Masonic Village at Elizabethtown has over 30 resident clubs. Thanks to residents George Lyter, John Reitz and Carl Wolfe, they’ve gained another one, the Auto/Hobby Club.
Just like her husband’s distant relative, the abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock, Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Evelyn Pollock isn’t afraid of color.
The pandemic pet boom, which hit its peak during quarantine, may have waned, but many animals still need homes. Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Carolyn Pike helped prepare three foster kittens for their permanent homes, caring for them for six weeks.
Moving to a senior living community is a big decision during normal circumstances. You may assume now is not a good time to make this transition in your life, but a move to Masonic Villages could help alleviate current worries, as well as future ones.
While she was initially treated in a hospital, Marjorie credits staff and her neighbors at Masonic Village, as well as her husband, for her quick recovery.
As rated by residents and families, the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown has been recognized as the “Best of” senior living.
David and Janice Rohrbach feel privileged to live at Masonic Village. Thanks to helpful staff, moving during a pandemic was made simple and safe.
Masonic Village at Elizabethtown received the Pinnacle Award and Beacon Award for successfully fostering a wellness-centered environment.
You can never start planning for long term care for yourself or a loved one too soon. Know your options.
Although they sound very similar, Medicare and Medicaid are very different services.