Sunnyslope Manor Senior Housing Community “Gifted” with a Holiday Meal
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Sunnyslope Manor Senior Housing Community “Gifted” with a Holiday Meal


December 23, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — Residents of the city of Phoenix Sunnyslope Manor Senior Housing Community will be served a special holiday meal by The Terraces of Phoenix, a senior living community, at noon Thursday, Dec. 24, at 205 E. Ruth Ave.

The Terraces Foundation Committee staff and members will provide a traditional holiday meal including turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, and cheesecake as well as holiday music offered by Terraces resident Howard Lawrence, who will play an assortment of tunes on his portable keyboard. He has been volunteering as a keyboardist for almost 30 years.

“We are grateful to The Terraces of Phoenix for their generosity and friendship during this joyful holiday season,” said Delia Ramirez, Sunnyslope Manor manager. “Many of our seniors are far away from their families and this gesture of giving means so much to them.”

The meal is made possible through donations from The Terraces’ residents and staff, as well as several local vendors. Donations also will be used to present Sunnyslope Manor residents with a flat-screen television.

Sunnyslope Manor is a senior housing community owned by the city of Phoenix and provides housing to low-income senior citizens. The city’s Housing Department has a variety of housing options available for low- to moderate-income residents, including single family homes. More information on these programs visit or call 602-262-6794.

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