Paul’s Run Blog

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The Paul’s Run Annual Bazaar Engages Residents and Team Members to Support the Fellowship Fund for Benevolent Care

Every fall, the Friends of Paul’s Run, an organization of resident volunteers, and team members at Paul’s Run senior living community in Northeast Philadelphia, PA, come together in an exciting fundraising event to benefit the Paul’s Run Fellowship Fund. The daylong event offers jewelry, handmade crafts, books, baked goods, pretzels, and hot dogs for sale [...]

Moving as a Couple to a New Apartment in Independent Living at Paul’s Run

Al and Barb lived in their home in suburban Philadelphia, PA for many years before downsizing and relocating to Paul’s Run retirement community in Northeast Philadelphia. They had casually considered other places prior to their move. However, when Al became hospitalized earlier this year and required rehabilitation at Artman in Ambler, PA, it became clear [...]

Regaining Health, Vitality and Independence at Paul’s Run

Last fall, retired Philadelphia Police Officer, Gerry, experienced a medical emergency. That day, at Jefferson’s Emergency Room downtown, he was diagnosed with cancer of the mouth, which required immediate surgery. “While recovering, I could not eat or talk, since I had a feeding tube. I alternated staying with my two daughters, both of whom are [...]

Observing the Jewish High Holy Days at Paul’s Run

For Jewish residents at Paul’s Run retirement community in northeast Philadelphia, PA, as for Jews the world over, the important High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in September frame the intense reflective period known as 10 Days of Repentance between the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement. Reverend Michelle Wildridge, Director [...]