Posted April 01, 2018 in Articles
Moving to a senior community doesn’t mean one has to sacrifice Passover traditions. For those living in communities such as Montefiore and Menorah Park, both in Beachwood, getting to Passover seder is as easy as walking down to the dining hall.
Ida Kauffman, 94, a resident of Wiggins Place, an assisted living facility at Menorah Park, plans to spend her Passover there.
“We have a seder, the rabbi has a service and it’s quite lovely,” Kauffman said. “It’s set up with all the traditional settings. It’s always better to (celebrate Passover) with your own family, but (Passover at Menorah Park) is a good substitute.”