A “grand opening” celebration was held for a new wellness center operated by the Einstein Healthcare Network in Northeast Philadelphia.
Klein JCC calls it “Cook for a Friend.” In kitchens across the area, hundreds of volunteers cook up to 50,000 meals a year for homebound senior citizens.
Dr. Andrew Weil brought his call for a revolution in health care to Philadelphia, Sunday; his appearance was a homecoming, of sorts.
A groundbreaking ceremony — or wall breaking, actually — took place at the Klein JCC, the first step in turning an old racquetball court into a new food pantry.
The Philadelphia Meals on Wheels program is looking for help to make and deliver kosher meals.
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