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Honey Apple Cake for Rosh Hashanah

L’shanah tova! It’s almost Rosh Hashanah and we hope everyone has a sweet new year. In preparation for this holiday, and to ensure this new year is sweeter than the last, we must prepare the key foods of Rosh Hashanah. Perhaps the most delicious being the honey apple cake. Eating honey was first referenced in the book of Nehemiah and eating red apples was first dated back to Rosh Hashanah in...

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Helping a Parent Transition to Independent Living

Deciding to leave your family home and transition to an independent living community is a big adjustment. Not only can it be emotional for your senior loved one, but there also is the challenge of downsizing from a big home filled with years worth of belongings to more conservative apartment living. No matter the circumstances, it’s going to take time for mom or dad to realize this move is in...

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Traditional Ways to Celebrate Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah translates to “Head of the Year” and is one of the most joyous celebrations for our people! It is also a time for reflection, where we think about the past year and how we’d like to make more positive changes in the upcoming year. While for many, Rosh Hashanah conjures up hours spent at synagogue, the best part about this holiday is celebrating with family and friends. If you’re...

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