Chelsea’s Wreath Stroll fundraiser benefits East Brunswick Department of Aging

Several wreath winners from December’s event

The Chelsea at East Brunswick presented more than $1,700 to the Friends of the Senior Center of East Brunswick on Jan. 14, proceeds from the holiday Wreath Stroll fundraiser in December. The event, co-sponsored boy BrightStar Care and CareOne, raised money through the silent auction of wreaths containing donated gift cards from regional businesses. Accepting the cash donation were Danielle Micale, director of East Brunswick’s Department of Aging, and volunteers of the Friends of the Senior Center of East Brunswick.

Acceptance event at Senior Center of East Brunswick. Pictured from left: Phyllis Fronzoni, member of the Friends of the Senior Center; Sandy Diamond, co-chair of the Friends; Jean Timper, past chair of the Friends; Nancy Duffy, chair of the Friends; Marilyn Judge, member of the Friends; Carole Doerr, treasurer of the Friends; Cynthia Rozenberg, executive director of the Chelsea; Pat Brightman, director of Community Relations for the Chelsea; Reeta Aggarwal, president of BrightStar Care of Northern Middlesex; Teri Millerick-Kramer, BrightStar Care outreach liaison; Margaret Kao, member of the Friends; Kapil Shah, director of New Business Development for CareOne; and Danielle Micale, director of the East Brunswick Department of Aging.

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