The West Building is ‘dried in’ (meaning the roof is installed to the point the building doesn’t leak), and the infrastructure of the building– Piping, sheet metal and wiring for the fire sprinklers and plumbing systems– is being installed in wall cavities and ceilings. Opening day is just a few short months away!
The structural framing is underway in the North Building. This work will continue for approximately five months before we see the roof trusses being installed.
We are getting closer and closer to beginning the renovation of the current Robison building. The first area to be renovated is the Living Room area. In preparation for this, you will see several staff members moving out of their offices located in that area. Jack and Patty will be moving offices in the Nursing administration area. In addition, the rehab/therapy gym will be relocating to another area in the building. Look for these changes in the next few weeks.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 2, 2016! Our annual event to benefit the residents of the Robison Jewish Health Center will take place at the Benson Hotel in downtown Portland, and promises to be a magical evening!
Please consider joining our growing family of generous sponsors, whose support ensures we can continue our mission of providing the highest quality health and life care to our honored elders. Learn more by calling 503-535-4360.
DIAMOND | $10,000
The Goodman Family
Arlene Schnitzer / Jordan Schnitzer
RUBY | $5,000
The Stern Family
SAPPHIRE | $2,500
Bev & Stan Eastern and Michelle & Steve Gradow
Solomon D. & Rosalyn Menashe
Steinberg Investment Group, LLC
PEARL | $1,000
Aspen Mitzvah Fund of the OJCF
Manny & Karen Berman
Carla Properties, LTD.
Jim & Ilene Davidson
David Fuks & DeAnn Sullivan
Bob & Lesley Glasgow
Gersham & Pauline Goldstein
Jack Menashe / Ruben J. Menashe Inc.
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP
Ed & Jill Neuwelt
Jon & Naomi Newman
Jerry & Shirley Nudelman
Oregon Angel Fund
Bob & Rita Philip
David & Diane Rosencrantz
Sandra Simon & Ami Page
Les & Martha Soltesz
Larry & Linda Veltman
Gary & Carolyn Weinstein
Winkler Development Corporation
Jay & Diane Zidell
Norm Dowty of R&H Construction presents a $10,000 Diamond Sponsorship check to CSP CEO Sandra Simon
Cedar Sinai Park is thankful that we were able to be of service as part of this year’s Jewish Family & Child Service Holiday Campaigns!
JFCS reports that “On Sunday, the holidays were brightened for 62 disadvantaged families who received gift bundles through the JFCS Mitzvah Menorah/Adopt-a-Family Campaign. With the help of our community partners, the many caring individuals and families who “adopted” families in need, our donors, and the amazing volunteers who wrapped and delivered gift bundles, the holiday wishes of these families and individuals came true.”
Cedar Sinai Park was thrilled to help out as a Thanksgiving Food Box Partner, along with Beit Havarim, Congregation Beth Israel, Congregation Neveh Shalom, Congregation Shaarie Torah, Congregation Shir Tikvah, Havurah Shalom Religious School, Maayan Torah Day School, Mittleman Jewish Community Center, Portland Jewish Academy and Albertsons Safeway.
We are also thankful for all of the participants in the Adopt-a-Family campaign, including: Congregation Beth Israel, Congregation Shaarie Torah, Jewish Boy Scouts Troop 739, Jewish Cub Scout Pack 739, Jewish Federation of Greater Portland, Kol Shalom, Maayan Torah Day School, Mittleman Jewish Community Center, Portland Jewish Academy and the many families and individuals who also “adopted.”
It’s a wrap! Volunteers wrapped hundreds of gifts, readying them for delivery to families.
When the community comes together, great things happen! So true.
For more information about JFCS’s Holiday Campaigns, contact Carrie Kaufman, Volunteer & Development Coordinator, by email here or call 503-226-7079 x118.
JFCS is a subsidiary of Cedar Sinai Park.
The decorations are starting to up at the Robison Jewish Health Center in preparation for Chanukah!
Residents of Robison and participants in Adult Day Services are looking forward to some of the things they love most about the holiday, including:
- Latkes (with or without apple sauce),
- The chance to light the candles on the Menorah and saying the appropriate blessings each night,
- Fancy cakes,
- The joy of seeing wonderful children,
- The game of Dreidl,
- Gelt coins filled with chocolate
Residents of Rose Schnitzer Manor recently participated in an afternoon of art and appetizers! Zidell Hall was filled with RSM residents enjoying wine, appetizers, piano music, each others’ company and most especially art work made by their talented neighbors!
Around 30 residents submitted artwork in various mediums. There are so many great people living at Rose Schnitzer Manor and some really great artists too! All in all, it was a wonderful resident art show. Thanks to everyone who submitted their art and all who attended.
Construction Update: It is Thanksgiving week and the construction work continues. Work is beginning on the 3-story building (top photo). Cement and other work continues on the one story building (bottom photos).