Daughters of Sarah News

Daughters of Sarah at forefront of Kosher sustainable, plant-based meals

Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors was one of only 10 organizations nationwide to participate in a first-ever virtual culinary training focused on bringing more sustainable plant-based menu items to kosher meals and the Jewish community. Mark Koblenz, Chief Executive Officer at Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors, said: “Collaborating with this organization has been an…
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Something to Get Excited About!

Rabbi Ami, the Chaplain at Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors, has created a great guide to celebrating Purim. We’ll be celebrating Purim with shpiels and the reading of the Megillah at both the Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and the Massry Residence. JFS-Jewish-Journal-Purim-2022

True Love Never Grows Old

Some of our residents shared their love stories with us and showed us the adage it is accurate – true love never grows old. Meet: Susan and Jack; Mary Joan and Peter; Marianne and Fred; Karline and Steve; Joan and Peter; Connie and Frank; Carol and William; and Carol and Edward.

Celebrating 100 Years!

Yesterday we welcomed Olive to the Centenarian Club! It’s something not many achieve and we were very happy to celebrate with her.

20 Questions – the Family Version

As we gather around for family holidays, we’ve put together a list of questions to ask your elders to capture their stories. These conversation starters are great prompts at any age. While you can write the answers, consider videotaping them. This way you can share with the click of an email. Download 20 Questions Here…
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Tips for Celebrating Hanukkah, Chanukah, and Hannuka from Rabbi Ami

Looking for new ways to talk about the Festival of Lights? Rabbi Amiel Monson, Chaplain at Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors, put together helpful tips for making the holiday meaningful for seniors — and youngsters, too. Download his PDF here: JFS Jewish Journal – Hanukkah 21

Virtual Mystery Challenge a Success!

For those who participated in prior Mystery Challenges, going Virtual was something new. We had hoped to be live, but when COVID started once again to spread, we opted to go virtual. We were, in essence, prohibited from gathering. In determining an event theme, Prohibition seemed a logical way to go. Goody bags to participants…
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Would you do something for our parents?

When Leslie first moved to Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors a few months ago, she felt very confused. Where was her daughter, who had lovingly fed her, bathed her, and tended to her needs for many years? Who were these other people? Why was she here? In between family visits, the Daughters of Sarah…
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