This fund raiser being organized by Menorah Park is set for May 29, 2013.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Menorah Park Mandel Adult Day Care Center clients dance with kids for charity
The Menorah Park Mandel Adult Day Center and Menorah Park's child care center FUNdamentals hosted a Dance-A-Thon Friday to raise money for the Carter Nedley Foundation, a charity for children with cancer. The foundation serves and advocates for children diagnosed with cancer and supports pediatric cancer research. Carter Nedley was diagnosed with cancer and died at age two. His mother, Lisa Nedley, works at Menorah Park and started the foundation shortly thereafter to help other children with leukemia. "The CNF is a non-profit that goes deeper than just giving a check to other non-profits; they go straight to the patients and their families," Menorah Park spokesperson Sherry Gavanditti writes. "They help with the day to day struggles of …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Proceeds of an upcoming Dance-a-Thon at Menorah Park will benefit the Carter Nedney Foundation
It's hard to think of a better reason to pull out your dancing shoes than supporting families affected by cancer. Menorah Park hopes area residents will do that or come watch others do so at a Dance-a-Thon next Friday starting at 10:30 a.m. in the Menorah Park auditorium. Proceeds will go to the Carter Nedley Foundation, which routinely provides food, entertainment, toys and more to the families of cancer patients. Carter Nedney, the son of Menorah Park staff member, Lisa Nedney, lost his battle to acute myelogenous Leukemia in 2010. Soon Lisa and husband, Jason, formed the nonprofit group in Carter's memory. Menorah Park residents and children of the FUNdamentals daycare program will be the primary people dancing, but spokeswoman Sherry …
Friday, January 25, 2013
The senior home has received three consecutive perfect scores on the Ohio Department of Health inspection
After a three-day exam, state inspectors found Menorah Park free of deficiencies for the third consecutive year in a row. Ohio Department of Health supervisors visited the nursing home to ensure that the facility was in compliance with their list of 150 regulatory standards. “This is a very serious process mandated not just in Ohio, but nationally,” Menorah Park Administrator Richard Schwalberg said in a statement. “They literally follow the patient during meals, morning and evening care, during medication support and restorative care by staff. Inspectors also hear first-hand accounts of care by interviewing residents and families. "All inspections are unannounced." Menorah Park is the largest nursing home in Ohio. While Menorah Park …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
First Israeli to play pro basketball in U.S. visits Menorah Park
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Menorah Park residents visited Washington, D.C. to be honored for their service in the U.S. military.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Planning and Zoning votes unanimously to approve final site plans for 31 additional units at senior apartments.
Final site plans for an $8.5 million addition to Wiggins Place at Menorah Park were approved at last week's Planning & Zoning meeting. The addition is 36 units, but requires the demolition of five existing units. After construction the senior apartment building will house 145 units. Menorah Park CEO Steven Raichilson told P&Z in April that Wiggins Place's waiting list for its 1- and 2-bedroom units is 126 names long. Wiggins Place is part of Menorah Park Center for Senior Living, the largest facility of its kind in Ohio, which also includes Stone Gardens and the R.H. Myers Apartments.
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Get a look at the new restaurant at R. H. Myers Apartments.
We visited R. H. Myers Apartments to get a look at its new pub. Click through the photos above to see the restaurant and bar, and click here to learn more about the facility.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
R.H. Myers Apartments will open 28-seat English pub for residents next week.
When you think of assisted living facilities’ entertainment options, you may think of bridge and mah jongg games, 4 p.m. dinners and 6 p.m. bingo. But Menorah Park Center for Senior Living is thinking tavern burgers, chicken fingers, and beer. “We want to change every perceived notion of what goes on at a senior living residence,” said R.H. Myers Apartment Administrator Stew Collins. “Our residents will have yet another place to socialize in a fun and casual setting among friends." The campus’ senior living facility R.H. Myers Apartments will open an English pub July 16, and another pub will go into Wiggins Place in the coming weeks. The first pub — Myers Pub — is a 600-square-foot repurposed cocktail bar on the ground floor of the …
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Veteran Marine Tim DeWolf recognizes senior veterans as part of Marine Week
Though all eyes were on him Tuesday morning, Marine Week speaker Tim DeWolf wanted the focus on veterans at Menorah Park Center for Senior Living. DeWolf, a Vietnam War veteran, spoke to about 100 seniors from Menorah and other area homes. Though he spent 14 months in Vietnam and was wounded in action, DeWolf was impressed with veterans in the crowd who served the country in World War II and more. "I'd like to thank you for the country that you left my generation," DeWolf said. "The roads, the schools, the community, all those things. If we had prosperity, it's because you invested in it." DeWolf and the staff at Menorah presented about 30 U.S. Marines, Army, Navy and Air Force veterans with certificates. He also spoke to the crowd about …