Volume LIVFebruary 2007Number 1

Masonic Village at Sewickley
The Popular Choice in Western PA

"Maybe I should wait until I am not as healthy!" Welcome to the biggest myth for retirees considering a move to a retirement community. As the popularity of retirement community living soars to an all-time high, it is always surprising to hear these words.

On the other side of that coin, as the Sewickley marketing team notes, it is not unusual to contact someone who had previously expressed an interest and is now suffering a health change that no longer allows him to make the move. This can happen at age 65 or at age 85.

The fact is that Masonic Village at Sewickley is now almost fully occupied or reserved. Residents are attending computer classes, traveling to concerts, the zoo and festivals, hosting lectures and of course gathering for social events. There is so much going on that one new resident almost canceled her winter pilgrimage to Florida feeling that she might miss too much.

There are numerous reasons why retirement communities have become such a popular option. Many residents have moved back to the Pittsburgh area from out of state. Some have moved across town or across the river. While their backgrounds vary, the village's residents share a lot of similarities.

Maintaining a home is no longer a desirable burden; protecting your financial and health future becomes a priority, and the idea of discovering meaningful friendships becomes very appealing. This is why retirement communities are developing long waiting lists. The Lifecare concept is why Masonic Village at Sewickley is leading the way in Western Pennsylvania.

If you have not toured the village, you owe it to yourself to experience the lifestyle everyone is talking about. Call us at (866) 872-0664 to schedule a personal tour or to make a reservation for our Lifecare Seminar on Feb. 20 at 10 a.m., or our Open House on March 29 at 10 a.m.

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