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The High Holidays at the Jewish Pavilion

L’Shanah Tovah! The high holidays are our busiest time of the year at the Jewish Pavilion. We are gearing up for over 40 Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services in elder-care communities. Each service is tailored to the needs of the residents in that community whether it be independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing or memory care.

Every senior at a high holiday event will be served apples and honey raisin challah and honey cake.

Thanks to the Jewish Pavilion and the Harper Family Foundation, 450 Jewish residents will received high holiday gift bags with lovely cards, Jewish calendars (compliments of Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel), raison challahs, honey strays, dried apples, grape juice, apple stress balls, and more.

We are also very busy with upcoming events such as our Sponsors breakfast at Allegro Inspired Senior Living on September 22, our Harvest and Sukkot festival at Watercrest Senior Living on October 22 and our online auction October 23-28. We are seeking auction gifts. We can help promote your business through our auction. You can even donate items that you already own such as sports memorabilia or Judaica. Gift cards to restaurants and unique experiences are the most popular auction items. Please stop by our office Monday-Friday from 10 am- 5 pm with auction items. 421 Montgomery Road Suite 131 Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714.

Grief support will restart on October 24 and is being held at Village on the Green – 500 Village Place. It starts at 10:30 a.m. There are 5-6 sessions. Grief support is being led by Judy Kahan, MSW. These sessions have helped over a hundred people deal with very difficult losses. Call 407-678-9363 to register for this free service.


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