Volume LVIIIMay 2011Number 2

Masonic Village at Warminster
Where Caring is a Tradition

The Masonic Village at Warminster's Masonic Eastern Star Home provides residents with comfort, companionship and a life of dignity and security. The staff is dedicated to providing each resident a gratifying lifestyle while accommodating individual needs.

Offering quality nursing care and personal care services, the mission of the Masonic Village at Warminster includes serving individuals in Philadelphia County who are day-one Medicaid recipients.

For a tour or for more information, call (215) 672-2500, or e-mail. 850 Norristown Road · Warminster, PA 18974
Autumn Day 2011

Mark Your Calendar
Saturday, September 17

PA Masons Reunite in Florida

Approximately 625 people attended the Florida Masonic Reunions held in March in Tampa, Sarasota and Palm Beach Gardens. Pennsylvania Masons, their wives and widows who reside permanently in Florida or who visit there during the winter months were invited to receive information on services provided at the Masonic Villages. R.W. Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon presented eligible members in attendance with their years of service emblems and awards.

Left: Bro. Richard H. Cherry, Lodge No. 9, Philadelphia, received his 60-Year Masonic Service Emblem from R.W. Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon and R.W. Past Grand Master William Slater II. Bro. Cherry and his wife, Theresa, are residents at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. Right: The only Pennsylvania Mason who received his 70-Year Masonic Service Award during the reunions was Bro. Harvey L. Noyes, Fraternal Lodge No. 483, Rouseville, who attended the Sarasota event with his wife, Lorena.

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