A safe breakfast for Jewish Pavilion leadership

 

March 26, 2021

Carol King, Oakmonte Village Cordova; Penny Goldstien D'Agostino, Jewish Pavilion CFO.

The pandemic forces charities to rethink and refashion their events. Normally, the Jewish Pavilion has two annual breakfasts for their sponsors so they can come together and network. In the past, they have been held in senior communities.

Marlene Adler, Jewish Pavilion Chairmen of the Board; Nancy Bland, TenderCare; Angie Di Mura, First Light Home Care.

Currently, senior communities are not open for public events, so the Jewish Pavilion leadership redesigned their semi-annual breakfast into something that was safe and socially distanced. "Stop by for a smile or stay a while" was the theme. Sponsors could drive through the Jewish Pavilion parking lot at 8:30 a.m. and pick up their breakfasts or come at 9 a.m. and enjoy a masked breakfast outdoors. There was also an option to join the festivities on Zoom.

Special thanks to the Jewish Pavilion staff and board members who not only cooked the breakfast but separated it into containers, so that every sponsor received an individual breakfast bag of goodies. The delicious menu included blintz soufflé, homemade granola, quinoa salad, mini quiches, fruit salad, blueberry muffins, waffles, coffee cake and hand-dipped chocolate pretzels and Oreos. The Jewish Pavilion truly values its sponsors and their role in keeping the agency afloat and productive.

 

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