“The Legacy at Willow Bend focuses on serving not just individuals, but families as well,” said Michael Ellentuck, president of The Legacy Senior Communities. “It will continue to be our goal to make Hanukkah special each year for our members and their families to celebrate together.”
The Legacy invited members to bring their own menorahs for the candle lighting ceremony and later enjoyed a delicious dinner followed by musical entertainment by Eli Davidsohn. Carol Aaron, honorary chair of “The Yes! Event” and chairman of the board of The Legacy Senior Communities, and Linda Garner, co-chair of “The Yes! Event” and chair of the board of The Legacy at Willow Bend, helped light the candles.
“It is an honor to celebrate Hanukkah with you,” said Aaron. “Being able to spend the holidays with your family and friends at The Legacy at Willow Bend is truly special.”
The Legacy at Willow Bend, Plano’s first and only life care retirement community, is situated on a 28-acre site at Spring Creek Parkway between Preston Road and Ohio Drive. The Legacy at Willow Bend offers resort-style services and amenities for active, independent seniors, as well as all levels of health care services on-site. The community features 103 independent living apartment homes, 12 custom independent living villas, 40 assisted living apartment homes, 18 memory support suites, and 60 private skilled healthcare suites.
The Legacy at Willow Bend is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit retirement community owned by parent company, The Legacy Senior Communities, Inc. The Legacy at Willow Bend, the only Jewish-sponsored life care retirement community in Texas, is open to people of all faiths. For information, call (972) 468-6208, or visit www.thelegacyWB.org.