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We Celebrated Our Nurses in Style!

National Nurses Week is an annual celebration from May 6 to May 12, when we take special time to recognize the hard work and dedication of nurses around the world, especially the nurses at the Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors. During this week, we remind our nurses how grateful we are for their tireless…
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Passover Yizkor Memory Book is now Available

Passover is just days away! Our 2023 Passover Yizkor Book of Remembrance is here.   Thank you again for your kindness and for joining us in our efforts to enhance the lives of our residents. We hope you have a meaningful and joyous Passover.   Chag Sameach!  

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Purim 2023 Resources Available

Chag Purim Sameach (Hag – Poor-eem – Sah-May-Ach) – Happy Purim! Want to wish someone a Happy Purim or help them celebrate? Rabbi Ami Monson made an informational journal for the special time of year. We hope you enjoy the holiday!  

Tu Bishvat Resources Now Available

Happy Tu Bishvat! Our in-house Rabbi, Rabbi Monson, created these materials to share for Tu Bishvat. Tu Bishvat 2023 Journal “As we all learned growing up reading Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, it’s not going to get better, it’s not.” Chag Ha’ilanot (Hag ha ee-lah-note) – Happy…
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Marking Yom Kippur with the Recitation of the Yizkor Prayer

Beginning Tuesday night, we observe the Holy day of Yom Kippur. We observe this holiday by lighting a Yizkor memorial candle and reciting the Yizkor prayer. Yizkor, in Hebrew, means “Remember.” It is not only the first word of the prayer, but it also represents its overall theme. In this prayer, we implore G‑d to…
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National Nurses Week 2022 | Thank You From Everyone!

Check out this video of employees, residents, and visitors thanking our nurses for everything they do! Happy Nurses Week! To see more videos and images related to nurses week, click on this page: National Nurses Week 2022

Yizkor Book of Remembrance Available Online

  Yizkor, in Hebrew, means “Remember.” It is not only the first word of the prayer, it also represents its overall theme. In this prayer, we implore G‑d to remember the souls of our relatives and friends that have passed on. When we recite Yizkor, we renew and strengthen the connection between us and our loved…
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