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More than a Way of Living. It's a Way of Life

Residents have come from 37 states to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to enjoy senior living at Willow Valley Communities. Vibrant and diverse, they’re all connected by the desire to do better than living a long life. They choose to live life well.

“I’m living a fuller life now than I really did when I was working for a living.”

We invite you to meet some of our Residents and follow their retirement journeys at Willow Valley.

The Sky\'s the Limit!

The Sky's the Limit!

Resident Barbara Vinall will tell you there’s really nothing to jumping out of an airplane at age 88. Click here to watch the inspiring video of her parachute jump.

Residents Awarded 82 Medals at the 2011 Senior Games

Residents Awarded 82 Medals at the 2011 Senior Games

It's not just luck that brings home medals, Willow Valley Residents trained with the Fitness Center team to prepare for the local and national Senior Games.

Work? Retirement?

Work? Retirement?

The face of retirement - and retirement community living has changed dramatically over the years. Many career-minded Residents have found that the social, financial and mental rewards of work and the enjoyment of an active retirement lifestyle are quite compatible. Click here to read the Willow article.

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A "Taxing" Volunteer Job - June Wesbury

June Wesbury successfully planned for retirement so that she and her husband could enjoy the best in senior living at Willow Valley Retirement Communities.  Now, this retired CPA devotes her free time planning and training AARP Tax-Aide program volunteers to help low-income taxpayers and seniors with their returns.

Appalachia Service Volunteer, Retirement Community Resident - Ralph Wicke

Appalachia Service Volunteer, Retirement Community Resident - Ralph Wicke

Maintenance-free homes and the worry-free Lifecare program empower seniors residing at Willow Valley to pursue their passions.  For Ralph Wicke, that means time and energy to volunteer with the Appalachia Service project.

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Elementary School Library Gets an "Extreme Make-Over" Thanks to Willow Valley Seniors

The Burrowes Elementary School library received a much-needed makeover under the direction of the Life of the Mind Consortium and donations of time and talent from Willow Valley Residents.

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450 Willow Valley Lakes Drive
Willow Street, PA 17584
(5 miles south of Lancaster)
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