Volume LIIIMay 2006Number 2

Masonic Villages News

Our Advisory Councils Need YOU!

Interested in making a difference in the lives of others? Our Masonic Villages offer many opportunities, such as serving on an advisory council at Lafayette Hill, Sewickley or Warminster.

The advisory councils are comprised of up to 21 members, who each serve a term of three years. Their purpose is to serve as the community liaison body between the Masonic Village and the community served and provide recommendations regarding program concerns and development to the executive director or administrator. The council should promote quality services, assist in assuring the facilities' financial development and promote the mission of the Masonic Villages. They provide wonderful services and benefits to our residents, including planning fundraisers and resident activities and managing the gift shops and library at some of the locations.

The advisory council at the Masonic Village at Warminster was formed in 1998 and meets the third Wednesday of every odd-numbered month at 7 p.m., with the exception of January and March when they meet on the third Saturday at 10 a.m. For information, please contact Anne Maher at (215) 672-2500.

The Masonic Village at Sewickley's advisory council formed in January 1998. Although the council membership is currently full, please call Cindy Stefl at (412) 741-1400 if you have an interest in serving in the future.

Our newest advisory council at the Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill was formed in January 2005 and meets on a Wednesday evening quarterly. If you are interested in serving, please call Adrienne Staudenmayer at (610) 825-6100.


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