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Residents enjoyed a very warm and festive Hanukkah celebration with live entertainment from pianist Bill Sokolow, savory potato latkes and delicious jelly donuts. It was fun to hear everyone reminiscing about their holidays growing up!

“Better Together,” our monthly program via zoom with the students from Shirat Hayam High School, is in full swing. Residents and students participate in Shabbat services together and the group has just initiated a new pen pal program to further communicate with each other. The program is a perfect example of our award-winning intergenerational programming.

To celebrate the meaning of the holiday season, residents are embarking upon a “Holiday Mitzvah” project. Activities include dispensing greeting cards and writing letters to active military men and women. It’s a terrific way to pay tribute those dedicated individuals who serve our country so bravely.

Our annual New Year’s Eve party promises to be a fun-filled event. This year the party will be hosted Steve O’Connell, who is a talented North Shore musician and accomplished in organizing group sing-a-longs. Here’s to a happy, healthy, and safe 2022!