Volume LIVFebruary 2007Number 1

Masonic Village at Dallas
Now reserving for 2007 occupancy !

Late last year, future residents and friends of Masonic Village at Dallas gathered to celebrate the start of recent construction on the grounds of the Irem Country Club, following receipt of approval for its Planned Residential Development and conditional final plan approval from the local municipality of Dallas Township.

The Masonic Village at Dallas will be an active adult retirement community, with its first phase offering 45 apartments and 38 cottages featuring various floor plans. The master plan for the community includes future possible development of up to 222 additional retirement living accommodations, based on demand, as well as future enhancements to the country club buildings and grounds. The community's initial residents are expected to move into several of the first cottages in mid-January 2007 with completion of phase one anticipated in July 2007.

Retirement living residents will enjoy a dynamic lifestyle within a secure environment without all the worries of home maintenance responsibilities. Residents will not only gain access to the area's premier retirement community, but they also will have preferred access to designated health care facilities, as well as any of the Masonic Village health care facilities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Dallas community is also collaborating with area businesses and professionals to establish relationships to ensure every resident is afforded the opportunity for recreational, wellness, cultural, educational and social outreach programs.

Future residents who attended the luncheon, such as Bro. Bob and Anne Rebennack, shown to the right, received a groundbreaking photo taken with Ronald A. Aungst, Sr., R.W. Grand Master, and his wife, Norma, as a keepsake of this momentous occasion.

To learn more about Masonic Village
at Dallas, contact the Administrative
Office at (866) 851-4243.

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