June 2017
Featured Member
Daughters of Sarah Senior Community
(Albany, NY)
We are very proud to announce that our Featured Member for the month of June is: Daughters of Sarah Senior Community

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Featured AJAS Business Partner
LECESSE Construction
(West Henrietta, NY)
LECESSE Construction is leading the way in proven strategies to control costs, accelerate schedules, and drive value. Our early involvement in structural and building layout decisions helps our clients and design teams find the most cost-effective solutions.  

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Upcoming Events
2017 Philanthropy and Fundraising Regional Meeting
Where: Daughters of Sarah Senior Community (Albany, NY)
When: July 25th - 26th, 2017

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New CEO Welcomed at The Legacy Senior Communities
The Legacy Senior Communities
(Plano, TX)
The Legacy Senior Communities, Inc. is excited to announce that Melissa Orth has accepted the position of President and CEO, effective August 21, 2017.
For the past 17 years, Melissa has served as the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer of Greenhill School. In that capacity, she supervised the management of campus operations including facilities, human resources, technology, security, health services, and purchasing. She also managed all financial operations and financial reporting, with an operating budget and total assets similar in size to The Legacy's. Melissa also attended and participated in all meetings of the Development, Campaign Steering, and Executive Committees, as well as the Board of Trustees.
Prior to joining Greenhill, Melissa was Vice-President of Finance for the American Heart Association, National Center and was an Audit and Business Advisory Manager for Arthur Andersen, LLP. She still maintains her CPA license.
Outside of Greenhill, Melissa has been very involved in many professional and civic activities. She was elected by her peers as the Board Chair of the National Business Officers Association and is a current finance committee member of Saint Philip School and Community Center and the Dallas Women's Foundation.

Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence at Menorah Manor Receives Sixth Deficiency-Free Survey in a Row
Menorah Manor
(St. Petersburg, FL)
Menorah Manor is proud to announce that the Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence received its sixth deficiency-free survey in a row from the Agency for Healthcare Administration.
"We are very proud of the Toby Weinman team and the entire Menorah Manor family for consistently providing the highest level of care to our residents," said Robert Goldstein, Menorah Manor Chief Executive Officer. "This achievement would not be possible without their unwavering dedication, compassion, and hard work."

Shabbat Across the East Bay Raises Awareness for The Reutlinger's Resident Assistance Fund
The Reutlinger Community
(Danville, CA)
The Reutlinger Community/Schiff Center for Life, formerly the Home for Jewish Parents, Inc., was founded over 65 years ago in the East Bay. Its mission, then and now, is to provide the elderly Jewish community and others with outstanding independent living, assisted living, long-term and rehabilitation care in a life enhancing and stimulating environment.

To that end, The Reutlinger has designated the Shabbat weekend of May 19 and 20, 2017 as Shabbat Across the East Bay. Its goal is to raise awareness of the critical need in the community to raise funds for the Resident Assistance Fund so that
Reutlinger residents can live out the rest of their lives in the safe and caring home that they love.
Project Transformation: Paul Cohen Pledges $1 Million Bequest
JGS Lifecare
(Longmeadow, MA)
With the opening of Sosin Center for Rehabilitation and Michael's Café in December, Project Transformation embarks on its Phase II fundraising, bringing the relationship-based small house model of care (The Green House®) to JGS Lifecare's long-term residents.

On a Wednesday morning in January, when Paul Cohen joined Attorney Stephen Krevalin for lunch at Michael's Café in the Sosin Center for Rehabilitation, he was not prepared to be wowed by what he would see. Looking back, Paul says he expected that the new short-term rehabilitation center would be a nice-looking medical facility with the traditional hallways, nurses' stations, medical carts, and large rehabilitation gym. Instead, he found something quite different.