Thursday, December 13, 2012
The Lexington family injured in a serious accident earlier this month faces a lengthy road to recovery, but a helping hand from the community will go a long way.
It’s been nearly two weeks now since a Lexington family of four sustained serious injuries stemming from a Dec. 1 accident on I-95 in Walpole, and as the mother and son begin to bounce back, a toddler and father face still procedures still head. According to a family friend, both 5-year-old Ben and Jana, the mother, are recovering from their injuries and do not expect any further surgery. However, Greg, the father, will require another surgery on his foot next week and Sammy, the 15-month-old, is scheduled for a tracheotomy today at Children’s Hospital and still can’t move his arms, the family friend said in a statement provided to Patch. “Thank you so much for all the incredible support we have experienced in this difficult time for our …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
A fund is being set up at Cambridge Trust Company to help the Hersch family as they begin to recover from injuries sustained in an accident last Saturday, Dec. 1, on I-95 in Walpole.
A Lexington family of four sustained serious injuries in a terrible accident last weekend on I-95 in Walpole and, with their toddler facing a long road to recovery, the community is coming together to lend a hand. The Hersch family’s oldest son is enrolled at the Children’s Center of Lexington and the CCL community has pitched in to provide things like meals, shopping and play dates. But now that it appears that the family’s 15-month-old toddler will require pediatric rehabilitation he can’t get in Boston, a fund is being set up through Cambridge Trust Company to help cover escalating expenses, according to Sally Gordon, director of the Children’s Center of Lexington. The toddler, according to a family friend, sustained a broken spine …
Sunday, September 25, 2011
An jazzed-up anniversary gala next weekend at Cary Hall will benefit the CCL school and scholarship fund.
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Sunday, September 25, 2011
Celebrating 40 years of nurturing and learning, the Children’s Center of Lexington is preparing to jazz things up with an anniversary event to benefit the school and its scholarship fund. On Saturday, Oct. 1, the CCL will host a gala benefit concert featuring the New Black Eagle Jazz Band at Cary Hall. The concert begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are available at Catch a Falling Star and Signature Stationers. In addition to the music, the gala event will honor “teachers of the past and present who have dedicated their time and expertise to the Center,” according to a press release. A photo montage of children who have attended CCL throughout the years will welcome guests in the lobby and run throughout the donation of the concert. “We …