Sid Jacobson JCC’s Annual Golf And Tennis Outing A Success

Tennis players were all smiles to play for a good cause.

A perfectly sunny day paved the way for Sid Jacobson JCC’s sold out 2019 Golf and Tennis Outing. This year’s sold-out event raised more than $300,000 to benefit Sid Jacobson JCC’s programs and services.

The annual event, held on July 29 at Glen Oaks Club in Old Westbury, honored Andrew Reade, Senior Managing Partner at Reade & Company LLC, a successful accounting and management consulting firm, located in Roslyn Heights.

This year’s event highlighted SJJCC’s senior programs. The JCC offers a wide range of senior educational and interactive programs designed to engage the mind and enrich lives. As seniors need greater support, SJJCC has developed core programs for those with memory loss, as well as those who have developed different forms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. From well seniors to those with more specialized needs, the JCC enriches the lives of all.

“Seniors often lose family and friends, as well as their own abilities,” said Taylor Herbert, Director of Specialized Services, SJJCC. “At Sid Jacobson JCC, we provide a safety net to help all of our seniors, from the most vibrant to the frailest, to find purpose, friends, and enjoyment.”

The event was presented by Ron Cohen and Hiram Cohen & Son, a Williston Park-based insurance agency serving Long Island since 1919. The 2019 golf co-chairs were Erik Gershwind and Martin Rosenman, and Andrew Sandler served as the tennis chair.

For more information about Sid Jacobson JCC and to donate to various programs, visit www.sjjcc.org.

—Submitted by the Sid Jacobson JCC

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Tennis players were all smiles to play for a good cause.

A perfectly sunny day paved the way for Sid Jacobson JCC’s sold out 2019 Golf and Tennis Outing. This year’s sold-out event raised more than $300,000 to benefit Sid Jacobson JCC’s programs and services.

The annual event, held on July 29 at Glen Oaks Club in Old Westbury, honored Andrew Reade, Senior Managing Partner at Reade & Company LLC, a successful accounting and management consulting firm, located in Roslyn Heights.

This year’s event highlighted SJJCC’s senior programs. The JCC offers a wide range of senior educational and interactive programs designed to engage the mind and enrich lives. As seniors need greater support, SJJCC has developed core programs for those with memory loss, as well as those who have developed different forms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. From well seniors to those with more specialized needs, the JCC enriches the lives of all.

“Seniors often lose family and friends, as well as their own abilities,” said Taylor Herbert, Director of Specialized Services, SJJCC. “At Sid Jacobson JCC, we provide a safety net to help all of our seniors, from the most vibrant to the frailest, to find purpose, friends, and enjoyment.”

The event was presented by Ron Cohen and Hiram Cohen & Son, a Williston Park-based insurance agency serving Long Island since 1919. The 2019 golf co-chairs were Erik Gershwind and Martin Rosenman, and Andrew Sandler served as the tennis chair.

For more information about Sid Jacobson JCC and to donate to various programs, visit www.sjjcc.org.

—Submitted by the Sid Jacobson JCC

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