Residents at Main Line enjoy brewing and tasting beer and food pairings at their monthly “Last Sip Beer Club” meetings. This month they were joined by a reporter from the Philadelphia Inquirer. Read more about the how brewing has brought them together and created a camaraderie amongst the residents in his feature story.
As part of our ongoing effort to instill kindness in all we do, school supplies were collected at all WEL communities and the Corporate office as donations to students at Presentation BVM School in Cheltenham. The children were greeted by residents and staff from WEL Pennypack Park, and even enjoyed an early visit from Santa, since the collection was made through a “Christmas in July” effort!
Wesley Enhanced Living is recognized as a 2019 Best Workplace in Aging Services by Great Place to Work and Fortune!
Wesley Enhanced Living is proud to be recognized for the second year in a row as one of the Best Workplaces in Aging Services by Great Place to Work and Fortune.
Staff and residents came together in the spirit of giving to donate school supplies for students at Presentation BVM School in Cheltenham as part of our organization's Kindness initiative. See below to read the article from the Northeast Times.
Congratulations to WEL Corporate office Controller, Catherine Brown Heckman, on receiving an honorary doctorate of humane letters degree from Rosemont College.