Keansburg, NJ, November 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Families across the nation are coming together for a unique celebration this year. The Hanukkah and Thanksgiving holidays are coming together again for the first time in 125 years. Coming to be known on the Internet as Thanksgivukkah, this is a unique opportunity to make memories by celebrating with food and family in honor of this double holiday. It is truly something that will only come once in a lifetime and will be remembered for years to come.
Hannukah, also known in Judaism as the Festival of Lights, is a holiday that goes back thousands of years into history. Lasting for eight days, it celebrates the miracle of one day’s worth of oil lasting for a full eight days after the triumph of the Maccabees over King Antiochus. Thanksgiving, on the other hand, celebrates the uniting of the Native Americans and the Pilgrims in colonial times. This national holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November every year. Despite their differences, both holidays have an underlying effect of bringing families and friends together.
“Holidays are the most important time of the year for gathering families together. With the celebration of two different major holidays on the same day, now more than ever, we encourage the family and friends of our residents to join us in the festivities. We see a fantastic opportunity to effectively join these two holidays together with food, music, and friends, and can't wait to see the turn-out,” said Jennifer Horath, Administrator at Laurel Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Laurel Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center is hosting programs and events that reflect the festive nature of the day. Traditional games will be played, accompanied by traditional storytelling and followed by a meal made up of innovative combinations of signature dishes from both holidays. Family, friends, and loved ones are encouraged to join in on the festivities and to contribute to the spirit of community.
Laurel Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 123-bed skilled nursing facility providing top notch short-term rehabilitation and long-term care to the residents of Keansburg, NJ. Located on beautiful Sandy Hook Bay in Monmouth County, Laurel Bay has been providing high quality, comprehensive 24-hour care to its residents for over 25 years.
Laurel Bay's team of highly trained physical, occupational and speech therapists develop specialized treatment plans for each of its residents. Laurel Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center offers a unique Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program with a board-certified Pulmonologist on staff as well as a state-of-the-art Pulmonary Gym. In addition, Laurel Bay provides Alzheimer's/Dementia Care to its residents.
For more information on Laurel Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center, please contact Jennifer Horath, Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 732-787-8100. The facility is located at 32 Laurel Ave, Keansburg, NJ 07734. Kindly visit their newly redesigned website at www.LaurelBay.net. Like them at Facebook.com/LaurelBayRehab and Follow them at Twitter.com/LaurelBayCare.