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The Jewish News of Northern California BY Lea Loeb| June 14, 2021 With the pandemic easing and warm weather arriving, the residents of Reutlinger Community will be getting outside more often. And when they do, they will be able to enjoy a beautiful garden right on their home turf. The Deborah L. Lind Memorial Garden was…

June 14, 2021

December 2020 The Reutlinger Community received the coveted Dining Account of the Year due to their TRC dining team embracing creative dining approaches during the pandemic. The team worked as an extension of the life enrichment team, providing creative and engaging ways to build connections and enjoy delicious food, while remaining safe and abiding by…

December 31, 2020

Q. Are Jewish values, heritage and identity at risk at Reutlinger? The agreement between Reutlinger and Eskaton was drafted with an emphasis on maintaining Reutlinger’s community culture and heritage and a focus on the continued fiscal health of the community to maintain and improve quality care. In particular, the agreement explicitly protects Reutlinger’s name and…

January 31, 2020

Passover: The community celebrated Passover with a Mazah Brei Cook-off. Featured: Beth Kyman, Director of Philanthropy; Rochelle Zimmer, Wife of CEO Jay Zimmer; Tracy Blazer, Regional Director of Operations for Morrison Community Living and Andrea Campisi, Director of Marketing and Admissions. Cinco de Mayo: Residents also celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a variety of festivities…

May 7, 2019

Henry Drejer endured five years in different concentration camps by Ryan J. Degan Henry Drejer (bottom center) and his family take a photo with Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (bottom left) and Rabbi Raleigh Resnick (top right). (Photo courtesy Baker’s office)  94-year-old Holocaust survivor who now lives in Danville was recognized by the state government earlier this…

May 1, 2018

BY J. STAFF | FEBRUARY 16, 2018 A retrospective of the works of East Bay artist Helen Ann Licht will open at the Jewish Heritage Museum at the Reutlinger Community in Danville on Monday, Feb. 19. The exhibit will focus on Licht’s colorful paintings and lithographs influenced by the Bible and Jewish themes. Her art is often inspired by trips to…

February 1, 2018