In addition to running Meal on Wheels, a food pantry and a thrift shop, Colonial Neighborhood Council receives new requests for assistance daily. In an effort to “go green,” Masonic Villages is donating money saved on production costs of its Report to the Community to charitable organizations serving seniors across Pennsylvania. A $2,500 donation was made to the Colonial Neighborhood Council on behalf of the Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill.
The Christmas Gala is committed to helping senior adults in Bucks County year-round. In an effort to “go green,” Masonic Villages is donating money saved on production costs of its Report to the Community to charitable organizations serving seniors across Pennsylvania. A $2,000 donation was made to The Christmas Gala on behalf of the Masonic Village at Warminster.
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.
Walt and Margie celebrate 60 years of marriage on Nov. 23, 2017. Those 60 years have been filled with sidesplitting laughter, good stories and, most of all, unbreakable love.
When John Francis graduated high school in 1942, he had little doubt he would end up in the service, but he knew he also wanted an education.
Masonic Village resident Helen Mathias turns 100 years old this year! Born September 27, 1917 in Virginia, Helen and her family moved to Campbelltown, PA when she was three so her family could farm.
Jill Bucks has a lot of stories about her students, but as a professional, she won’t tell any of them. A resident of Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, Jill was a high school teacher for 28 years.
Catherine Plummer knows not everyone you call “family” is a blood relative – there are some friends who feel like more. This is the kind of relationship she has with her best friend, Dottie Heffner.
Russell Decker, a resident at the Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill, considers himself blessed. If he were to tell this to his 19-year-old self, he would’ve been looking into the wide eyes of a perplexed young man.
Bob and Chris Cassel have experienced the culture of 23 countries, all without leaving the comfort of their own home by hosting foreign guests through the Council of International Programs,