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.
During this time of social distancing with COVID-19, Masonic Villages residents in nursing care and personal care areas may feel lonely or isolated from largely staying in their rooms and not being able to visit with their loved ones.
We welcome children, family members and anyone interested in showing they care to send cards, drawings and letters that can be shared with residents, especially those who have few family connections.
Placing Orders All orders are due by Friday, April 3, at 4 p.m. Pick up will be on Friday, April 10, between Noon - 4 p.m., in the Brossman Kitchen. Cash or check accepted. To place your order, please
WINGS: $9.50 per dozen Prepared by Masonic Village Catering, wings must be ordered by the dozen. Order includes celery and bleu cheese dressing for dipping. Choices of sauce include: hot, medium, mild, BBQ or sweet Thai chili. Wings may also
Leave the Cooking to Us! Holiday Meal Package Options (Serves 4 - 6 OR 8 - 10) Baked Ham with Brown Sugar Glaze OR Slow-Roasted Prime Rib Candied Sweet Potatoes OR Mashed Potatoes Pineapple Bread Stuffing Green Beans OR Corn
Resident Lin Jones believes his life has come full circle. He was born in the small, historic town of Star Junction, located in Fayette County. Now, he resides in the Star Points Building at Masonic Village at Sewickley. “I think
Leave the Cooking to Us! Thanksgiving Meal Package PACKAGE INCLUDES: 8 - 9 pound Turkey (serves 4 - 6) or 12 - 14 pound Turkey (serves 8 - 10) Mashed Potatoes Traditional Bread Dressing Turkey Gravy Corn or Green Beans
This year is a very special one for Masonic Village at Elizabethtown residents Carl and Evelyn Hackman, as it marks the 70th year of their marriage. Carl and Evelyn’s relationship started with a church youth group’s ice cream social …
Resident Pat Gibble, former marketing manager at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, has followed her own advice and returned to a place she always knew would be home.