Mar-a-Lago Gala Launches MorseLife’s Season of Events

PALM BEACH, FL – Guests of MorseLife will celebrate the joys of the Pacific islands during this year’s annual dinner, “An Evening in Polynesia.”

Lori Gendelman, Dorothy Kohl and Roberta Kozloff are chairing the program, Dec. 8 at The Mar-a-Lago Club. Patrick Park is honorary chairman.

Roberta Kozloff, Patrick Park, Dorothy Kohl, Lori Gendelman

Roberta Kozloff, Patrick Park, Lori Gendelman and Dorothy Kohl (seated)

The dinner dance is a presented by Friends of MorseLife, whose chairman is Phyllis Krock. For almost 30 years, Friends of MorseLife and its predecessors, the Women’s Auxiliary and Men’s Associates, have raised funds for MorseLife through events such as the dinner dance, luncheon and card party and golf classic.

The gala launches the winter season of events for MorseLife. Guests will enjoy décor, music and food reminiscent of the Polynesian culture.

MorseLife, which cares for seniors in Palm Beach County, including the homebound, frail and needy, holds the highest quality ranking among nursing homes – “5-Stars” – from Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration and the Gold Seal Award from the Governor’s Panel on Excellence in Long-Term Care, an honor only 2% of all Florida nursing homes have achieved.

MorseLife is also designated as one of two “Teaching Nursing Homes” by the Florida Legislature. Its services include short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, independent and assisted living, home care, geriatric care management, adult day care, and meals-on-wheels.

MorseLife recently began construction of a new, 120-bed short-term rehabilitation center on its campus, scheduled to open in late 2013.

For more information, call (561) 242-4661 or e-mail


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