Jewish Pavilion honors its Pearl's with Couture creation
February 2, 2018
The Jewish Pavilion's *Pearls of the Pavilion luncheon will take on a whole new luster when it is held at the home of Jewelry Designer Gay Harrison of Gay Harrison Handcrafted Couture Jewelry. Harrison is generously opening her Longwood home for the occasion, which takes place on Tuesday, Feb. 20th. Following a gourmet luncheon, the acclaimed designer will offer a sneak peak of her 2018 Spring Collection, along with a sparkling discussion of upcoming trends in jewelry.
"We are so appreciative to our Pearls and to Gay Harrison for their contribution to our elder community. Pearls of the Pavilion will receive a strand of beautiful hand-knotted freshwater peacock pearls for being such a jewel to us over the years," commented Nancy Ludin, Jewish Pavilion executive director.
*Jewish Pavilion Pearls are women who have donated a $500 minimum payable throughout the membership year, September-August. Your current or future "Pearl" pledge can be made in installments and will be honored with a gift to you. The Jewish Pavilion appreciates and welcomes all levels of donation. To find out more about becoming a Pearl of the Pavilion and attending the luncheon, call Jewish Pavilion Executive Director Nancy Ludin at 407-678-9363 or email: NancyLudin@ jewishpavilion.org.
The Jewish Pavilion enhances the lives of residents in independent, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities throughout Central Florida by providing visitation, Shabbat services, holiday festivities, inter-generational celebrations, musical programs and educational courses. Our staff and volunteers visit seniors in over seventy independent, assisted living and long-term care facilities, helping ensure that no senior in our community grows old all alone. Learn more, volunteer, or make a donation at http://www.jewishpavilion.org.