Volume LIVAugust 2007Number 3

Masonic Village at Erie

The pre-marketing presentations for a potential Masonic Village at Erie have yielded a great response from individuals who have expressed a strong interest in becoming future residents of the community, should it become a reality. Based on this feedback, the Masonic Village will proceed to the next step, which will include requesting prospective residents to select the type of cottage or apartment they are interested in, and to submit a deposit on that unit.

The Masonic Village at Erie is ideally located within five miles of numerous recreational venues, including Lake Erie, Edinboro University, Erie Zoo, the Warren Theatre, Erie Art Museum, Millcreek Mall, Jerry Uht Ballpark and Tulio Arena.

On campus, the Zem Zem Shrine Center could be renovated to provide additional services for Zem Zem members and residents of the Masonic Village at Erie, including a Clubhouse featuring amenities such as an event hall, dining room, bistro, lounge, fitness center, library, ceramics and art rooms, hair care studios, convenience store, meeting rooms and administrative offices. The Masonic Villages will negotiate preferred provider agreements with local healthcare providers to ensure residents access to quality services either in the Erie area or at any other Masonic Village in Pennsylvania.

If you have not yet heard about this spectacular new community proposed to be built on the beautiful 46-acre Zem Zem Shrine campus, make plans today to attend an upcoming presentation by completing and mailing the coupon below indicating which date you would like to attend. Or, to place your name on a list for information to be mailed to you, call toll-free (800) 676-6452.

The presentations will be held at the Zem Zem Shrine Center, 2525 West 38th Street, Erie, PA 16506. Presentations will be held at 10 a.m., followed by a luncheon.

Mail coupon to:
Marketing office
Masonic Village
One Masonic Drive
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
or call toll-free (800) 676-6452

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