Levindale Auxiliary’s Face-To-Face Event Puts Smiles on Residents’ Faces
Posted Mar 26 2014 6:00am
Their resumes include teaching, owning businesses and driving trucks, but after a Sunday in March, many residents at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital can add spinning a basketball with one of the best to their CVs!
Spencer “Spinny” Johnson from the Harlem Globetrotters stopped by the town center for the Levindale Auxiliary’s annual Face-To-Face Purim event. He taught residents and their families how to twirl a ball on their fingers the way the pros do, showed off his own exciting skills and talked about the talented one-of-a-kind Globetrotters.
Watch Spinny and Toddler (Eve’s grandson).
“Spinny’s” appearance was only part of a jam-packed afternoon of fun festivities hosted by the Auxiliary. Accordion player, Yehuda Mond, provided live music and also accompanied Auxiliary members, family members and friends who held a Purim costume parade throughout Levindale.
Of course, no celebration would be complete without refreshments. Again thanks to the Auxiliary, everyone happily munched on hamentaschen in ...