Jewish Seniors on the Move: Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Visit

Jewish Seniors on the Move Presents: Visit to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Monday, October 16, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Join us as we travel to Springfield, Illinois to visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum which is dedicated to Lincoln’s extraordinary life. Upon arrival in Springfield, enjoy a buffet lunch of fresh summer field greens salad with raspberry vinaigrette or ranch dressing, chicken romano topped with a light lemon butter sauce and chargrilled marinated leek garnish, seven herb roasted red skin potatoes, seasonal mixed vegetable medley, rolls and butter, layered chocolate tort cake with fudge icing, regular or decaf coffee, iced tea and water. There will be gluten free and vegetarian options available upon request. After lunch, we will hear from a historian and get a brief overview of the museum and their collections. The rest of the afternoon will be spent enjoying the movies and exhibits that the museum has to offer at your own pace. Meet at Congregation Temple Israel, #1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive, 63141 Check-in at 8:00 a.m. Buses depart at 8:30 a.m. and return approximately at 6 p.m. Cost: $36 includes lunch, museum admittance, snacks and round-trip transportation RSVP: Payment must be received with advance registration by Friday, October 6. Please call Angie Klenke at United Hebrew at 314-434-3404. Space is limited to 100...

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October Seniors Lunch: The Queens of Swing

Join us for our October seniors lunch, which will feature entertainment from the Queens of Swing, an all-girl band playing music from their heydays of the 1940s big band era. Penne pasta with meatballs on the side, salad, garlic bread, roasted vegetables and dessert will be provided. Contact Angie at 314-434-3404 or aklenke@unitedhebrew.org for more information and to RSVP. Reservations required by Wednesday, October 18.

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Crown Center for Senior Living Elects New Board Members

Sheldon Harber, Senior Wealth Management Advisor with Visionary Wealth Advisors. James Kolker, Associate Vice Chancellor and University Architect at Washington University Sylvia Nissenboim, LCSW, Certified Coach, Lifework Transitions, LLC. Michelle F. Schwerin, Associate at Capes Sokol Ann Spector, Community Volunteer   Since 1967, Crown Center for Senior Living, a non-profit agency in University City, has provided affordable housing and services to a diverse population of older adults. Today, Crown Center also serves as a resource and community center for people age 62+ in the area; offering an array of program options designed to promote wellbeing and active living....

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Crown Center for Senior Living hosts CEO Association for Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) for two events

Tuesday, November 15 @ 11:00am RSVP here: https://goo.gl/pf0O6B Don Shulman, CEO of The Association of Jewish Aging Services, offers his expert perspective as an aging services industry professional on: The Top 5 Challenges in Elder Care Health Care Financing Where will elders live? Who will take care of them? Impact of chronic disease on service delivery Alzheimers Disease This event is co-sponsored with the Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at the Institute for Public Health at Washington University. Light refreshments will be served.   Wednesday, November 16 @ 8:30am RSVP here: https://goo.gl/kWnQj7  Join CEO of the Association of Jewish Aging Services, Don Shulman, for a national perspective on topics many of us are grappling with in our work and in our community. Why Jewish? Why is Jewish branding so valuable? How can we work to increase the value of Jewish elder care services to the Jewish and non-Jewish communities? What about the changing landscape in fundraising and the concept of the next generation of philanthropic giving? This event is co-sponsored with the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. Light refreshments will be served.   Speaker Bio Don Shulman, CEO of The Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) has spent his career in the senior services industry at Marriott, Sodexo, and most recently as General Manager of Sunrise Senior Living in their full service communities overseeing operations in Virginia and Maryland. As CEO of AJAS since 2012, Mr. Shulman has worked to revitalize and expand the impact the association has on its national/international members and their clients through education, professional development, advocacy, and community relationships. Mr. Shulman has positioned AJAS to be a thought leader in the industry, advocating for the welfare of all elderly by promoting the unique role and mission of Jewish-sponsored not-for-profit...

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JEWISH SENIORS ON THE MOVE PRESENTS MUSIC AND ART AT THE SHELDON AND LUNCH AT FAVAZZA’S

Jewish Seniors on the MOVE is a new program where active St. Louis Jewish seniors will enjoy day trips, tours, food, and friends, while exploring St. Louis. This program is presented in partnership with Congregation Shaare Emeth, United Hebrew Congregation, and Congregation Temple Israel. On Wednesday, September 28, we are hosting our third of four fun events, where seniors will enjoy a trip to The Sheldon Concert Hall for a live performance from Cornet Chop Suey who will wow us with their exciting style of traditional jazz, swing, and blues music. Prior to the concert, we will enjoy coffee and pastries. After the concert, there will be time to explore the galleries at The Sheldon. Lunch will be at Favazza’s on the Hill. Transportation to and from the event and the cost for lunch are included in the admission price. When: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 8:30 am – 2:00 pm Meeting Spot: Temple Israel at 8:00 am (#1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Dr., St. Louis, 63141) Cost: $18 (payment required in advance to United Hebrew) RSVP: to United Hebrew by Monday, Sept. 12 at 314-469-0700 The event is open to all Jewish seniors in the St. Louis Region. Space is limited, so RSVP is requested as early as possible. This program is made possible through a grant from the The Nathan Kahn-Ernestine Kahn-Charles Kahn Foundation of Congregation Temple Israel.   ### Congregation Temple Israel is a caring, inclusive community committed to living Reform Judaism and participating in the sacred destiny of the Jewish people and Israel through education, worship, and repair of the world. We welcome and embrace individuals and families from all backgrounds. Wherever you may be along your Jewish journey, there is a place for you at Temple Israel. For more information, visit www.ti-stl.org....

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JEWISH SENIORS ON THE MOVE PRESENTS A TOUR OF BUSCH STADIUM

Jewish Seniors on the MOVE is a new program where active St. Louis Jewish seniors will enjoy day trips, tours, food, and friends, while exploring St. Louis. This program is presented in partnership with Congregation Shaare Emeth, United Hebrew Congregation, and Congregation Temple Israel. On Monday, June 20, we are hosting our second of four fun events, where seniors will enjoy lunch at Cardinals Nation, followed by a tour of Busch Stadium. The tour includes the Champions Club, Red Bird, the press box, Cardinals Club House, the track, and dugout. Transportation to and from the event and the cost for lunch are included in the admission price. When: Monday, June 20, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Meeting Spot: Congregation Temple Israel at 9:45 am (#1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Dr., St. Louis, 63141) Cost: $18 per person (payment preferred in advance) RSVP: to April Hickman by Monday, June 13 at 314-434-3404 The event is open to all Jewish seniors in the St. Louis Region. Space is limited, so RSVP is requested as early as possible. This program is made possible through a grant from the The Nathan Kahn-Ernestine Kahn-Charles Kahn Foundation of Congregation Temple Israel.   ###   Congregation Temple Israel is a caring, inclusive community committed to living Reform Judaism and participating in the sacred destiny of the Jewish people and Israel through education, worship, and repair of the world. We welcome and embrace individuals and families from all backgrounds. Wherever you may be along your Jewish journey, there is a place for you at Temple Israel. For more information, go to...

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