Jazz Band Swingadelic Comes to Daughters of Miriam
CLIFTON – Daughters of Miriam, a non-profit assisted and independent living community dedicated to the provision of nursing, medical, dietary, and domiciliary facilities and/or services for the elderly, is hosting a concert with Swingadelic on Tuesday, May 9th from 2 – 3 pm at 135 Hazel Street in Clifton, NJ.
“I saw the group Swingadelic on YouTube. They remind me of the wonderful New Orleans sound that I love– I am so looking forward to seeing them on May 9th!," said Albert Verdesca, Daughters of Miriam resident.
This Jazz / Blues performance will be offered complimentary for residents at Daughters of Miriam, thanks to the generous support of the Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation. The Taub Foundation recently awarded LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware a grant to help expand the association’s work in support of mission-driven aging services providers and the older adults they serve. “Activity programming geared towards improving the quality of life for residents is much-needed following the isolation that many seniors experienced during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic," said Fred Feinstein, Activities Coordinator, Daughters of Miriam. "We’re proud to offer monthly programs like this to our residents and are looking forward to a great event!”.
“We are so excited to welcome Daughters of Miriam to the LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware association family, and we are thrilled to be able to support them in providing some fun times and entertainment for their residents. It’s going to be a great day!” said James McCracken, President & CEO of LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware. LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware is a bi-statewide association of primarily not-for-profit, mission-driven senior care organizations and is dedicated to advancing quality aging services in New Jersey and Delaware through advocacy, education, and fellowship. Together with our national partner, LeadingAge, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables, and empowers people to live fully as they age.
Press release via: Ivy Beck, LeadingAge NJDE