Diveristy in Friendship
by Antone R.E. Pierucci
a room of one's own
Meet Gene Goodman, artist. She recently moved to Acacia Creek and took up painting as a form of physical therapy. And once she started, she found it impossible to stop. Now, her apartment has transformed into a space that is at once an art studio and gallery – and is 100% her own.
MAKE YOUR LIFE A MASTERPIECE
At our nonprofit continuing care retirement community located adjacent to the Masonic Home at Union City, aging successfully is what it’s all about. This Certified Center for Successful Aging continues to receive accolades for its emphasis on all four components of health: physical, mental, social, and spiritual. By actively working to improve themselves and their campus on a daily basis, Acacia Creek residents are redefining what it means to age.
AGE SUCCESSFULLY WITH US!
Call now to tour our spacious, light-filled apartments and villas, and learn how we live – and age – with vitality. Masons, wives, and widows receive a 10% discount on monthly fees and entrance fees.
call: (877) 902-7555
RCFE #015601302 | COA #246
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From Ferndale to Big Bear, California’s small-town Masonic lodges have their own unique character—and offer a model for community involvement.
When fire threatened their community, members of Kern River Valley No. 827 turned to their greatest asset to provide Masonic relief.