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IMAGINE LIVING
AMIDST 350 WOODED,
COUNTRY ACRES...
in a community that can comfortably address your needs for the
rest of your life... in a setting unlike any other you've ever seen.
Welcome to Green Ridge Village, a continuing care retirement
community in south-central PA, just 3 miles from I-81, about 15
minutes from Carlisle, less than 1 hour from Harrisburg, and 2 hours
from Baltimore and Washington.
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Home for many retired military
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Model railroad club and
and their spouses woodworking
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Short drive to the Carlisle Barracks
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Beautiful, quiet countryside
and golf course in rural setting
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Within minutes of cultural and
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Moderate climate & changes
academic centers of seasons
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Fully equipped fitness center
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50 ft. indoor lap pool
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Casual and formal dining
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Full time fitness instructor
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Hiking trails and trout stream
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Pet friendly
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Social Security benefits, public & private pensions, as well as IRA
distributions are exempt from state income tax
“On our first visit eleven years ago to Green Ridge Village, my wife and I were
very impressed with the ambience of the rural atmosphere and the extensive
areas of woods which provides a feeling of privacy. Our desire to retire near
an established military community such as Carlisle Barracks and the college
towns of Carlisle and Shippensburg meant Green Ridge Village fit that bill.
We love the freedom of choice, the casual living, the fitness center, pool and
multiple meals plan choices, which make this small and friendly community
an ideal choice. ”
William H. Bamber, LTC, US Army. (Ret)
Call now to schedule lunch and a tour at
(717) 776-8237 or toll-free (800) 969-4450 or
email Christine at cchubb@presbyterianseniorliving.org
GREEN RIDGE VILLAGE
a PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR LIVING community
210 Big Spring Road
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Newville, PA 17241
www.greenridgevillage.org
© 2009 Presbyterian Senior Living
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