Over the years, John Lebzelter has done everything from restoration tech to working on a cattle farm. On Oct. 13, 2017, he started his job as a maintenance mechanic in the turnover department at Masonic Village of Elizabethtown, where he continues to have that variety in his career.
Committed to serving their community through an annual service project, Masonic Village at Dallas residents are collecting donations for the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia.
Family traditions come in innumerable varieties, and the Schnabel family has turned retirement into a tradition: the last three generations have all come to live at Masonic Village.
For Todd Weitzel, administrative assistant at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, there’s nothing worse than reading a story and knowing what will happen next. His own adventurous life story has followed suit.
Although some say the best time to travel is when you’re young, members of the Masonic Village Travel Club know a secret: traveling, like wine, gets better with age.
Ornithologists agree that are about 10,000 species of birds in the world – but how many are there at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown? The Masonic Village Birders Club is aiming to find out.
Masonic Villages has partnered with K4Connect, a technology company focused on serving and empowering older adults and individuals living with disabilities, to bring the latest technology to residents’ fingertips.
Recent exploration of a long-unused building on campus unearthed a hidden treasure, one of historical significance to Masonic Village. In the abattoir, employees found a time capsule dating back to 1939.
The activist and writer Martin Luther King Jr. said life’s most urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” Judi Hindes has been asking that of herself her entire life.
At Masonic Villages, every day is Earth Day. Learn more about our efforts to protect our natural resources and enhance the well-being of our residents.