Edgewood Communities Retirement Campus Ribbon Cutting

Janell Sluga from our Senior Life Matters program received an Employee of Distinction Award from LeadingAge NY which was voted on by the NYS Legislature. In the photo is Ami Schnauber, VP of Advocacy and Public Policy with LeadingeAge NY, Janell Sluga, Geriatric Care Manager with Lutheran’s Senior Life Matters, and Kevin Saff, Director for Lutheran Senior Housing.

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At 2:00 pm on June 28, Edgewood Communities Retirement Campus had a very successful ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of the Edgewood Commons, now part of the Edgewood Communities on the Lutheran campus in Jamestown. The Edgewood Commons is a multi-use building for the residents in our 55-and-up independent senior housing apartments. The amenities inside help address the physical, mental, social, spiritual, and vocational needs of our residents to ensure they enjoy a life well lived, every day.

Celebrating the ribbon cutting of the new Edgewood Commons in Jamestown were NYS Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, VP of Advocacy and Public Policy from LeadingAge NY Ami Schnauber, Katrina Fuller representing Congressman Tom Reed, Lutheran Board Chair Terry Havens-Turner, Lutheran Foundation Chair Joel Gaden, Lutheran Senior Housing Director Kevin Saff, Pat Berg and Edie Bensink from the William B. Anderson and Juliet J. Anderson Rosch Charitable Foundation, and Lutheran President and CEO Tom Holt.