Here’s news from the Mamaroneck-based Sarah Neuman Center:
Jewish Home Lifecare’s Westchester campus celebrated the “New Old Age” with a Wine Tasting event on December 3rd. Over 100 guests gathered at Sarah Neuman Center’s Tisch auditorium for a festive evening to sample an array of young and fine aged wines. The celebratory evening was co-hosted by Westchester residents, Amy and Rob Rothman and Amy and Rob Stavis, both of Larchmont, and Cindy and Ben Golub of Mamaroneck.
French wine master and Certified Specialist in Wine, Andre Cohen, led the tasting of wines, which were generously donated by Mr. and Mrs. Stavis and Mr. and Mrs. Fran and Eric Rosenfeld of Larchmont.
Photo Caption: Andre Cohen leads the wine tasting event
The event also introduced guests to the planned redesign of Sarah Neuman Center’s Mamaroneck campus. The new plan, based on the nationally acclaimed Green House® Project model, is designed so that skilled nursing facilities can operate as individual households where residents enjoy more privacy, choice and independence. The Green House construction at Sarah Neuman Center is projected to commence in mid-2014.
“We were delighted to introduce new friends to our Sarah Neuman campus while sampling some wonderful wines,” shares Lisa Feiner, Chairperson, Sarah Neuman Center Board of Trustees. She continues, “Sharing our redesign project with people from the surrounding communities and hearing such positive feedback was quite exciting.”