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Middle Swan Residential Care Officially Opens

We are thrilled to announce the successful official opening of our state-of-the-art aged care home, Middle Swan Residential Care. On Friday, 11 August, the ceremony was gracefully presided over by Ms Tania Lawrence MP. Representing the Hon. Anika Wells MP, Minister for Aged Care, Ms Lawrence emphasised the dire need for high-quality aged care services in …

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Freemasons celebrate Aged Care in Middle Swan with Rare Public Ceremony

On Saturday 17 June 2023 the Head of Freemasons in Western Australia, Mr Daniel Ganon, performed a Foundation Stone commemoration ceremony to more than 250 spectators and dignitaries to mark the completion of Middle Swan Residential Care, the first stage of a substantial development focused on care and housing for older West Australians.  It had been …

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WA Young Achiever Award Winner Ben Healy presented with award by Freemasons WA Grand Master Daniel Ganon

Celebrating Excellence: Ben Healy wins at Youth Awards

In a remarkable display of Community Service, Ben Healy has been recognised with the distinguished Masonic Care WA/Freemasons WA Community Service and Volunteering Award at the 2023 7NEWS Western Australian Young Achiever Awards. Ben was acknowledged for his significant work as founder of Give Write, which recycles, repackages, and redistributes new and gently used school …

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Leschenault Village 30-year anniversary

(Image L-R): John Castrilli, Gwen Burgoyne, Alan Castle, Marie-Louise MacDonald, Anne Cunningham, Bert Norwell, Peter Kirwan. “Villages play a fantastic role in our lives – the village becomes your home where you feel comfortable, supported and form lasting friendships.” These words, spoken by former Bunbury Lord Mayor John Castrilli at Masonic Care WA’s (MCWA) recent …

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Social committee upholds sense of community

(Image L-R): Forest Lakes Village social committee members Beryl Forrester, Lyn Farrell and Marlene Stevens. Masonic Care WA Forest Lakes Village commenced construction in 2002, with the first three independent living units becoming occupied in January 2003. Today the village comprises 121 independent living units with 175 residents. The village is predominately made up of …

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