The Summit at First Hill recently unveiled a unique exhibit of resident portraits and stories titled, “Faces of The Summit.” Planned as an activity to showcase the unique experiences of residents and, in turn, honor their individual stories; “Faces of the Summit” has professional portraits of more than 20 residents accompanied by heartfelt reflections on aging and recollections of days gone by. This exhibit, on display in the lobby of The Summit, has been such a success that it was recently covered in an article from The Seattle Times. “Faces of The Summit” is open to the public. The Summit at First Hill has no plan to retire it any time soon.

Essie Fleisch

“As my mother use to say, Gay Gezunt un Cum Gezunt.”

Hanna Adler

“Go with the flow, you never know what life sends you.”

Rose Liberman

“I have gone through a lot and I have learned a lot.”