Kind Neighbors Renovated and Painted a Retired Teacher’s House

Ann Glancy, an elderly New Jersey teacher, has been heavily fined by authorities. The reason for this is her house and land: the building and surroundings have fallen into disrepair, and the hostess could not afford to restore them to a decent appearance.

Ann has worked at the school for many years and is now enjoying a well deserved rest. The wife’s pension is not enough to repair the house and put the plot in order.

According to local laws, houses that spoil the appearance of the street are subject to a fine. Ann Glancy’s property has long been under the control of the authorities. Alas, Ann has no relatives who could help her.

Kind Neighbors Renovated and Painted a Retired Teacher's House

A couple from a neighboring house came to the rescue. Christine Polemus has long noticed a lonely woman whose house has fallen into disrepair.

She repeatedly offered all possible help, but was refused. When the situation became critical, Christine called her husband Adam and they got to work.

Kind Neighbors Renovated and Painted a Retired Teacher's House

Kristin and Adam diligently set about repairing a neighbor’s house. They spent there every summer weekend. Plus, they called their friends and loved ones, and things sped up!

By September, Ann’s house had been transformed: they had repaired the windows and the porch, tidying up the lawn and the trees on the site.

Help from neighbors benefited not only Ann’s house, but also herself. The woman established contact with her assistants.

Kind Neighbors Renovated and Painted a Retired Teacher's House

When authorities came to check the exterior of Glancy’s home, they simply did not recognize her. The fine has been lifted and Ann’s house now often hosts tea parties with new friends.

The work done was estimated by experts at around $10-15,000, but it was done for free by kind-hearted people.

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