Invitation
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JSL residents and employees embrace her core values of compassion and collaboration.

Jewish Senior Life’s Oak Park residents commemorated the life and legacy of the inimitable Betty White with a night of celebration, TV and fundraising: residents raised $300 in donations for All About Animals Rescue in Warren. 

Betty was a true animal lover, the First Lady of Television and a shining example that life is fun and fabulous at every age. JSL residents and employees embrace her core values of compassion and collaboration.

All About Animals is a Michigan nonprofit dedicated to making sure there are no more homeless pets. They’re a great resource for animal adoption, rescue, vet care and affordable spaying/neutering.

“Our residents are proud to support All About Animals in Betty’s memory,” said Oak Park Campus Administrator Jennifer Staniszewski.  

Diane Pliskow holds a furry friend.
Diane Pliskow holds a furry friend. JSL
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