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Led by Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Sonja Alcon, youth at the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania sorted through plastic caps and lids collected by the local community to send to Green Tree Plastics- ABC Partnership, in Evansville, Illinois. The company makes benches out of the recycled plastics for elementary schools.

Sonja is a mentor for the program and said the efforts will provide Bainbridge Elementary School, Elizabethtown Area School District, with two "buddy benches" for their playground. Students can sit on buddy benches if they are looking for another student to come play with them.

"The purpose of this is to explain to young people the importance of recycling and the importance of buddy benches for children," Sonja said. "It's wonderful how many Bainbridge school parents and children have become involved."
One of our very own Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania youth was recently featured in LNP + LancasterOnline. Read the article below!
Brother Mark Kurzenknabe, Robert Burns Lodge No. 464, Harrisburg, was promoted to Director of Children's Services, Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania, after Ginny Migrala's recent retirement. Brother Carl Tarbell, Rising Sun Lodge No. 15, The Grand Lodge of New Jersey Free & Accepted Masons, also accepted the Executive Director position at Masonic Villages' Lafayette Hill campus, replacing Adrienne Staudenmayer, the new COO after Brother Ray Tierney's Dec. 31 retirement.
Join us in congratulating these brethren on their new roles within our Masonic charities, and wishing Brother Ray the best!
Ginny Migrala, director of the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania, retires tomorrow after 42 years of service. She began at the children's home as a house parent and became the program director in 2007. Share your congratulations and well-wishes for her below!
Since September is Intergeneration Month, we're missing our intergenerational programs a little more than we have the past couple months. Masonic Villages provides many opportunities for intergenerational interactions: the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania, onsite childcare centers, school visits, youth volunteer programs, job opportunities, internships and clinical experiences for students and more. Learn more about these programs below. https://issuu.com/pr263/docs/villagevoice_winter19
National Sojourners - Benjamin Franklin Chapter No. 16, Philadelphia, and Harrisburg Chapter No. 76, including several of its members, were recognized for their local and national contributions to the order at the Sojourners’ virtual annual convention event.
Brother Jack Heinze, Brownstone Lodge No. 666 Free & Accepted Masons, Hershey, received the Horton-Tourtillott Plaque for having done the most to further the National Sojourners' Americanism Program. A 21-year member, Brother Jack has increased the chapter’s sponsorship of students attending the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge Youth Leadership Camp (including some Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania youth), grown the chapter’s support of college and high school ROTC and JROTC programs and enhanced recognition of veterans and veterans-related holidays at Masonic Villages' Elizabethtown location through the Veterans’ Committee.
Presidential Citations, issued for a specific act or acts outside their assigned duties which contributed to an exceptional degree to accomplishing the purposes of National Sojourners, were issued to the following brethren: Thomas Gordon, Harrisburg-Snyder Lodge No. 629, Harrisburg (U.S. Army); Jack Heinze, Brownstone Lodge No. 666 (Army); Bryan L. Hill, Barger Lodge No. 325, F. & A. M., Stroudsburg (Army); Benjamin Hoenich (Army) and Fred Kaylor (Army), Abraham C. Treichler Lodge No. 682, F&AM; Glenn Kurzenknabe, Robert Burns Lodge No. 464, Harrisburg (United States Air Force); Craig Lady, Brownstone Lodge No. 666 (Air Force); Alan Saylor, Abraham C. Treichler Lodge No. 682 (U.S. Navy); Michael Wertz, Lodge No. 62, West Reading (Army); David Willmann (Navy); Winton E. Hewitt (Navy); and Kenneth Womack Carlisle Lodge No. 260 (Air Force).
Exceptional Meritorious Achievement Certificates, awarded for exceptionally noteworthy performances which contributed significantly to accomplishing National Sojourners' purposes, were distributed to Brothers D. Mike Cole (Army), Carlisle Lodge No. 260; John Cook, George Washington Lodge 143, Chambersburg (Honorary); Henry Federowicz, Robert Burns Lodge No. 464 (Honorary); Robert E. Gordon (Army); Thomas E. Gordon (Army); Robert Hamilton (Navy); E. Thomas Kuhn Jr., Lowther Manor Lodge No. 781, Lewisberry (Air Force); Robert Kyler, Sr., Abraham C. Treichler Lodge No. 682, (Air Force); Eugene McCaleb II, Eureka-West Shore Lodge #302, Etters (Honorary); Gene Meashey, Zeredatha-White Rose Lodge No. 451, F&AM, York (Air Force); George Mehaffie, Robert Burns Lodge No. 464 (Army); Russell W. Baker, Howell Lodge #405, Honey Brook (Navy); and Paul Sheaffer, Harrisburg-Snyder Lodge No. 629 (Air Force).
Harrisburg Chapter No. 76 received the Youth Emphasis Award for having the highest percentage of members under age 40 as of Dec. 31. Both chapters earned the Odie R. Howell, Jr., Bridge of Light (BOL) Award for significantly contributing to this national program.
