Just for the record, honor a loved one at Sunday in the Park
When The Jewish Pavilion raised funds for the elder-care community with "A Walk in the Park" and then "A Taste in the Park," Pavilion annual member and volunteer, Dolores Indek, was right there, showing her support by purchasing memorial signage to honor a loved one. Indek made a yearly donation at each fundraiser, memorializing her beloved parents while helping the Pavilion with its mission to bring Jewish life and connection to residents of Orlando's senior living communities.
"Dolores Indek was the first one I reached out to this year to help support our newest event, Sunday in the Park Family Festival and Beatle's tribute concert," shared Nancy Ludin, Jewish Pavilion executive director. "This year we are selling 'records' to bring in additional funds, matching our concert theme. We were thrilled with Dolores' willingness to help our cause, and thanks to her generosity, we made a platinum sized record available for larger donations."
Anyone can honor or memorialize a loved one, at the Jewish Pavilion's Sunday in the Park and Family Festival at Crane's Roost Park on Sunday, Oct. 23. For a donation of $36 to the Jewish Pavilion, donors can purchase a record inscribed with the name of someone special in their lives. The Pavilion is offering an Album Side Special with the purchase of three records costing just $100. Larger donors can Go Platinum with larger signage for $180. Records can be purchased through the Pavilion offices at 407-678-9363.
"This is a great way to pay tribute, honor, or remember someone you love," noted Elise Schilowitz, past president of the Board of the Jewish Pavilion. "'We get by with a little help from our friends. With your support, we can continue to meet the needs of the growing elderly population."
To donate a record or for more information visit http://www.jewishpavilion.org or call 407-678-9363.
Register now at http://www.jewishpavilion.org/special-events/ to join the fun at The Jewish Pavilion's "Sunday in the Park" on Sunday, Oct. 23rd at Crane's Roost Park in Altamonte Springs.