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Menorah Park celebrates past, looks ahead at 100-year gala

Pictured at Menorah Park’s 100th Anniversary Gala are (from left) honorary centennial chairs Sidney and Winnie Greenberg, Menorah Park CEO Mary Ellen Bloodgood and committee co-chair Steve Sisskind.

Pictured at Menorah Park’s 100th Anniversary Gala are (from left) honorary centennial chairs Sidney and Winnie Greenberg, Menorah Park CEO Mary Ellen Bloodgood and committee co-chair Steve Sisskind. Provided

— Among the Gala’s attendees was a table of teens representing the Teen Funders program. Sponsored by the Jewish Community Foundation, the Teen Funders teaches teens about philanthropy and social action through hands-on involvement. “I was thrilled that our youth, our future, could share this evening with us,” said Bloodgood.

“Menorah Park has a very bright future and our Centennial Gala certainly has given us a kick-start to the next hundred years. To our sponsors, co-chairs, committee members, staff and guests, thank you so much for making this so special. Now it’s time to get back to work in living our mission of assuring independence and dignity through quality services,” Bloodgood concluded.

Menorah Park is located at 4101 East Genesee Street, Syracuse. For more details, visit menorahparkcny.com.

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