The National Sojourners – Harrisburg Chapter No. 76, which includes current and former members of the U.S. uniformed forces who are Master Masons, promotes patriotic aims and activities in Masonry and beyond. At this year’s national convention (held virtually), the chapter and several members who reside at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown were recognized for their local and national contributions to the group.
Jack Heinze was awarded the Horton-Tourtillott Plaque for having done the most to further the Americanism Program of National Sojourners. A Sojourner for 21 years, Jack has increased the chapter’s sponsorship of students attending the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge Youth Leadership Camp (including a few Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania youth), grown the chapter’s support of college and high school U.S. Army Cadet Command (ROTC) and JROTC programs, and enhanced recognition of veterans and veterans-related holidays at Masonic Village through the Veterans’ Committee.
Jack Heinze, Bryan Hill, Benjamin Hoenich, Fred Kaylor and Alan Saylor were each awarded a Presidential Citation for performing a specific act or acts not implicit in their assigned duties which contributed to an exceptional degree to accomplishing the purposes of National Sojourners. E. Thomas Kuhn Jr., Russell Baker and George Mehaffie all received Exceptional Meritorious Achievement Certificates for exceptionally noteworthy performances which contributed significantly to the accomplishment of the Purposes of National Sojourners.
Kathleen Kuhn was recognized with a Grand Dame Award for consistently, dependably and unfailingly providing support not only to her Sojourner husband (E. Thomas Kuhn Jr.), but to his chapter and to the national order.
The chapter received the Youth Emphasis Award for having the highest percentage of members under age 40 as of Dec. 31 and the Odie R. Howell, Jr., Bridge of Light Award for significantly contributing to this national program.
Happy National Intern Day! Meet Jared Hameloth, public relations intern at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. Having just graduated from Millersville University’s digital journalism program, he was looking for experience in public relations and was recommended for the internship by his manager at the Terrace View dining room, Dolly Junk. “I’ve learned a lot about telling the stories of residents on campus,” he said about his internship. “The best part of my job is interviewing all the different people we have in our community for feature stories in the publications we produce. I’ve been able to learn about residents with interesting hobbies, how the kids are succeeding at the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania and all the amazing things that youth group members are accomplishing through the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation.”
Masonic Village at Elizabethtown's Garden Club includes 73 gardeners and 61 plots. While they've always shared their bounty with residents and Masonic Village's restaurants, in March, with the COVID-19 situation unfolding, they knew there'd potentially be greater needs on-campus (including our Bleiler Caring Cottage and Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania) and at community food banks. Using several unused plots, 12 gardeners are growing victory gardens (while social distancing) and harvesting tomatoes, peppers, cauliflower, Romaine lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, beans, potatoes, kale, cucumber, Swiss chard, Brussels sprouts, herbs, beets, carrots, butternut squash, raspberries, string beans, spinach, radishes, turnips and corn. Thanks for sharing your time and talents!
(Photo credit: resident Mick McCurdy)
Girls from the Balliet Cottage at the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania, Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, wrote encouraging chalk messages around campus to inspire and uplift staff. Share your own kind words for our employees below.
More than 40 10th grade students from Elizabethtown Area School District, including some of our Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania kids, were "on the job" last week at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown during Job Shadow Day. Students picked two departments to shadow - one in the morning; one in the afternoon - and spent time with employees from nursing, wellness, pharmacy, maintenance, finance, security, public relations and more. Thanks to all the staff who shared their knowledge with these future professionals!
The Philadelphia Union won on Sunday, but the real winners were the residents and staff from Masonic Villages' Lafayette Hill and Elizabethtown locations who spent a beautiful summer evening enjoying a soccer game. Youth from the Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania also attended and reunited with Arthur, a graduate of the children's home who now works for the Philadelphia Union. He helped make the event possible, including food and drinks on the pre-game party deck!

Within five cottages, the Masonic Children's Home provides a supportive, homelike environment for 40 school-age youth to grow and succeed.

