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Executive director of the Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center

Web_beth_allenBeth A. Allen has been hired as executive director of the Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center in Hollywood. She starts September 22.

She previously was assistant executive director of the David Posnack Jewish Community Center.

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Meyerhoff Center

Meyerhoff Center Appoints Beth Allen as Executive Director

Hollywood Senior Services Center Begins Next 30 Years With New Administration, Board


Beth Allen has been appointed as Executive Director of the Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center.

Allen, who previously served as Assistant Executive Director of the David Posnack Jewish Community Center, will assume her new position with the Meyerhoff Center on September 22, 2008 in conjunction its 30th anniversary.

Her responsibilities include oversight of the Meyerhoff Center’s overall management, operations, personnel and elder services programs.

“Beth has the right experience and dedication to lead the Meyerhoff Center into its next 30 years,” said Mike Colodny, Chairman of the Center’s new Board of Directors.

Allen will focus on expanding the Meyerhoff Center’s scope and capacity, as well forging new business partnerships in order to better provide for the community and reflect its diversity.

“The community served by the Meyerhoff Center has evolved rapidly during recent years,” remarked Allen. “I look forward to creating new and different ways to meet its needs.”

In her previous roles at the Posnack Center, Allen’s leadership resulted in programming budget and membership increases, among other accomplishments that included collaboration with numerous community organizations such as Broward County Schools.

The Meyerhoff Center , which was formerly known as the Southeast Focal Point Senior Center, became a stand-alone non-profit organization in 2008.


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HOLLYWOOD SENIOR SERVICES CENTER INSTALLS NEW BOARD


The Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center, formerly known as the Southeast Focal Point Senior Center, is under new administration and the guidance of a newly-installed Board of Directors and Chairman.

Previously operating under the oversight of the Broward County Jewish Federation, the Center is now a stand-alone non-profit corporation.

The new organization’s location, programs, personnel and core mission remains unchanged.


The Meyerhoff Center Board of Directors Members are:

Mike Colodny, Chairman
Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate

The Honorable Ken Gottleib
Gottleib & Gottleib

Stephen Jackman, President
Seitlin Insurance

I Benjamin (Ben) Leong, CFO
School Board of Broward County

Dawn A. Thurston
Community Activist


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HOLLYWOOD SENIOR SERVICES FACILITY UNDER NEW ADMINISTRATION

The Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center, formerly known as the Southeast Focal Point Senior Center, is under new administration.

While the corporate name will officially change, the Center will be referred to as the Joseph Meyerhoff Senior Center/Southeast Focal Point.

Previously operating under the oversight of the Broward County Jewish Federation, the Center is now a stand-alone non-profit corporation directed by a newly-installed Board and Chairman.

In the transition to its new identity, the Hollywood-based senior services facility has donned the name of its greatest benefactor, South Florida philanthropist Joseph Meyerhoff.

The Center’s location, programs, personnel and core mission remains unchanged.

Ongoing programs include:

• Adult day care, counseling, health support, information and referral, public education, recreation, and transportation
• Caregiver Support Program includes (in-home) counseling as well as support groups for caregivers
• Broward Senior Intervention/Education (B.S.I.E.) - a pre-trial court intervention program
• Kosher Lunch - provided through Broward Meals on Wheels
• Alzheimer’s Alliance - provides case management, in-home respite, support and training groups for caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s Disease or related disorders
• Transitional/Intermediate Activities Program – for those in a transitional phase of aging
• Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAEP)
• Volunteer opportunities


Location: 3081 Taft Street, Hollywood, FL 33021

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Public information: (954) 966-9805 or info@sefp.fdn.com

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