James and Andrea were counselors at our Camp Turk Program at Round Lake Camp in the late 1990's. They met at the camp, despite the fact that they were both from Great Britain! Mollie Denslow, Camp Administrator, says they were the "camp couple"! James and Andrea later married and in late July returned to the camp with their two children Josh and Lauren. The family spent the day showing their children where it all began. They connected with other counselors from upstate New York, and then returned to New York City, where they were getting together with other counselors. Following their visit to the states, they were heading to the Olympic Games in Rio, for what Andrea describes as a trip of a lifetime.
If you weren't among the hundreds of people who stopped by the Concert on the Lawn July 20th, you missed a great time. Soul Injection got the party started and mother nature helped by providing a beautiful night!
The readers of the Utica Observer Dispatch recently voted the Masonic Care Community as the best Eldercare facility!
About 70 members of the Masonic RV Association, spent the day at the Masonic Care Community touring our facilities and enjoying our hospitality at Acacia Village!
Millions Spent with Local Labor on Masonic Care Community Projects
(Utica, April 14, 2016) The Masonic Care Community welcomed the Grand Master of the New York State Masons, William J. Thomas and various other Masonic and local dignitaries to tour a number of projects that have been completed on the Utica Campus with the use of local companies and labor.
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Enhanced Security at The Masonic Care Community
To ensure the safety of our residents, visitors and staff, the Masonic Care Community has implemented some new proceedures for accessing Wiley Hall and the Health Pavilion. The Health Pavilion doors from the garage will be locked 24/7.
Earlier today, MCC's Medical Director, Dr. Elif Erim, took her oath as a United States Citizen at the Federal Building in Utica, NY.
The Commissioner of Health has declared that flu is prevalent in NYS.
All employees and volunteers in Health Care Facilities, who have not recieved a flu shot for the 2015-16 season will have to wear masks. When you visit the Masonic Care Community Health Pavilion and Wiley Hall, you may notice individuals wearing these masks. Employees and volunteers who did get their flu shot this year, will have a purple "bug" on their identity badges.
The Masonic Care Community has initiated a Cardiac Care Program as part of our outstanding rehabiliation services.