Your Way!

 

Join the Friendship Circle on Sunday, November 1st for a virtual interactive Walk 4 Friendship

Each Walk 4 Friendship participant will be asked to fundraise $25.

Do the walk Your Way:

  • Explore your favorite neighborhood walking paths and routes recommended by FC on your own time and at your own speed.

or

  • Use a treadmill or elliptical for those looking to get in their walk at home.

or

  • Take a virtual walk from the comfort of your favorite electronic device.

The Walk will culminate in a virtual Celebration of Friendship and Community with all participants and sponsors

We are thrilled to be presenting Dorothy Pollon with the Shore-Whitehill Award, done in partnership with Jewish Residential Services (JRS), for being a Champion of Inclusion in our community and her years of dedication to The Friendship Circle.

 

Click Here To Sign Up TODAY!!!

 

 

FC Health and Safety Update as of March 4, 2022

We continue to monitor our health and safety measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other government organizations, and our Health and Safety Task Force. In line with these health and safety measures, and based on rising cases of COVID-19 locally, we are providing the following guidance regarding the use of face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here for a link to our current Health and Safety Guidelines.
Please contact Rivkee Rudolph at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

 

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