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leading. Bethany Village offers wellness initiatives and preventive services. Nu- merous residential options are available as well as assisted-living, memory-sup- port, and skilled-nursing services. (See ad on page 66.) PET FRIENDLY


Cumberland Crossings, 1 Longsdorf Way, Carlisle, PA 17015, (717) 240-6013, www.diakon.org/cumberlandcrossings Cumberland Crossings’ tranquil 80-acre campus is only 3 miles from Carlisle Barracks and convenient to shopping, dining, and cultural opportunities. Our community, which includes a fitness center, walking trails, and an indoor pool, features residential-living homes with a choice of attractive floor plans and convenient fee plans. We also provide personal care, nursing and respite care, and on-site rehabilitative services in a new therapy suite. We’re just minutes away from major highways including I-81 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Take advantage of Pennsylvania’s tax breaks for retirees. (See ad on page 78.) PET FRIENDLY


Green Ridge Village, 210 Big Spring Road, Newville, PA 17241, (800) 969- 4450, www.greenridgevillage.org With 350 wooded acres, walking trails, wildlife, a trout stream, and a model railroad, Green Ridge Village is a con- tinuing care retirement community for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. In addition to having the benefit of Penn- sylvania’s tax-friendly retirement envi- ronment, our convenient location — one hour from Harrisburg; two hours from Baltimore and Washington, D.C.; and 15 minutes from Carlisle — is ideal. (See ad on page 77.) PET FRIENDLY


Penn National, 3720 Clubhouse Drive, Fayetteville, PA 17222, (800) 338-7523, www.pennhomes.com Live close to family and friends in a golf


course community not far from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., and close to Car- lisle and Gettysburg. Penn National has been listed as a top 50 “Where to Retire” community. The community has no age restrictions and borders Michaux State Forest. Residents enjoy no state tax on their retirement income and no manda- tory memberships or fees. Amenities include two four-star Golf Digest-rated courses, social clubs, tennis, swimming, and hiking. Excellent medical facilities are nearby. Choose from new villas, single- family homes, home sites, or previously owned homes.


Riddle Village, 1048 W. Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063, (610) 891-3700, www.riddlevillage.org Ideally located next to Riddle Memorial Hospital on the Main Line, Riddle Village is Delaware County’s leading Lifecare retirement community, featuring spa- cious private apartment residences and an abundance of personal services and outstanding amenities. Enjoy nine venue options for dining, an indoor pool and spa, and a putting green, just to name a few. Personal care and skilled-nursing accommodations are available on site. PET FRIENDLY


White Horse Village Lifecare Com- munity, 535 Gradyville Road, Newtown Square, PA 19073, (610) 558-5000, www.whitehorsevillage.org White Horse Village is a CCRC on 96 acres of woods and meadows adjacent to a state park. Accommodations range in size from 500 square feet to 3,200 square feet, with a refundable entrance plan. Overall wellness is emphasized with a putting green, a fitness center, a pool, wood shops, an art studio, an audito- rium, a library, and enrichment programs. An on-site health care center with short- term and long term care is provided and included in the fees. PET FRIENDLY


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Willow Valley Communities, 600 Wil- low Valley Square, Lancaster, PA 17602, (800) 770-5445, (717) 464-6800, email: info@willowvalley.org, www.willowvalleycommunities.org Willow Valley Communities in Lancaster, Pa., attracts residents from 37 states. Residences range from 700 square feet to 3,200 square feet, and amenities include an 80,000-square-foot cultural center, a 500-seat theater, fitness and aquatic centers, and a day spa. New vil- las and townhomes are available. Ask about the freedom of Lifecare — a wise investment of unconditional long term care, if needed, at no additional cost. (See ad on page 24.)


SOUTH CAROLINA Savannah Lakes Village, Lake Thur-


mond, 5812 U.S. Highway 378 W., Mc- Cormick, SC 29835, (800) 332-0013, www.savannahlakes.com Just north of Fort Gordon, Ga., on Lake Thurmond in the Little River Blueway Adventure region, this outdoor sporting community offers exceptional outdoor recreation opportunities in a natural set- ting, including two exceptional member- owned lakefront golf courses with no initiation/joining fees. Homes range from $150,000 to $850,000.


Woodside Plantation, 1419 Silver Bluff Road, Aiken, SC 29803, (888) 339-8520, www.woodsideplantation.com This gated community is located in charming Aiken. Amenities include a country club with fine and casual din- ing, a health and wellness center, four championship golf courses including a Nicklaus Design, nature preserves, lakes and fishing, miles of walking and nature trails, and clubs and hobby groups. Fort Gordon and VA medical facilities are nearby. (See ad on page 9.) PET FRIENDLY


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