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Elizabethtown


Mission Statement Our caring communities and services assist individuals, families and children in realizing their potential and enjoying the highest possible quality of life through the traditions of Freemasonry.

Our Vision is to be a Center of Excellence. Our “Mission of Love” Values: Quality of Life Respect for the Individual Quality Service Outreach

Admissions Policy Let us know if you need language assistance. ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 1-717-367-1121. Admissions to the Masonic Villages are approved or disapproved primarily on the basis of need. Decisions concerning admission, the provision of services and referrals of residents are not based upon the applicant’s race, color, religion, disability, ancestry, national origin, familial status, age, sex, limited English proficiency (LEP) or any other protected status.

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Las admisiones a las Masonic Villages son aprobadas o desaprobadas principalmente sobre la base de la necesidad. Las decisiones relativas a la admisión, la prestación de servicios y las referencias de residentes no se basan en la raza, el color, la religión, la discapacidad, la ascendencia, el origen nacional, el estado familiar, la edad, el sexo, el dominio limitado del inglés o cualquier otro estado protegido del solicitante.


Lifestyle - Services, Smart Home Technology, Recreation & Amenities Options - Retirement Living Floor Plans: Rental Apartments, Entrance Fee Apartments and Entrance Fee Cottages Care & Support - Home Health, Home Care, Hospice, Clinical & Therapeutic Services, Short-Term Rehabilitation, Personal Care, Nursing Services & Memory Support Guide - Map, On-Site Community Services & Visitors’ Info


LIFESTYLE

Lifestyle Take time to rediscover YOU. Engage and explore. Expand your interests. Relax and unwind. Masonic Village will take care of the rest. Surrounding yourself with 1,400 acres of Lancaster County farmland amidst classic granite buildings, modern cottages, colorful gardens and glistening ponds makes it easy to leave your worries behind. Enjoy the seemingly infinite number of recreational, social, cultural, wellness and educational possibilities that await outside your door. With retirement living cottages, townhomes, apartments and studios to choose from, you’re sure to find your ideal home. Love cooking? Sauté away. Not your thing? Our chefs are sure to satisfy your taste buds. Like shoveling snow? Sorry, we insist on doing the heavy lifting. Looking for peace of mind? We’ve got that covered, too. Personal care, nursing, rehabilitation, home care and home health services are available on-site should you ever need them.

It’s time to

Enjoy Life Your Way!

Open for Everyone. The Masonic Villages also provide living options and other services in Dallas, Lafayette Hill, Sewickley and Warminster, Pa. While our not-forprofit villages are built upon and strengthened by Masonic values, our communities are committed to serving Masons and non-Masons alike.

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LIFESTYLE

Freedom Whether you envision yourself in a two-bedroom cottage or a studio apartment, you’ll find an option for your lifestyle and budget at Masonic Village. No matter what you decide, home maintenance will never be on your to-do list. It’s on our list. Instead, engage in dozens of clubs, amenities and wellness opportunities, or share your own unique interests with new friends.

Services included in the retirement living monthly service fee/rental fee: • Flexible dining plans (standard plan includes one meal/day) and dining dollars • Maintenance of furnished appliances • Interior and exterior home repairs and maintenance • Landscaping and grounds maintenance • Housekeeping twice a month • Housekeeping of common areas • Storage for apartments • Trash and snow removal • Water and sewer • Electric • Heat/air conditioning • Property taxes • Property insurance • On-campus security • Emergency call system • Scheduled transportation • Recreational and leisure programs - see the following pages • Access to Village Connect online portal (dining menus, campus updates, event calendars, games, photo/video sharing, etc.) • Access to health care services

Smart Home Technology We are expanding the availability of smart home technology and home automation options throughout our campus. Our staff can provide the latest updates based on your selected living option.

