JCHE’s 2017 Gala
Sunday, October 15th
The Royal Sonesta Hotel
40 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge, MA 02142
Cocktails and Activities
Dinner and Program featuring Roz Chast
Attire: Business Casual
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Parking is available at the hotel: $15 for self-park and $22 for valet parking.
We strongly encourage parking at the CambridgeSide Mall Lower Parking lot, directly across the street from the hotel. The Lower Garage has 3 entrances: CambridgeSide Place, Land Blvd., and First Street. Parking will cost between $4 and $10, depending on the time of your arrival. For those of you with larger cars, using the CambridgeSide lot is highly recommended.
Lyft Discount Code: To help our guests travel to and from this event safely, JCHE is sponsoring a Lyft Code. Simply download and/or open the Lyft
App on your mobile device and enter code JCHEGALA17.
For more information, please contact Nathan Vaughan
email@example.com | 617-912-8486
“I love having my own home, but I also love that there’s a community waiting for me each time I take
the elevator downstairs.” These are the words of a longtime JCHE resident, and it’s a sentiment that
resounds among our 1,500 residents across our four campuses in Brighton, Newton and Framingham.
At JCHE, seniors are "Independent. Together." Our apartments are affordable, modern, fully equipped, and adaptable.
Our staff knows each of our tenants and works to ensure that everyone has access to the services they need,
like transportation and on-site nurse consultants.
But it’s the communities we create - filled with opportunities to learn, stay physically active, and
socialize - that stave off loneliness and isolation. On October 15th, you’ll meet some of our residents and learn
why being independent together
keeps seniors thriving.
Since joining The New Yorker in 1978, Roz Chast has established herself as one of our greatest
artistic chroniclers of the anxieties, superstitions, furies, insecurities, and surreal imaginings of modern life.
Her work are typically populated by hapless but relatively cheerful “everyfolk,” and she addresses the
universal topics of guilt, aging, families, money, real estate, and, as she would say, “much, much more!”
2017 EVENT COMMITTEE
Lynne & Stuart Elfland
Merle & James Grandberg
Jane & Brad Honoroff
Donna & Martin Kalikow
Faith & Bernard Kaplan
The Kass Family
Bonnie & Ken Kornman
Wendy & Dan Kraft
Eileen & Bill MacKenzie
Ellen & Bruce Mittman
Stacey & Marc Nevins
Diane F. Paulson
Lia & William Poorvu
Susan & Norman Posner
Candace & Lee Steingisser
Claire & Jeff Stern
Cynthia and Sydney Verba