Seasons Retirement Communities donates proceeds from cookbook

Seasons Amherstburg, Seasons Lakeshore and Seasons Royal Oak Village in LaSalle recently donated $3,000 to the Alzheimer Society of Windsor-Essex County. The proceeds were raised through sales of the “Seasoned with Love” cookbook put out by Seasons. Bottom row (from left): Doreen Barclay, Vera Gregg and Joyce Webb. Top row (from left): Seasons Royal Oak Village general manager Danielle Stevenson, Alzheimer Society of Windsor-Essex County CEO Sally Bennett Olczak, Seasons Lakeshore business manager Niki Mills and Seasons Amherstburg leasing manager Ashley Gibb.

Seasons Amherstburg, Seasons Lakeshore and Seasons Royal Oak Village in LaSalle recently donated $3,000 to the Alzheimer Society of Windsor-Essex County. The proceeds were raised through sales of the “Seasoned with Love” cookbook put out by Seasons. Bottom row (from left): Doreen Barclay, Vera Gregg and Joyce Webb. Top row (from left): Seasons Royal Oak Village general manager Danielle Stevenson, Alzheimer Society of Windsor-Essex County CEO Sally Bennett Olczak, Seasons Lakeshore business manager Niki Mills and Seasons Amherstburg leasing manager Ashley Gibb.

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Seasons Retirement Communities recently donate the proceeds of its cookbook “Seasoned With Love” to the Alzheimer Society of Windsor-Essex County with the money being generated from each of the retirement homes the company operates, including Seasons Amherstburg.

Residents from each Seasons Retirement Community were asked to contribute their favourite recipes for the 118-page cookbook that includes a variety of entrées, side dishes and desserts.

Copies of “Seasoned With Love” were sold at every Seasons residence and the corporate office in June. Seasons Royal Oak Village in LaSalle as well as the Seasons locations in Amherstburg and Lakeshore raised $3,000 for the local Alzheimer Society branch.

In total, Seasons sold 475 books and raised a grand total of $6,658 for Alzheimer Societies in their respective communities.

“We are thrilled with the results of this fundraiser and would like to thank everyone who participated” says LeighAnne Voll, vice president of resident and guest services. “We decided to support the Alzheimer Society because of the increasing prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease among the senior population. Whether directly or indirectly, it is a disease that has touched the lives of many of our residents.”

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