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In Your Backyard Easy access to the Amtrak train station near the main entrance of the campus makes traveling and commuting for work (or play) easy. Harrisburg International Airport is less than 15 miles from Masonic Village. Living in the heart of Pennsylvania (near Lancaster, Harrisburg, York, Lebanon and Hershey) puts you at the center of it all. Located just across the street, the Masonic Conference Center offers a state-of-the-art multimedia center, chapel, outdoor sports fields, tennis courts and a large indoor swimming pool, which can be used for aquatic classes, swim lessons and recreational swimming.

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LIFESTYLE

Recreation Fun & Fitness Break a sweat at the wellness center, fitness classes, bocce court, pickleball and tennis courts, putting green, nearby golf courses, or on more than nine miles of walking paths. Take a dip in one of our indoor or outdoor pools or spa.

Hobbies & Clubs Challenge and enjoy yourself with the art studio, astronomy club, billiards, book club, bowling league, ceramics rooms, community outings, computer classes, creative arts classes, quilting club, games and cards, gardening, musical groups, amateur radio club, model airplane club, model railroad club, Penn State club, photography club, travel club, state-of-the-art woodshop, writing group and more.

Services & Amenities Run errands without running thanks to a bank, convenience stores, farm market, gift shops, hair salons, dental clinic, pharmacy, mail service and libraries located throughout campus. Take part in stimulating courses through nearby Elizabethtown College, intergenerational and lifelong learning programs and volunteer opportunities. Nurture your spirit with Bible studies and spiritual care services, and join our Sell Chapel Congregation and choirs. Kick back and relax with live entertainment, performances and movies in the auditorium, ballrooms and assembly rooms. Take in the beauty of the duck and fishing ponds, Formal Gardens and Veterans Grove. Keep up-to-date on campus news and events with the monthly Village Living publication and the Village Connect online portal.

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LIFESTYLE

Gather Around Convenience & Good Company Meet with friends in the Freemasons Cultural Center to enjoy a concert or movie, pick up a paintbrush or grab lunch. The center comprises the Brossman Ballroom, Deike Auditorium, Baird Wellness Center, Lodge Multipurpose Room, Masonic Lodge, museum displays, art studio/gallery, recreation areas, café and Visitors Center. A one-stop shop, the Buchanan Clubhouse features a restaurant and café, assembly room, branch bank, Clubhouse Market, mail room, hair salon, creative arts room, library and lounge. The centrally located Grand Lodge Hall encompasses a majestic restaurant and café, outdoor terrace for dining and entertainment, tavern, assembly room, lounges, salon and spa, post office, recreation centers, art studio, billiards, multimedia lifelong learning center, library and Village Gift Shoppe.

On the Menu Whatever pleases your palate, you’re sure to find it at one of our eight venues: three restaurants, four cafés and a tavern. A seasonal outdoor venue is open during warmer months. Each dining venue offers a unique menu and atmosphere, from fine dining with full service to fast casual counter service. Chefs prepare daily dishes, plan special events and pride themselves on satisfying a variety of tastes. Surround yourself with friends, find a quiet corner to relax or request take-out, delivery to your home or private catering for an event.

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Options You’re ready to move. What’s next? Choose from a variety of retirement living rental and entrance fee plans. Residences range from charming apartments with modern updates to brand new cottages.

OPTIONS

Rental plan options are highlighted on the next pages. Entrance fee plans vary from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedroom cottages with a den and basement (see a sampling of floor plans on pages 14-17). All drawings are approximate. Ask our Sales & Marketing staff for floor plans of each option available. For personal care and nursing services, turn to the Care & Support tab.

7 Things to Know 1. Anyone age 60 and older may apply. For couples, one person needs to be age 60 and the other at least age 55. Anyone age 55 and older may sign up for the priority waiting list. For additional requirements, please contact the Sales & Marketing Office. 2. Moves average approximately three months, and Masonic Village has various resources to assist you. 3. We know your pets are part of your family, so you may bring up to two into your new home. We’ll provide specific guidelines based on your preferred living option. 4. Masonic Village has a designated parking area for your RV/motor home or boat at no additional charge, so you can keep exploring. 5. Residents who are able to ride without assistance may use our shuttle service for transportation throughout the campus and local community. We also offer transportation to off-campus appointments for a nominal charge. 6. Masonic Village provides support to most eligible individuals who may no longer be able to afford their services at some point in the future for reasons beyond their control. Our staff can provide specific guidelines. 7. All residents receive preferred access to the Masonic Health Care Center on a fee-for-service basis depending on specific medical condition(s).

