by Cindy Longfellow
Juniper Village at Lebanon began the trend for Juniper Communities as residents dumped pitchers of ice water on employees’ heads as they participated in the ALS ice bucket challenge on Thursday, August 21, 2014, as you can see in the photo at left. (For more photos visit the Juniper Village at Lebanon blog.) They then nominated Juniper Village at Meadville.
Juniper Village at Meadville was nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by Juniper Village at Lebanon, which they completed on Friday, August 22, 2014. They decided to keep the love going in the Juniper family and nominated Juniper Village at Shenango and Juniper Village at Williamstown! They also nominated their local Meadville City Police Station. I’m sure they will be super excited. Technically you are supposed to have 24 hours to complete the challenge but I think 24 business hours would probably be ok! Juniper Village at Meadville is going to take a collection among their associates to donate money to alsa.org as well. (To watch their video visit the Juniper Village at Meadville blog.)
On August 28th, Juniper Village at Williamstown accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Juniper Village at Meadville. They challenged Jennifer Harris, our new Regional Director of Operations, Juniper Village at Brookline, and Juniper Village at Chatham. You have 24 business hours! (To watch their video visit the Juniper Village at Williamstown blog.)
On August 29th, Juniper Village at Brookline took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to a whole new level with a REALLY big bucket! Note, that they challenged the home office team. We have to think of something good for when we are all together! But, I am not sure there’s any way to top this. (See their outrageous video on the Juniper Village at Brookline blog.)