The supportive homelike environment at the Masonic Children's Home helps children find a unique opportunity to grow and succeed. Within five cottages, 40 youth have the chance to receive friendship, care and guidance. As they mature, we provide the resources to prepare them to live on their own. The Masonic Children's Home is an ideal opportunity for children who are orphaned, being raised by agin

Brothers Succeeding Together 02/18/2022

Keeping families together, when possible, is something that's important to our team. Cyrus and Shedrack joined their two older brothers, Techeal and Anthony, at the Masonic Children's Home in 2019. Hear from them about their experience here below!

Brothers Succeeding Together Cyrus and Shedrack, from Darby, PA, came to the Masonic Children’s Home in 2019, thanks to financial support from Masons and other donors. Their two older brothers, Techeal and Anthony, joined the program in 2013. Cyrus is 9 years old and attends fourth grade at Bear Creek Elementary School. Shedr...

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 01/25/2022

Inspired by the works of her daughter's pre-kindergarten teacher, Gwynneth Walker, Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Althea Martin had several books of Gwynneth's poetry and songs published, with proceeds from sales of the books donated to the Masonic Children’s Home. (Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Jody Darrow illustrated the books, but passed away before they were published.)
Like Gwynneth, our house parents, tutors, social workers and administrators are helping kids discover and nurture a love for learning, and we appreciate Althea's generous gesture!
Book 1: https://www.amazon.com/Teacher-Gwynneths-Poetry-Children-Book/dp/1637671199/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1637613213&sr=8-3
Book 2: https://www.amazon.com/Teacher-Gwynneths-Poetry-Children-Book/dp/1637674880/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=teacher+gwynneth&qid=1637613213&qsid=133-4038963-3231556&sr=8-1&sres=1637674880%2C1637674902%2C1637671199%2C163767144X%2C1637670958%2CB01N9HQM9F%2CB06XWV9CCQ%2CB00AQURHDW%2CB0787Q54M1%2CB07DXNZZL3%2CB01LXHFQMX%2CB07F81VDL2%2CB077HSPFF8%2CB07LC7PR9R%2CB07YQ14DN4%2CB07Z56FM5V%2CB07QM6YH1G%2CB07Z1YCQSF%2CB014JJG43E%2CB07J53Q7SM&srpt=ABIS_BOOK
Book 3: https://www.amazon.com/Songs-Children-Teacher-Gwynneth-Walker/dp/1637670958/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=teacher+gwynneth&qid=1637613213&qsid=133-4038963-3231556&sr=8-5&sres=1637674880%2C1637674902%2C1637671199%2C163767144X%2C1637670958%2CB01N9HQM9F%2CB06XWV9CCQ%2CB00AQURHDW%2CB0787Q54M1%2CB07DXNZZL3%2CB01LXHFQMX%2CB07F81VDL2%2CB077HSPFF8%2CB07LC7PR9R%2CB07YQ14DN4%2CB07Z56FM5V%2CB07QM6YH1G%2CB07Z1YCQSF%2CB014JJG43E%2CB07J53Q7SM&srpt=ABIS_BOOK

01/03/2022

Arbutus Lodge 611 F&AM's book drive brought in two boxes of brand-new books for our kids! Thanks for helping us encourage a love of reading and learning.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/25/2021

Santa can keep his reindeer ... we like ours best! Happy Holidays from our kids.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/21/2021

Our kids, house parents and staff shared a holiday dinner before going to a service at Masonic Village’s Sell Chapel. It was so fun to be able to celebrate together!

11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from the Masonic Children's Home! Our kids are looking forward to Thanksgiving dinners and time off school this year ... what about you?

11/15/2021

The Pennsylvania Widows Sons Masonic Riders' Association raised $14,000 for our Children's Home through this year's Grand Master's Charity Ride - the most money ever raised from their annual event. Thanks to Brothers Jonathan DeLuca, PM, Mozart Lodge No. 436, Philadelphia, state president of the Widows Sons; Mike Rosenberry, 33°, Harrisburg-Snyder Lodge No. 629, president of Widows Sons Pa Temple Guard, Harrisburg, the organizational sponsor of the 2021 Charity Ride; and all the other participants and contributors for their generosity!

