NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Ernie DeBlasis, a Fairfield senior citizen, and Nadia Belverio, a junior at West Essex High School (WEHS), were named prom king and queen at the fourth-annual WEHS Intergenerational Prom that was held at the high school on Thursday.
The theme for this year’s prom was “A Knight in Paradise.” All guests received Hawaiian leis to wear, and a floral centerpiece decorated each table. Each senior citizen also took home photos that were taken in the photo booth provided.
To the editor:
At Brighton Gardens of St. Charles we know the meaning of “community.” This was shown most recently in the way we reached out to the students of St. Charles East High School. The St. Charles community has experienced the tragic loss of three students in a two-week period. These events took the otherwise quiet suburb by surprise, shaking the community to its very core.
Years before Katie Couric helped us rise and shine on the Today show, she was a lowly intern at a radio station in Arlington, Va. It was there, interning for legendary radio personality Carl Kasell, that Couric caught the broadcasting bug. She quickly abandoned radio for TV and she never looked back. Until now.
All Pat Adams wanted for her 87th birthday was the chance to meet George Clooney. Well, dreams come true: Clooney surprised her at her assisted living facility after the staff wrote to the star to inform him of Pat’s birthday wish.
George Clooney took a break from his baby preparations to give one lucky fan a very special birthday present on Sunday.
The Money Monster star paid a surprise visit to a senior living facility near his English home to wish one of the elderly residents a very happy 87th birthday.
In 1939, on the eve of World War II, Marta Broido, 27, did her part to help 650 Jews escape Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.
Last week, she celebrated her 105th birthday at Sunrise Senior Living in Thousand Oaks.
Broido was born Marta Steiner on March 6, 1912, in central Europe. She grew up in Czechoslovakia and enjoyed a comfortable childhood in an atmosphere of knowledge and culture. Her father was a professor of language in Prague, the country’s capital.
On a Wednesday afternoon at Sunrise Senior Living on Belfort Road, residents gathered in the facility’s event space to watch the dining services coordinator compete against the maintenance coordinator in a cooking challenge.
The event was the first of its kind for the Southside senior living facility and mimicked the Food Network television show “Chopped,” where chefs turn baskets of mystery ingredients into a three-course meal.
Sunrise of Buckhead, GA, resident Roger fulfills a childhood dream when he experienced flying through a Delta Flight Simulator. Clip can be found here: WSB-TV
Margaret Austin has always been ahead of the trend.
She watched what she ate and has tried to stay active throughout her life. At 100 years old, she was even beating her granddaughters in Scrabble.
On Tuesday, Austin continued her trendsetting ways as she celebrated her 104th birthday at Brentwood’s Brighton Gardens Senior Living Center.
“She’s always active and always paid attention to what she ate,” granddaughter Kathy Buntin said. “She was healthy before the healthy trend.”