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  • Jewish holiday meal delivery continues

    Nancy Ludin and Wendy Ring Levine|Dec 6, 2019

    The Jewish Pavilion loves its seniors and only want the best for them. When another agency was unable to continue holiday meals for seniors, The Jewish Pavilion Board of Directors unanimously voted to take on this very important project. The meals will be prepared by Kosher Gourmet and delivered by board members. Beginning with Chanukah 2019, the Jewish Pavilion in conjunction with Kinneret Council on Aging will be providing Jewish holiday meals for our homebound Jewish elders. In the future, meals also will be available for Passover and Rosh...

  • Jewish Pavilion honors two worthy volunteers at JP Connections

    Wendy Ring Levine|Nov 29, 2019

    The Jewish Pavilion will honor volunteers Randi Cunningham and Myrna Ossin at its JP Connections on Dec. 9, 11 a.m. at the Hilton-Altamonte Springs, located at 350 Northlake Blvd. This event recognizes the many talented people who give their time volunteering at the many assisted living facilities across Central Florida. Randi Cunningham knows you get more than you give Randi Cunningham found the mini challah and note card in her father's room while visiting the first week he was living at...

  • Stories from the Orlando Help Desk

    Wendy Ring Levine|Nov 22, 2019

    Beth's mother (names have been changed). Beth's mother fell again. This was the third time this month she had to drive the 2-1/2 hours from Longwood to St. Pete to make sure her mother was OK. Her mother, Shirley, only needed eight stitches this time. From the emergency room, Shirley called someone to help her at home in the mornings for the next few days. Beth had no idea who her mother called or if they were trustworthy. Who was her mother letting into her home? Beth, a retired Orlando area...

  • They share their love

    Wendy Ring Levine|Nov 15, 2019

    Denise Beumer and Sharon Littman share their love with seniors every week volunteering for the Jewish Pavilion at Savannah Court in Maitland. They also shared the evening as honorees at the Gems & Jeans Jewish Pavilion Gala. Joined by family and friends, the gala was filled with the comradery that everyone shared supporting seniors and ensuring their Jewish connection. The Jewish Pavilion believes in bringing the human connection to every senior at every place volunteers visit. Beumer spoke...