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Los Angeles Jewish Home announces formation
of Annual Walk of Ages 'Inner Circle'
September 2010 -- In preparation for the
eleventh annual Walk of Ages, presented by
Wells Fargo, the Los Angeles Jewish Home
announces the formation of the Inner Circle
Open to community leaders and others who are
interested in making a positive impact on
the lives of seniors, the Inner Circle will
play an important vital role in the planning
of this year's event.
The Walk of Ages 5K mini-marathon is set for
Sunday, December 5, 2010, at the Home's
Eisenberg Village campus in Reseda.
"After a decade of incredibly enthusiastic
support, the Jewish Home is extending an
opportunity to those who support the Los
Angeles senior community to participate as
an event leader," says Walk of Ages chairman
"We are constantly looking for fresh
perspectives and ways to reach out across
the city, and are excited to hear new ideas
from those who want to be in a central role
for a great event."
If you are interested in joining the Walk of
Ages Inner Circle, you are invited to attend
the kick-off meeting on Monday, September
20, 2010. The meeting will begin at 6:00
p.m. and will be held at Fountainview at
Reservations are required. RSVP for your
space by contacting Denise Horowitz at (818)
774-3324 or Denise.Horowitz@jha.org.
Fountainview is the latest addition to the
Home's family of services.
The Walk of Ages, presented by Wells Fargo,
is a 5K mini-marathon organized by the Los
Angeles Jewish Home to help raise funds to
provide the Home's vital services to
Participants may walk or run as individuals
or as part of a team. It's simple - sign up,
get sponsors, and be eligible to win prizes
- all to support the Home's residents, and
partake in a day of food, fun, and
Founded in 1912, the world-renowned Los
Angeles Jewish Home is one of the foremost
multi-level senior living communities in the
United States and the largest single-source
provider of senior housing in Los Angeles.
In total, the Home annually serves more than
1,700 seniors through our extraordinary
continuum of services.
Each year, more than 1,200 women and men are
cared for in-residence on two village
campuses, with services including
residential care, skilled nursing care,
short-term rehabilitative care, acute
psychiatric care, and Alzheimer's disease
and dementia care.
Another 500 seniors are served through the
Home's community-based programs, which
includes Skirball Hospice and community
The Home is a nonprofit organization that
relies upon donations from individuals,
corporations and foundations to continue its
remarkable work. Further information
regarding the Home can be found online at
or by calling (818) 757-4407.
Angeles Jewish Home