The Glue That Holds Everything Together: Our Social Worker 08/25/2021

In addition to our house parents, directorial and administrative staff, our social worker is an important part of the Masonic Children's Home team. Responsible for communicating with students, families and the local school district, their role as the go-between or the "glue" helps strengthen connections and provides youth support both locally and outside the Elizabethtown area. Learn more about what the job entails from one of our former social workers (assistant director Paula Haldeman) and current social worker Alison Izer-Bowman below.
https://masonicchildrenshome.org/2021/07/the-glue-that-holds-everything-together-our-social-worker/

The Glue That Holds Everything Together: Our Social Worker Paula Haldeman Behind all 40 children at the Masonic Children’s Home is one social worker who helps to ensure each child’s needs are fulfilled. “ is a part of the glue that holds everything together,” said Paula Haldeman, who served as the children’s home’s social

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 08/23/2021

Happy First Day of School from the Masonic Children's Home! We're excited to see all that our youth will achieve this school year.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 08/20/2021

A picnic with Masonic Villages leadership and Chick-Fil-A helped celebrate the coming end of summer at the Masonic Children's Home. Thanks to Adrienne Staudenmayer, chief operating officer, and Justin Wolgemuth, senior vice president of operations, for making time to hang out with our kids!

07/27/2021

Welcome to the newest member of our Masonic Children's Home staff family - social service worker Alison Izer-Bowman, MSW. The former director of Masonic Villages' Adult Daily Living Center brings her years of experience in youth and family counseling to help our kids. A graduate of the York College History and Political Science Department, she received her master's degree in social work from Temple University. In addition to her professional capacity, she brings passions for the arts, travel, reading and gardening that she can share with the youth.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 07/21/2021

Summer for kids means lots of outdoor play. Our youth are soaking in the sun while they enjoy the playground, basketball court, bicycles and, most of all, each other's company!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 07/09/2021

Youth at the Masonic Children's Home sorted through plastic caps and lids collected by the local community to send to Green Tree Plastics- ABC Partnership, in Evansville, Illinois. The company makes benches out of the recycled plastics for elementary schools.

Masonic Village at Elizabethtown resident Sonja Alcon is a mentor for the program and said this will provide Bainbridge Elementary School, Elizabethtown Area School District, with two "buddy benches" for their playground. Students can sit on buddy benches if they are looking for another student to come play with them.

"The purpose of this is to explain to young people the importance of recycling and the importance of buddy benches for children," Sonja said. "It's wonderful how many Bainbridge school parents and children have become involved."

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 06/07/2021

We celebrated Success’ graduation from Elizabethtown Area Senior High School with food, gifts and a presentation of her awards and scholarships. Success will be attending Penn State Altoona this fall to study nursing.
"What I'll miss most about the Masonic Children's Home is the people and the atmosphere," Success said. "I'm looking forward to starting college and having more freedom to make decisions on my own."

05/25/2021

A post-secondary education would not be achievable for our kids without our alumni association. Over the last 29 years, they have awarded 223 scholarships, totaling more than $233,750, to recent children’s home graduates, alumni and decedents of alumni. This year, the association awarded seven scholarships for a total of $11,000. Thanks for making our kids’ dreams come true!

3 housemates from Masonic Children's Home now teammates for Elizabethtown girls lacrosse 04/07/2021

“Joy and Bre are two of the closest people I’ve connected to. Living with them for two or three years, that’s a given. … Being able to pull them into a sport that I like, there’s really a connection. When we’re on the sidelines, we’re always talking and having fun.” - Success

Read about how our high school girls’ lacrosse players are teammates on and off the field in this front-page story!

3 housemates from Masonic Children's Home now teammates for Elizabethtown girls lacrosse Success Beah is a native of Liberia. Breanne Macnaughton was born in South Carolina and grew up in Florida. Joy Ngafua was born and raised in Philadelphia.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 04/02/2021

Surprise! It’s an egg hunt! The girls of Balliet Cottage secretly hid eggs filled with candy in each cottage’s yard. While they were busy hiding for others, the girls of Umbaugh Cottage hid eggs for them as a surprise. What a fun day!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 04/01/2021

Our three high school girls’ lacrosse players, Success, Joy and Bri, were interviewed by LNP + LancasterOnline! They discussed their love for the sport, their “sisterhood” on and off the field, as well as plans for the future. Stay tuned for the story, which will be published next week!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 03/30/2021

It’s beginning to look a lot like Easter! The Balliet Cottage girls were so “hoppy” to color eggs together. Share your favorite way to color eggs below - our kids love to try new techniques.

A Brotherly Bond 03/22/2021

There’s nothing stronger than a bond between siblings, especially those who have overcome struggles together. Read brothers Emmet and Eriyah’s inspiring story below.

A Brotherly Bond There’s nothing stronger than a bond between brothers, especially brothers who have overcome struggles together. While Eriyah (pictured above, right) and Emmet (pictured above, left) were only 10 and 8 years old when they came to the children’s home, they remember quite a bit about their home li...

