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10 Things to Know about Jewish Senior Services

1.Jewish Senior Services (JSS) – previously known as The Jewish Home for the Elderly, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization founded in 1973. JSS operated for 43 years on Jefferson Street in Fairfield. 2.The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus – at 4200 Park Avenue – opened in June, 2016 and has nearly 400,000 sq. feet dedicated to residential and inter-generational community programs and services. 3.JSS is the largest, fully integrated Senior Services provider in Southern Connecticut – serving over 2,000 people annually. Programs and Services include: -Residential Services: Skilled Nursing, Short-term Rehabilitation, Assisted Living, and Memory Care – with [&hellip
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Posted on 23, February 2017

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Guest Speaker Sherre Hirsch featured at Jewish Senior Services Spring Luncheon

BRIDGEPORT, Conn., February 1, 2017 – Sherre Hirsch, will be the featured guest at Jewish Senior Services Women’s Auxiliary Annual Spring Luncheon and Boutique on May 8 at The Waterview in Monroe, Connecticut. Hirsch is a Rabbi, Author, Mother and Spiritual Life Consultant. The event is co-chaired by Peri Cook of Trumbull, Jeni Cook-Mack of Easton and Martha Zuckman of Greenwich. Sherre Hirsch, after eight years in the pulpit, left Sinai Temple, Los Angeles’s largest and oldest Conservative synagogue, in 2006. Since then, she has published We Plan, God Laughs: What to Do When Life Hits You Over the Head, [&hellip
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Posted on 1, February 2017

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Jewish Senior Services Celebrates Grand Opening

Bridgeport, CT, August 9, 2016 – Jewish Senior Services held the Grand Opening Celebration of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus on Park Avenue on Thursday, August 4. Over 200 donors and friends joined local dignitaries, including Senator Richard Blumenthal and Mayor Joseph P. Ganim, and the leadership of Jewish Senior Services as they celebrated the culmination of five years of planning with the official opening of the new campus. While unable to join Jewish Senior Services in person, Rachel Garbow Monroe, President of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation and the Foundation’s Trustees, sent their greetings on August 4. “The [&hellip
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Posted on 10, August 2016

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