Having recently read in The American Israelite about a rock arriving to Cedar Village a quarter-century ago, I realized its anniversary was imminent: Jerusalem Rock is Heart of Memorial at Cedar Village By Brian L. Meyers, staff writer There is a new pinnacle in the landscape of the Cincinnati Jewish community.
I was sad to hear the news a week ago at my job that, as of yesterday, there would be no further rabbinic supervision of the kosher kitchen. And, indeed, yesterday turned out to be the first day in the nearly quarter-century history of where I work that there was
When vaccinations were taking place earlier this year at the senior living facility where I serve as the Director of Pastoral Care, it was a very encouraging time, especially as things began opening up in the spring and various restrictions were being relaxed from the Ohio Department of Health. Since
For the past 10 or 11 months – certainly, the majority of the time that I’ve been in my chaplaincy position, which has been during this global pandemic, I have been utilizing the in-house broadcasting channel to get content to residents. I have found and curated video content from YouTube
After having shared that the assisted living dining room and programming had resumed for the first time in a half-year at the senior living facility where I work, the building also began outdoor visitations, which was really exciting to see happening once again. However, the other day, the building administrator
With most of the staff at the senior living facility where I work getting vaccinated against COVID-19, we have seen a significant improvement in our building dealing with COVID-19. So much so that our building administrator published a letter the other day in which he writes, “I am happy to