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    Posted December 6, 2013 by
    Palo Alto, California

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    Seniors at Moldaw Residences Celebrate Hanukkah

    Seniors at Moldaw Residences in Palo Alto enjoyed a great celebration of Hanukkah at the end of the eight-day holiday this week.

    Moldaw resident, Rabbi David Teitelbaum, led the lovely candle lighting, and professional violinist Julie Egger of The Red Hot Chachkas kept residents entertained as she performed throughout the celebration of this Festival of Lights.

    All enjoyed the traditional foods like potato latkes as well as Hanukkah Happiness signature cocktails and mocktails. Toward the end of the program, Moldaw residents brought out and discussed their personal family menorahs and enjoyed the community candle lighting together.

    Photos are by Ron Griggs of Mirror Image Photography.

    Moldaw Residences is an innovative senior living community located at the 8.5 acre Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, adjacent to the 130,000 square foot Oshman Family Jewish Community Center. As a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), Moldaw Residences enables older adults to age in place by providing independent living, assisted living and memory support. Opened in 2009, Moldaw Residences offers 193 maintenance free, spacious apartment homes and extensive social and cultural amenities. Affiliated with the Jewish Senior Living Group, it is open to all faiths, ethnicities, and racial background.
    For more information about Moldaw Residences of Palo Alto, visit or call (800) 873-9614.

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