It was the first night of Passover, and over 50 people at Collington appropriately celebrated the liberation of the ancient Hebrews from slavery in Egypt, grounding our service in universal themes. The service was led by Mitchell Naimark, husband of Barbara Naimark, who is our Director of Health Records. Dining Services did us proud, as did organizer Joan Zorza. Tim Sabin ended by reading the Declaration of Human Rights, the drafting of which was Chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt, and adopted without any dissents on December 10, 1948. Here are some photographs.