Maple Pointe raises $15,000 for breast cancer; Fanwood wins Chelsea Cup
Chelsea Senior Living Newsletter
Our monthly newsletter, Chelsea People, focuses on the great stories that live inside our communities-- residents whose past and present lives have made a difference; staff members whose extraordinary professionalism makes life better for residents and coworkers; public events, speakers, entertainers and fundraisers that enrich our residents and our communities. Our residents, our families and our employees are all Chelsea People!
Chelsea Golf Outing nets $25,000 in donations; Solana Marlboro grand opening; new Lifestyles program unveiled.
Assisted Living Week contests for employees; t-shirt design winner Gertrude Scocozza; thanks to our marketing team; Solana Marlboro grand opening Oct. 15.
The Chelsea at East Brunswick wins Best Assisted Living Week Program; Ashley Scalzo, Charlie Larobis and Cindi Halkola named among “20 To Watch” in Assisted Living;
Awards galore for Maple Pointe; Michele Adams named new Executive Director of Chelsea at Jenkintown; 2015-17 Mentors name.
Profile of Fanwood resident George Weiss and Montville staffer Charlie Vanyo; Dani Laino, Employee of the Month; Centennial birthdays for Sylvia Davis, Terry DeMeo and Peggy Schwarz.
Cindi Halkola, Employee of the Month; Welcome to new Directors; Nancy Gigli 100th birthday at Maple Pointe.
Mt. Bethel Village approved for state funded apartments; Armie Siton Employee of the Month; Bald Eagle Marine recruit gets vets sendoff.
Somerset Gardens raises $5,000 for ALZ: Ellen Weirich, Employee of the Month; Resident art chosen for HCANJ calendar; tribute to veterans.
Maple Pointe raises over $12,000 for breast cancer programs; Terence St. Clair employee of the month; Halloween highlights