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Rental Apartments

Rental apartments at Masonic Village offer the right amount of space for a variety of budgets. For one convenient monthly fee, we’ll handle maintenance and housekeeping, while you enjoy walking paths, pools, clubs, entertainment, dining with friends, spiritual and volunteer opportunities and much more. There are no entrance fees. Rental apartments are located throughout campus in the Allegheny, Daman, Dauphin, Kuhlemeier, Lancaster, Levis, McKee North, McKee South, Brown, Village, Louis Eisenlohr, Charles Eisenlohr, Smith North and Smith South buildings. Each living option varies in size and includes wall-to-wall carpeting, sheer curtains, emergency call system, smoke detector and individually-controlled thermostats. Every building provides washers and dryers.

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OPTIONS

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All drawings are approximate. Floor plans available upon request.

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Apartments Entrance Fee Plan

Masonic Village features more than 20 different entrance fee apartment floor plans, ranging in size from 688 sq. ft. to 1,650 sq. ft., with varying features.

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Cottage Entrance Fee Plan

Masonic Village features more than 18 different entrance fee cottage floor plans, ranging in size from 1,325 sq. ft. to 4,000 sq. ft. of living space, with varying features including two-car garages and basements. Cottage #3 2,345 Gross Sq. Ft. Living Space: 1,979 Sq. Ft. Porch and Garage: 366 Sq. Ft.

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Cottage #10 1,944 Gross Sq. Ft. Living Space: 1,543 Sq. Ft. Garage & Mechanical Room: 401 Sq. Ft.

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At-Home Care Home Health Services offer a range of services if you need care following an injury, illness or posthospitalization recovery, in your home. Services may include skilled nursing; physical, occupational and speech therapy; medical social work; the assistance of a home health aide; disease and pain management; blood sugar and blood pressure monitoring; and more. Home health is a benefit covered by Medicare and many other insurances. Home Care Services are non-medical and focus on assisting with activities of daily living, meal preparation, household services, errands, medication reminders, transportation and other individualized services in the comfort of your home. They are available whether you need some assistance after an injury or illness, or need a companion while your spouse runs errands. These services are not covered by Medicare and are paid privately.

Hospice Services Hospice has a special way of caring for patients with a limited life expectancy in the comfort of their homes. Services focus on the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones. Our hospice staff promote comfort and self determination, enabling patients and their families to participate in making decisions about their end-of-life care. Services include: • • • • • •

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Specially trained nurses Certified hospice aides Pain control and symptom management Medical director trained in palliative care 24-hour on-call support Medical social work services

• Non-pharmaceutical interventions such as massage, Healing Touch™, pet therapy, music therapy and aromatherapy • Volunteer respite care for caregivers • Spiritual support by inter-faith chaplains • Bereavement support

Home Health, Home Care and Hospice Services and the Transitional Care Unit and Adult Daily Living Center are available for Masonic Village residents and local community members. See contact information on the folder flap.


Support On-Site Clinical & Therapeutic Services A full range of services provide you the convenience of receiving specialized care, on a fee-for-service basis, without leaving Masonic Village’s campus. • Adult Daily Living Center • Audiology • Behavioral health • Dental clinic • Home care • Home health

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Hospice Laboratory Occupational therapy Ophthalmology/ Optometry • Orthopedic • Pharmacy

• Physical therapy • Podiatry • Speech language pathology • Therapy pool

The new Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic offers physical, occupational and speech therapy. The Pharmacy is located in the Sycamore Square Marketplace at the front of the campus and also provides delivery services. Lancaster General Health Physicians Family Medicine, also located in Sycamore Square Marketplace, provides physician and nurse practitioner services.

