Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Lancaster County has always been a popular retirement destination thanks to the low cost of living, beautiful scenery, great arts and entertainment, vibrant downtown and high quality health care. But a recent U.S. News & World Report placed Lancaster second in the nation in its ranking of the 2018 Best Places to Retire in the […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • An amazing example of a Life Lived Forward, Willow Valley Communities’ resident Dale Johnson is riding a bike across  the country for a cause and helping people along the way. We asked him to slow down just long enough to fill us in on his current adventure. Dale is now at the halfway point on […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • We are excited to announce that Lancaster, Pennsylvania was named #2 on the list of best places to retire. That’s according to US News and World Report which recently released rankings of the best places to retire in the nation.  Lancaster is steeped in history with “many historic sites including Wheatland, home of the 15th […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Can you keep it healthy at the tailgate party or football-watching bash? Yes! Football season is back! And the return of America’s most popular sport means the return of many beloved traditions – including lots of fried and fatty meats washed down with calorie-laden drinks. But just because it’s football season doesn’t mean you have […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • When Peggy Thomas meets someone new, one of the first things she shares is her love for the ukulele. It was 1949 and Peggy was spending summer at home after her first year at college. Her father taught Peggy how to play the ukulele that year. Peggy was always musical and always loved to sing, […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • One of the hallmarks of Willow Valley Communities’ residents is their generosity. In 2017, this generosity manifested in $77,100 awarded in 46 scholarships for higher education through our Team Member Education Fund. The Willow Valley Team Member Education Fund and committee were created in 2008, with a mission to provide financial support in the form […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Music is key for learning STEM skills, but it is also the key to happiness, as I witnessed the other day. I had the opportunity to accompany Music Mentor Ginny Young to Carter and MacRae Elementary School for a photoshoot with some students.  Music teacher Matt Pavelko arranged for 5th grader Devon to stay late […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • We were recently honored to be named Lancaster’s favorite Senior Living Community and a favorite Personal Care Community in Lancaster Newspaper’s Readers’ Choice 2017. We thank you and are grateful to everyone who voted for us. For over 30 years, Willow  Valley Communities has been helping seniors pursue exceptional lives. Our mission is to inspire […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • It’s the end of August and once again time for schools to re-open. In the spirit of giving back to our community, Willow Valley Communities is helping to ensure that each child will have what they need in the way of footwear. This is the 7th year that our Willow Valley Communities Outreach Committee, a joint […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Reflections on the many rolls of one prominent Willow Valley Resident. Haddon W. Robinson, Ph.D., is a resident of Willow Valley Communities, but his influence is felt worldwide as he is a well-known and well-respected preacher, teacher, author and communicator of God’s Word. When he was just a teenager, Robinson wrote in his journal, “I […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • As part of The Vietnam Project, Willow Valley Communities is excited to host a one hour premiere of The Vietnam War, a film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick The public is invited on August 16 at 5:30 pm to attend the screening of this landmark film at our Cultural Center Theater, 900 Willow Valley […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • WGAL News8 coverage of Willow Valley resident Janet Rushmere's impressive cross-country swim. Janet Rushmere began swimming at the age of five. Her father was a swim coach at the University of Delaware and encouraged her to swim. She loved to swim in the ocean. She then swam competitively on a team for around 30 years. At some point she gave up the sport. Around three years ago she moved into Wil...

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • WPMT Fox43 coverage of Willow Valley resident Janet Rushmere's impressive cross-country swim. Janet Rushmere began swimming at the age of five. Her father was a swim coach at the University of Delaware and encouraged her to swim. She loved to swim in the ocean. She then swam competitively on a team for around 30 years. At some point she gave up the sport. Around three years ago she moved into Wi...

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Silk painting artist Richard Aldorasi gives a Silk Scarf Painting Workshop at Willow Valley Communities. This classic marbling technique that makes one-of-a-kind art scarves is called 'Ebru'. Residents who took the class each created their own scarf by taking a print from ink floating on water. Check out the beautiful results!

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Introducing “Chautauqua Hall,” the new grand gathering space on our Manor Campus. This beautiful addition to the Willow Valley Communities landscape is sure to be a place of fun, friends, music, entertainment, great food, and more. With a name as unique as the building itself, it’s easy to wonder what the meaning might be. “Chautauqua” […]

Willow Valley Communities
Willow Valley Communities
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  • Charlie Haughey is a retired carpenter who served a tour of duty with the Army 25th Infantry division in Vietnam from 1968 – 1969. While stationed there, he captured nearly 3,000 photographs, and brought the negatives and slides home to Michigan once discharged. He put the photos in boxes for nearly 45 years before a […]

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