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Advance Directives: Who Will
Make Decisions for You?
Advance Directives are the keys to ensure
that your medical care decisions will be
honored if you are too ill to express them.
Join Kim Reynolds, business development
director at McGregor’s Program of
All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE),
at 10 am Tuesday, May 15 at Main Library
when she speaks on the legal and social
issues surrounding this important topic.
She will review the questions you
should think about and the legal documentation
required to make sure things are
handled according to your plan. In addition,
she will suggest ways to initiate and manage
the conversations with family and others so
they are on board with your wishes.
Kim has served on the McGregor
Foundation board of directors for 10 years.
Prior to joining PACE, she was a partner in
LaGuardia Reynolds & Associates, where
she worked with executives and senior
executives to improve their leadership and
management effectiveness. She earned a
bachelor’s degree in Business Economics
from Purdue University and an M.B.A.
from the University of Michigan.
Please register online at
shakerlibrary.org or call 216-991-2030.
The History of Judaism
and Jewish Life in Cleveland
Sean Martin, associate curator of
Jewish history at the Western Reserve
Historical Society (WRHS), will tell the
story of Cleveland’s Jewish immigrants
from the 1830s to the present day at
7 pm Wednesday, April 11 at Bertram
Martin will discuss the development
of religious life, the growth of Jewish
social service organizations, and the role
of the Jewish community in the growth of
Northeast Ohio. Registration in advance