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Last in a Series!  Join Us for “Songs of a Summer’s Afternoon” – Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 2:30 pm.  Free & Open to the Community!

Songs Autumn Afternoon 2014

Enjoy a musical afternoon with Steve Greenman and the Klezmer Ensemble.  Concluding with a lovely Havdalah service and refreshments.  For more information contact Rabbi Joel Chazin at 216.910.2522.

Special thank you to the Sid and Betty Blumenthal Family Music Fund and the anonymous donor for sponsoring this event.


Be One of the First to See the New Maltz Hospice House and Palliative Care Pavilion at “Breaking the Myths about Hospice” on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 10:30 am

Breaking the Myths about Hospice (web size)

Maltz Hospice House and Palliative Care Pavilion Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Thursday, June 19, 2014

Montefiore Celebrates 132 Years at Annual Meeting – Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Montefiore’s 132nd Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, was an enlivening time of accolades, achievements and awards. Amidst a welcoming audience of over 150 attendees including board members, Auxiliary members, guests and staff, Lauren Rock, president and CEO, spoke on “Shaping the Future” and how Montefiore is truly an innovator in myriad ways. Steve Willensky, outgoing Board Chair, surprised everyone with a beautifully written song and a heartfelt video reflecting back on his tenure at Montefiore. Beachwood resident

Andrew Hoffmann, Immediate Past Board and Foundation Chair received the Harley I. Gross Presidential Award for his dedication and leadership from longtime friend, supporter and past board chair, Donald Scherzer.



Photos from Montefiore’s 132nd Annual Meeting

Photos from Montefiore’s 132nd Annual Meeting. 
Photos courtesy: McKinley Wiley.

Building Garden Beds and Planting Seeds of Love at The Weils – Sunday, May 4, 2014 from 9 am – 4 pm with Student Volunteers from the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps


Weils Cadet photo

The Weils Assisted Living Senior Campus in Chagrin Falls, Ohio will host 35-40 student volunteers from the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps* on Sunday, May 4, 2014 from 9 am – 4 pm. Cadets from this nonprofit youth organization for students ages 11 through 17, will build five elevated garden beds on the patio of The Weils senior living campus. Additionally, the Cadets will remove small bushes, level the ground, paint the beds and mulch the area.

The Weils’ residents will be on hand to offer gardening tips and cheer the Naval Sea Cadet Corps on. This exciting project will not only enhance The Weils landscape it will also provide a fun opportunity for the residents to be part of this garden project and interact with the cadets. After the cadets have built and prepared the five raised beds, residents will plant colorful flowers and a variety of herbs and vegetables.

When: Sunday, May 4, 2014
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Where: The Weils: 16695 Chillicothe Road, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023
(Rt. 306/just north of E. Washington Street)

Wendi Bock, a Weils employee and Parents Auxiliary Vice President, organized the project along with Sarah Braun, The Weils activity and volunteer coordinator. Wendi’s son, Dustin Kovacs, is a Naval Sea Cadet and works in the kitchen at The Weils while attending Kenston High School.

This region of cadets consists of four units: Cleveland, Akron, Erie and Pittsburgh. Three of this region’s cadets attend Kenston schools; two cadets attend Aurora schools; one cadet attends Twinsburg schools; three cadets attend Chardon schools and over 30 other cadets are from the Akron/Canton area.

The Weils is a nonprofit organization owned and operated by Montefiore, a leader in senior healthcare. The Weils campus offers assisted living, dementia/memory care, skilled nursing, rehab therapy, long-term care and outpatient therapy.

*The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a nonprofit youth program for Americans ages 11 through 17 which provides compelling, life-changing programs that instill the values of teamwork, discipline, camaraderie and service through this passionate all-volunteer force and partnerships with the nation’s armed forces. The U.S. Naval Sea Cadets are composed of more than 380 units in 48 states, Guam and Puerto Rico. The overriding goal of the program is to make well-informed productive citizens in or out of the military. The U.S. Sea Cadet Corps is strict regarding no commitment to join the military. Cadet leaders are volunteers who have a drive and personal commitment to ensuring the best opportunities for America’s youth.

For more information, contact Susan Lieberman, director of marketing and public relations at 216.910.2647 or 216.470.1014 (cell) or slieberman@montefiorecare.org or Amy Simon, manager of community relations & admission services at 440.996.0504 or 216.214.0775 (cell) or asimon@theweils.org.