Director Ginny Migrala Retires After 42 Years of Service 03/11/2021

Ginny Migrala, who recently retired as our Director of Children’s Services, spent 42 years working with children in need. Read about her triumphs and favorite memories at the children’s home below.

Director Ginny Migrala Retires After 42 Years of Service Ginny Migrala has impacted the lives of hundreds of children through her dedication and hard work at the children’s home. She retired in December 2020 after 42 years of service, most recently serving as director for 13 years. During her time at the children’s home, Ginny also served as a house p...

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 02/01/2021

We have a celebrity in our midst! Techeal was recently interviewed by LNP + LancasterOnline about his experience coming to the children's home, his sports prowess and more. Read the article at https://lancasteronline.com/sports/from-liberia-to-elizabethtown-hoopster-techeal-gonquoi-finds-opportunities-through-masonic-childrens-home/article_f104c068-6430-11eb-850e-1b39ad5bdc37.html.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 01/25/2021

Cassie and Noelia presented Ginny, our newly retired Director of Children's Services, with surprise farewell gifts, including a memory book created by fellow children's home staff and a mug filled with Ginny's favorite Dove Chocolates. Enjoy retirement, Ginny; we miss you!

01/04/2021

Congratulations to Mark Kurzenknabe, our new Director of Children’s Services! He has served as Assistant Director of Children’s Services since 2004. Mark’s vast knowledge of our program, paired with his ability to always put a smile on our kids’ faces, will serve him well in his new position! Leave your well-wishes for Mark below.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/31/2020

Happy retirement to Ginny Migrala, who has worked at the children's home for 42 years! She began as a house parent, and ultimately, in 2007, became the director of the program. In addition to her generosity, kind spirit and love for children, Ginny has a heart unlike any other. From graduations to lemonade stands and everything in between, we thank Ginny for her dedication to this program and to changing kids' lives. Leave your well-wishes for Ginny below!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/28/2020

Thanks to a generous donor, a very important place at the children’s home has been updated – the basketball court! The court has been re-located and is now a safer place for the kids to play. Newly painted lines and an additional basketball hoop was the cherry on top! Special thanks to all the donors who keep our kids happy and active.

12/25/2020

Happy holidays from the staff, house parents and kids of the Masonic Children's Home! We have treasured the support of our donors through this challenging year. Here's how we're giving back to them!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/24/2020

Santa will certainly not go hungry tonight! Our kids have been busy baking away. It’s safe to say that their favorite part is decorating!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/23/2020

Our kids love making gingerbread houses each year. With an assortment of candy used for decorating (and eating), no detail goes unnoticed! Thanks to our house parents for making this a fun and continued tradition.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/22/2020

The Umbaugh Cottage girls had a blast making personalized ornaments to hang on their tree.
“It was fun to listen to them talk about their future homes, careers and where they would be in the coming years when they take their ornaments with them,” House Parent Hope Painter said.

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/21/2020

Shhh … Our Elves on the Shelf are on a very important Zoom meeting with Frosty, Rudolph, The Gingerbread Man and Santa, of course. Our kids and house parents are getting a kick out of these silly elves!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/18/2020

Our kids are loving this snow! Even our Elves on the Shelf had a snowball fight. Thanks to our donors for supplying the kids with snow gear and sleds!

Photos from Masonic Children’s Home of Pennsylvania's post 12/16/2020

The Umbaugh Cottage girls are getting into the holiday spirit! They made homemade sand tarts while enjoying a hot cocoa bar. How are you getting ready for the holidays?

12/11/2020

Rina is our Kid of the Month for December! Rina is in 11th grade and enjoys reading and writing. She's most proud of her good grades and wants to attend college to become a pediatrician, as she enjoys working with kids. Most of her favorite memories from her time at the children's home revolve around vacations/trips with her cottage mates. Rina says she wishes for world peace and an end to world hunger. Congratulations, Rina, you are so thoughtful!

A Lot of Kindness and A Little Bit of Basketball 12/09/2020

House parent Lee Eckert inspires the kids with a lot of kindness and a little bit of basketball. Read how his passion for sports turned into helping kids!

A Lot of Kindness and A Little Bit of Basketball Lee Eckert was born into the world of sports. His grandfather was a baseball and cross country coach, and Lee was the youngest of four boys – all of whom lived and breathed athletics. “I remember going to my brothers’ games as a little guy,” Lee said, “and getting thrown around in the back...

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