CARE & SUPPORT

The Adult Daily Living Center on campus is ideal for individuals diagnosed with cognitive and memory issues who need structure and support during the day, but prefer to remain living in their home. Services include nutritious meals and recreational and social opportunities.

Transitional Care Unit for Short-term Rehabilitation If and when you need help getting back on your feet, our professional staff, state-of-the-art therapy equipment and comfortable accommodations will help you on your road to recovery. Our goal is to return you to your home on or off campus as soon as possible. Short-term rehabilitation can help you recover from: • Orthopedic conditions - hip fracture, total joint replacement, amputation • Cardiac events - congestive heart failure, heart attack, coronary artery bypass grafting

• Diabetes complications • Infections • Pain management and wound care • Respiratory conditions • Strokes

From the day you arrive, treatment is intensive. Under a physician’s direction, a team of physical, occupational, speech and recreational therapists; nurses; care managers; and social workers devise a personalized program with you based on your needs and goals. 19


PERSONAL CARE With the right amount of assistance, you’re free to explore your hobbies and interests, and enjoy entertainment, gardening, creative arts, music therapy, spiritual services, wellness and lifelong learning programs, visiting pets and more. Shuttles transport you around campus and on monthly outings, including trips to shopping centers and restaurants. Relax in your comfortable suite featuring attractive furnishings and plenty of space for your personal mementos. Personal and professional staff provide for your needs and enhance your life.

Services included in the basic monthly service fee*: • Three meals daily in the Terrace View dining room • Weekly housekeeping services • All utilities (except telephone and cable) • On-campus shuttle transportation (for those able to travel without assistance)

• Recreational opportunities and social events • Limited assistance with personal hygiene, bathing, dressing and activities of daily living • Medication administration • Assistance available 24 hours a day *Additional charges may apply for greater care needs

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The Eden Alternative® philosophy promotes active and caring environments which encourage self-worth, camaraderie and excitement for residents and employees. Companion pets bring daily variety and spontaneity. Children and volunteers visit regularly, giving you the opportunity to build meaningful relationships. See the difference it makes every day at Masonic Village!


Care NURSING SERVICES Surrounded by caring and supportive staff, receive the full assistance you need and the loving attention you deserve. Nursing, therapeutic recreation, social services, spiritual care, music therapy, housekeeping, dining services and maintenance personnel grow to know you and your family. Choose from an array of events and programs each day. Maintain a garden in a raised bed, or take part in fitness classes. Explore your creativity with ceramics, or reminisce and engage with music therapy. Take a trip to a local restaurant, enjoy a visiting entertainer or attend a worship service. Visit with the birds and fish located throughout the Masonic Health Care Center, or spend time with children from the nearby child care center during intergenerational programs. Around-the-clock nursing care within intimate neighborhoods offers you peace of mind so you can enjoy your life to the fullest. Each neighborhood features its own common living area, spacious kitchen and dining area, pantry and family room.

CARE & SUPPORT

Memory Support Those with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias receive personalized care in three neighborhoods tailored to maintain each individual’s dignity and respect within a secure environment. The two Lafayette neighborhoods are divided into higher and lower functioning areas so staff can target programs to meet the needs of each resident. Both neighborhoods include a recreation area, spacious kitchen and dining area, pantry and family room. Outdoor courtyards enhance therapeutic recreation and sensory stimulation and inspire memories. The Garden Path neighborhood provides careful, loving attention for those with end-stage dementia requiring more extensive to total assistance.

