Kay Dunwoody’s father, Robert Batdorf, has not been receiving personal care services at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown for very long – only about a month – but he’s already made himself at home.
Dorothy Gale, of the classic American book and movie The Wizard of Oz, is famous for saying, “There’s no place like home!” This quote explains the popularity of “aging in place.”
Americans live in a culture of stuff, often buying in bulk and filling up basements, closets and self-storage facilities (a $22 billion industry), but Masonic Villages provides residents with spacious living options.
According to U.S News & World Report, two of the top 10 best places to retire in 2018 include Lancaster and Pittsburgh. Residents of the Masonic Villages at Elizabethtown and Sewickley agree..
The Masonic Village at Dallas currently has two-bedroom apartments available now. Move into your new home in time for the change of seasons!
To those who never heard the term “sandwich generation,” it may seem like a food craze buzzword. In reality, the “sandwich generation” has nothing to do with food (or a craze).
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Currently residents of Montoursville, Pa., Mike and Jamie are looking forward to moving into their new cottage at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown in March 2018.
Earlier this spring, Masonic Village at Elizabethtown broke ground on a new 72-cottage neighborhood. These homes will offer a variety of living options and a maintenance-free lifestyle.
The impact of snow, or any inclement weather, on maintenance-free living, as enjoyed by residents of the Masonic Villages, could be summed up in two words: not much.