They no longer attach "worker" to residents first names, so the worker status of any names at present are pushed into speculation again.
But what sticks out in the occasional view from outside is that Pecan Grove never appeared to have full capacity of 14. There have been 10, but I have never seen 14. And surely there are aging members of 2x2ism who need assisted living accommodations. But I do not and never did frequently view its blogs and sites, so there may have been ageed common 2x2s in residence there.
I am familiar with Baptist Assisted living facilities. One that I have visited is a city building of something around eight or more residential floors, well over 100 suits and seldom is one site there vacant. That facility has a waiting list. And it does not house only Baptists - anyone can apply and gain assisted living there.
Another much smaller assisted living facility that I know of is a one story building that looks like it has anywhere up to 30 residential suites. I don't know if this one has a denominational affiliation, but it probably does.
Anothe facility I have visited is huge, has a 'hospital' type half and also must offer hundreds of tiny hospital-like rooms and large common meal and recreational areas.
These last two I do not know their possible denominational connections - the first of the two I only know by driving past it occasionally. The second I have visited residents in. The first (Baptist) one I have done most visiting in and therefore know most about.
There is no sensible criticism of such 2x2 facilities unless they are 2x2-only, worker-only etc. The rent coming from government assistance programs it the 2x2 facilities may indeed be, but does not necessarily constitute fraud. It is not known commonly what workers have done regarding income taxes. And the very little that is learnable even to 2x2 members is more protected it seems that the existence of a church fund at top end, the one in Sri Lanka being to first public disclosure of the fact the church fund (Snell Trust) requires Overseer written submission to its trustees who can turn down such submissions. The one Willis Propp disclosed in court he revealed was in only his complete control and trustees had no powers of what went it or out. In fact Willis Propp revealed that those trustees had to do all tax requirements AND pay any taxes due on the fund themselves.
But I have digressed - there is so much involved in assisted living financial affairs, only those non-2x2 facilities seem to account to anyone.
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