Financial Assistance The Masonic Health Care Center is Medicare- and Medicaid-approved. Generous donations enable Masonic Village to provide services to most eligible individuals regardless of your financial means. It is expected your financial resources will be preserved for the cost of your care and services, and our staff will help you apply for all available financial assistance when needed. 21


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On-Site Community Services

Adult Daily Living Center: The center provides day services within a caring environment for adults diagnosed with cognitive and memory issues. Please see the Care & Support tab for additional information. Baird Wellness Center: This center provides services to residents, staff and volunteers of Masonic Village, as well as community members. It offers group fitness and aquatics classes, personal training, pool memberships and massage therapy. Bleiler Caring Cottage: Up to eight adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities reside in this cottage, where support services enable them to reach their potential and enjoy independence. Congregation of Sell Chapel: This non-denominational congregation meets in the John S. Sell Memorial Chapel on campus and invites Masonic Village residents and community members to worship with them. The congregation’s outreach ministry responds to a variety of individual needs and to the community at large. Farm Market: Find a variety of seasonal produce, including apples, peaches and cherries at the Farm Market, which is open year-round. Choose from products such as applesauce, preserves, soup mixes, salsa, fruit butters and more! View the catalog and store hours at MVFarmMarket.com. Home Health, Home Care and Hospice Services: Please see the Care & Support tab for additional information. Masonic Children’s Home: Since 1913, thousands of children have received care and guidance through the generosity of Freemasonry. Up to 40 youth live in five cottages on campus. It is an ideal home for children from various socioeconomic environments that do not provide the security and support necessary for healthy growth and development.

Three Loaves Café Hours Located in the Freemasons Cultural Center. Open daily for residents, employees and visitors. 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Village Café Hours Located in the Washington Building of the Masonic Health Care Center. Open daily for residents, employees and visitors. 7 - 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 - 6 p.m.

Orchard View Café Located at the Masonic Village Farm Market. Offering sandwiches and hand-dipped ice cream. Hours vary seasonally. Visit MVFarmMarket.com for details.

Tour Hours Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - noon & 1 - 4 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. For a tour of the Freemasons Cultural Center, stop by the Visitors Center on the ground floor. Groups are encouraged to call 717-367-1121, ext. 33151, in advance. For tours of apartments, townhomes or cottages, please call the Sales & Marketing Office.

Sunday Worship Services 8:15 a.m. & 10 a.m. in Sell Chapel 2 p.m. in the Roosevelt Assembly Room (Masonic Health Care Center) Services are performed by request in the Carpenter Chapel (Masonic Conference Center)

Outreach Program: Individuals and families throughout the United States can receive free information, direction and education. Outreach provides referrals and home assistance and operates a durable medical equipment loan closet.

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Transitional Care Unit for short-term rehabilitation: Please see the Care & Support tab for additional information. Volunteer Services: Community, youth and resident volunteers are invaluable to Masonic Village’s mission. Through their selfless dedication of time and effort, they further the holistic concept of caring for our residents.

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Retirement Living Application & Priority List Process For personal care, nursing and other services, see contact information on reverse side. STEP 1: Contact the Sales & Marketing Office to schedule an appointment and personal tour. STEP 2: Following the reservation of your apartment, townhome or cottage, we’ll provide you with an application to complete and return within 14 days. STEP 3: Within seven days of receiving your application, we’ll follow up with any additional questions and/or recommendations. STEP 4: Upon approval of your application, we’ll send a copy of the resident agreement for you to review, sign and return within two weeks. Entrance fee plan - Upon signing the resident agreement, 10% of the entrance fee (minus the application deposit) is payable on your reserved accommodation. If you decide not to continue with the application process, we’ll refund your 10% payment (minus the application deposit) following a 7-day rescission period. Within 90 days of signing the resident agreement, or upon occupancy, whichever is sooner, the balance of the entrance fee is due. Within 60 days, or upon occupancy, whichever is sooner, the first monthly service fee is due. Rental plan - The balance of the first month’s rent is due when you sign the resident agreement. If you’d like to plan for the future, you can submit an application for our priority list.

