The Foundation for Senior Care once again wowed more than 150 guests at their annual fun-raiser, hosted at Monserate Winery Thursday evening, Sept. 15. The Hawaiian-themed event emphasized two words that encapsulated the amazing work done by the foundation. Aloha means more than just hi and bye; it communicates love, affection, companionship and family. The second word was Ohana, which also means family.
Patty Sargent, executive director of the foundation, described how often the clients of the foundation have no one else to turn to, and through their services, the employees and volunteers of the foundation become the support and family that is so desperately needed by so many elderly seniors who are struggling in our community. Read the rest of the story at Village News.