Off The Clock: Senior LIFE Lehigh Valley celebrates new opening
Nearly 100 people gathered earlier this month to celebrate the grand opening of Senior Life Lehigh Valley, a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly. The program provides eligible seniors with a comprehensive all-inclusive package of medical and support services to allow them to live independently in their homes and communities. Speakers at the event included representatives, community leaders and officials who expressed the need for health and supportive services for the elderly. Pictured from left are Tom Muller, Donna Zimmerman, Ross Nese, Steve Samuelson, Bonnie Rose, Marta Gabriel and Daniel McNeil.
Brown Daub Charities of Easton donated $2,925 from its January sales to Personalized Books Given to Children. The organization, founded in 2000, has given personalized books to more than 36,000 first-grade students in the Allentown, Bethlehem Area and Easton Area school districts. Pictured from left: Laura Lueders, human resources manager, Brown Daub; Thomas Daub, owner, Brown Daub; and Terry Kennedy, CEO, Personalized Books Given to Children.
This photo was published online on May 29, 2014.
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