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April 25, 2014  RSS feed
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Party to kick off ‘Next Generation’ of support for Menorah Manor


Jeffrey Pegler is leading the new group of adults 20-45 Jeffrey Pegler is leading the new group of adults 20-45 Jeffrey Pegler is spearheading an effort to involve adults ages 20 to 45 in a group called Next Generation to help ensure continued support for Menorah Manor.

A kick-off cocktail party for the new group will take place Saturday, May 17 at the Inn on the Pond at 7:30 p.m.

“It is time for the next generation of leaders to follow in the footsteps of our grandparents and parents, embrace Menorah Manor and continue its mission of providing the best care possible,” said Pegler.

He said his grandparents inspired him to support Menorah Manor.

“My grandparents, Marilyn and Irving Weissman, who were founders of Menorah Manor, were extraordinary and two of the most influential people in my life … It was difficult to see my grandmother age, and when she passed away last year, it made me realize how important Menorah Manor is to all of our Jewish families,” he said. “My generation needs to do whatever we can to make sure that Menorah Manor continues to thrive as a home for our grandparents and eventually our parents and ourselves.”

Pegler was born and raised in Tampa but in 2006 moved to his wife’s hometown of Vero Beach to practice law and in 2010 was elected to the Indian River County School Board. A year ago, he and his wife and two young sons moved back to Tampa when Pegler accepted a position as corporate counsel at Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Future activities of Next Generation will include raising aware- ness of Menorah Manor, assistance with special events and participation in intergenerational activities.

Complimentary specialty cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at the party. RSVP by calling (727) 302-3710 or emailing rsvp@menorahmanor.org. There will be no solicitations.

Since its opening in 1985, Menorah Manor has been providing a comprehensive system of quality senior services. As a community sponsored and not-for-profit Jewish healthcare organization, its mission is to provide the best possible care in a Jewish environment.


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