Grand Master, Future Elizabethtown Residents Gather for Groundbreaking and Get-to-Know-You Luncheon


On June 3, 2004, William Slater II, R.W.G.M. joined more than 145 future residents who plan to move into new retirement living cottages at the Masonic Villages at Elizabethtown for a garden lunch. The day's events included an informal groundbreaking adjacent to the construction site with Grand Master Slater; Joseph E. Murphy, Chief Executive Officer; Masonic Village staff; and future residents.

The first 18 cottages are anticipated to be completed and ready for occupancy in November, The remaining 84 cottages will be completed throughout 2005 and early 2006.

If you would rather take in an exercise class, enjoy four star dining experiences, join the Walking Club and enjoy a peaceful stroll on walking paths through the woods, spend your mornings in the woodworking shop or the craft room, or catch a bus heading for a luncheon cruise or the Washington National Cathedral instead of cleaning your house, mowing your lawn or mulching and planting flowers, then perhaps Retirement Living is right for you!

This active lifestyle affords you convenience, comfort and peace of mind. You have the opportunity to participate in formal and/or informal activities while developing new friendships, as well as having the time to enjoy old friends.

Questions typically posed to visitors from our residents living the "good life" range from, "Why would you not want to live at Retirement Living at Masonic Villages?" to, "Why would you not be ready for the lifestyle you deserve?"

Discover for yourself what residents already know and are experiencing since they made their decision to move to Retirement Living at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. Don't wait any longer...get on the Priority (waiting) List today! Send in the coupon or call us today to set up your own personal tour.

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