Browning Masonic Community
Age of Champions
On September 5th at 1 pm Browning Masonic Community will present Age of Champions in Harmony Hall. Age of Champions is the award-winning PBS documentary following five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. You’ll meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, 86-year-old pole vaulter, and rough-and-tumble basketball grandmothers as they triumph over the limitations of age.
The Washington Post called the film “infectiously inspiring” and theater audiences across the country have fallen in love with its light-hearted take on growing older. It’s a powerful story to share with the whole family and get inspired to be healthier, happier, and more active.
This event is open to the public as well as Browning residents and well worth viewing.
Great Courses at Browning Masonic Community
The residents of Browning have been studying World Religions with a series of lectures on DVD provided by a company named “Great Courses”. The residents have enjoyed the lectures on Christianity, Judaism, Islam over the past several months and will move on to Buddhism in September.
Going to the Dogs!
The Toledo Humane Society makes a monthly visit to BMC educating residents on all sorts of pets. They also bring the animals to visit so there is a lot of cuddling and petting going on in the Living Room during these visits.
Browning Masonic Community offers individuals an enhanced and nurturing lifestyle in a family atmosphere at its peaceful, scenic location along the Maumee River. Browning’s 450 acres in Waterville promote the serenity of country living while situated close to city conveniences.
- Offer service to the public as well as Masons
- An active retirement lifestyle
- Villa Homes
- Independent Apartments
- Assisted Living with Personal Care Services
Come visit and see for yourself. You won’t believe your eyes or your heart when it is touched by the warmth of the Browning Masonic Community.
Let Browning welcome you home.
Office hours are:
- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Mondays through Fridays
- Call 419-878-4055 for more information, fax to 419-878-4362 or visit ohiomasonichome.org
Browning is dedicated to preserving a high quality of life. The community offers transportation, activities, exercise classes, laundry, a beauty salon, wood working shops and restaurant style dining. Come visit our Train Museum and see hundreds of train and railroad memorabilia. Special events include barbecues, flea markets, art exhibits, dances, day trips and classes for those interested in pursuing new hobbies.
One resident describes it best, “After I raised my family, my home began to feel very much like an empty nest. And it was too difficult for me to manage my home and household responsibilities. Coming to Browning was just like coming home again. There are people to share a laugh with and plenty to keep me busy. On top of that, somebody else besides me does the cooking and cleaning! It’s really wonderful.”
Call 419-878-4055 today!
“After spending my life mowing lawns and shoveling snow, I wanted something better. I wanted the freedom to come and go and do what I want. I found it here at Browning Masonic Community. I enjoy the walking path. There are nice areas to sit and a gazebo where you can relax and enjoy the breeze.”
- Lois Rubright, Independent Living Villa Home Resident