Whitney Center, a not-for-profit senior living community that has been serving seniors since 1979, underwent a significant renovation and expansion to its campus between 2007-2011 and is now being recognized for the design and engineering achievements of the project.
Meeting up with friends, spreading out a blanket, sitting in one of the city’s scenic parks, maybe with a bottle of wine — for thousands of people each summer, this is the way to enjoy Shakespeare in New Haven.
Moviegoers who saw the recent film Selma may have wondered what it was like to take part in that famous march. Tower Grove Manor resident Sister Antona Ebo doesn’t have to wonder, she just has to remember.
The Connecticut Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association recently recognized Wanda Avila, Whitney Center’s Memory Support Coordinator, for the Most Growth in Fundraising in 2014 and recognized Whitney Center for its Bronze Sponsorship of the 2014 New Haven Walk to End Alzheimer’s.