Priority List Applications Entrance fee priority list - Include a $1,000 deposit to place your name on this list. Rental plan priority list - Include a $200 deposit to place your name on this list. If you choose to place your name on more than one list, include each applicable deposit. All deposits will be credited to your application deposit when you apply for a retirement living accommodation. We’ll notify you when your preferred living option is available, at which point an additional deposit is due for the entrance fee plan, but not the rental plan.

CONTACTS

Sales & Marketing

Retirement Living 717-361-5534 or toll-free 1-800-676-6452 MVEmarketing@masonicvillages.org Personal Care and Nursing Services 717-361-4552 or toll-free 1-800-422-1207 MVEadmissions@masonicvillages.org Adult Daily Living Center 717-361-5353 or ADLC@masonicvillages.org Baird Wellness Center 717-361-5699 or BWC@masonicvillages.org Bleiler Caring Cottage 717-361-5080 or toll-free 1-800-462-7664 BCCottage@masonicvillages.org Executive Director’s Office 717-367-1121, ext. 33139 Farm Market 717-361-4520 FarmMarket@masonicvillages.org Home Care Services 717-367-1121, ext. 33700 HomeCare@masonicvillages.org Home Health Services 717-361-4050 MVEHomeHealth@masonicvillages.org Hospice Services 717-367-1121, ext. 18449 MVHospice@masonicvillages.org Office of Gift Planning 717-367-1121, ext. 33437 or 1-800-599-6454 Giving@masonicvillages.org Outreach Program 717-361-5080 or toll-free 1-800-462-7664 Outreach@masonicvillages.org Pharmacy 717-361-5599 MVPharmacy@masonicvillages.org Transitional Care Unit for short-term rehab 717-361-4552 or toll-free 1-800-422-1207 MVEadmissions@masonicvillages.org Volunteer Services 717-367-1121, ext. 33175 or MVEvolunteers@masonicvillages.org


Directions to Masonic Village From the North: Take I-83 South to I-283 South. Take the last exit off this road, before entering the Turnpike, onto Route 283 East toward Lancaster. Travel east on Route 283 for approximately 11 miles to the Elizabethtown/Hershey exit. Take Route 743 South. Turn left onto Route 230. Turn right onto High Street. Continue one mile, pass under the railroad bridge and turn left onto Masonic Drive. Continue to Masonic Village’s entrance, and follow directional signs. From Hershey: Take Route 743 South. Turn left onto Route 230. Turn right onto High Street. Continue one mile, pass under the railroad bridge and turn left onto Masonic Drive. Continue to the Masonic Village entrance, and follow directional signs. From the PA Turnpike Traveling East: Take Exit 247. Follow Route 283 East to the Elizabethtown/Hershey exit. Take Route 743 South. Turn left onto Route 230. Turn right onto High Street. Continue one mile, pass under the railroad bridge and turn left onto Masonic Drive. Continue to the Masonic Village entrance, and follow directional signs. From the PA Turnpike Traveling West: Take Exit 286. Follow Route 222 South to Route 30 West. Follow signs onto Route 283 West and continue to the Elizabethtown/Rheems exit. Turn left onto Cloverleaf Road. Turn right onto Route 230. Turn left onto West Bainbridge Street. Continue one mile, pass under the railroad bridge and turn right onto Masonic Drive. Continue to the Masonic Village entrance, and follow directional signs. From Lancaster: Take Route 283 West to the Elizabethtown/ Rheems exit. Turn left onto Cloverleaf Road. Turn right onto Route 230 West. Turn left onto West Bainbridge Street. Continue one mile, pass under the railroad bridge and turn right onto Masonic Drive. Continue to the Masonic Village entrance, and follow directional signs. From York: Take Route 30 East to the Columbia exit. Take Route 441 North to Bainbridge. Turn right onto Route 241. After approximately four miles, turn left onto Shrine Road. Proceed to the Formal Gardens, turn right and follow directional signs. We are only minutes from Harrisburg International Airport and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Elizabethtown’s Amtrak Train Station sits adjacent to Masonic Village.

Masonic Village is a smoke-free community.

One Masonic Drive Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-1121 MasonicVillages.org

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