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Randy Weston, founder and president of Weston Senior Living Center, Northampton, chats with resident Nicholas Bahrick, 95, administrator Michale Moser, Mark Bahnick, son, and Sue Bahnick, daughter-in-law. PRESS PHOTO BY AL RECKER Randy Weston, founder and president of Weston Senior Living Center, Northampton, chats with resident Nicholas Bahrick, 95, administrator Michale Moser, Mark Bahnick, son, and Sue Bahnick, daughter-in-law. PRESS PHOTO BY AL RECKER
Northampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock shakes the hand of Randy Weston, founder and President of Weston Senior Living, Northampton. The nursing facility celebrated 20 years of service last Saturday. PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK Northampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock shakes the hand of Randy Weston, founder and President of Weston Senior Living, Northampton. The nursing facility celebrated 20 years of service last Saturday. PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK
From left, founder and President of Weston Senior Living, Northampton, Randy Weston, State Representative Julie Harhart, 183rd, nursing home administrator Michele Moser and Northampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock gather after the proclamation presentations last Saturday. From left, founder and President of Weston Senior Living, Northampton, Randy Weston, State Representative Julie Harhart, 183rd, nursing home administrator Michele Moser and Northampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock gather after the proclamation presentations last Saturday.

Weston Senior Living Center celebrates 20 years

Thursday, October 9, 2014 by AL RECKER Special to The Press in Local News

Weston Senior Living Center, Northampton, observed its 20th anniversary last Saturday with a gala celebration at which residents, family, staff and dignitaries joined for an afternoon of activities, picnic, cake, music and a program.

Mayor Thomas D. Reenock proclaimed Oct. 4 as "Weston Senior Living Center Day" in Northampton, to a rousing sound of applause by the large crowd on hand.

Founder and President Randy Weston, an occupational therapist, recalled delivering milk and bread to the seniors before he took over the helm in 1994, bringing aboard with him Administrator Michele Moser.

Known as Northampton Village until six months ago, Weston said the 1001 Washington Avenue facility now takes the name of its other four senior care centers.

State Rep. Julie Harhart, R-183rd, presented Weston Senior Living Center with a citation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives noting its 20th anniversary.

"Northampton may be considered a bedroom community. Northampton Village Inc. for over 20 years has fufilled with honor their motto, 'Caring is What We Do Best for Our Seniors,'" Reenock said.

Bingo, polkas and celtic music filled the day's events.