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Weisberg, Karen
June 2007
FoodService Director;6/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p34
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The article features the work of Lesha Colin as manager of Winchester Gardens, a continuing care retirement community in Maplewood, New Jersey. It is noted that Colin enhances life at Winchester Gardens by creating a sense of community. Pat Connolly, president of Sodexho Senior Services Division, confirmed the commitment of Colin to the retirement community. Colin offered a beeper system for food service customers.


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