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January 2021 Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

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Happy New Year from San Clemente Villas! Check out our January 2021 Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

January Special Events

Polar Plunge
Friday January 1st A refreshing start to the New Year! 3:00 Poolside Wear your bathing suit, bring a towel Meet your friends poolside. Countdown…3,2,1 All in together. Light refreshments will be served after swim

New Programs:

Share a Joke
Humor can lighten the day. Humor is a useful tool for interacting with people. Laughing together can ease tensions ...

Readers Theater
What is Readers Theatre? A technique of telling a story, reading parts “a script” divided and shared among readers. January’s skit “A Bicycle Built for Two”

Poetry Club
Share your favorite pieces of poetry, read works of your own, and experience different people's opinions. Poetry is an artistic medium which brings people together and delivers a certain kind of happiness

Make a friend a Neighbor!

The holidays are upon us! San Clemente Villas is looking to thank you for spreading the word of our wonderful community with some extra holiday cash! Think about who you know from your place of worship, from your old neighborhood, from social clubs, from civic groups, from your military service and make a friend a neighbor! When they move in, you will enjoy the benefit of one month’s rent as well as aiding in bringing new and exciting personalities to The Villas. Thank you for your continued support and reiterating that San Clemente Villas is truly the best home on the coast. Please feel free to reach out to Lauren Davidson at any time for more details.

January Activities

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. Activities will be either spaced, or outdoors or both. Remember, that the goal is to prevent the spread of anything from one person that might infect another. No more than 10 residents in an indoor group. Minimum of 6 feet between residents. Face masks worn at all times.

 

 

transportationScenic Drives

Tuesday @ 2:00pm

Maskes are required and be sure to wash your hands before arriving.

 

2020 exerciseSunday, Monday & Friday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing chair our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walks for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2019 bingoBingo is Back!

Wednesday - Monday at 3:00pm in the Activities Center

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. 

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts

Second Tuesday of the Month @ 1:00pm

This month make a card craft with Jessie!

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

January 2021 Employee of the Month

Nancy RodriguezNancy Rodriguez

Nancy Rodriguez is an essential employee here at San Clemente Villas by the sea. She was born in Mission Viejo Hospital. She is 25 years old. Nancy likes to go thrift store shopping, she collects toys and pastel colored 80’s and 90’s fashion. Her goal right now is to live on her own but she says that the rent is too high to do that. Her family consists of her dad Juan, her mom Bertha (who is a caregiver here), younger sibling Jace (who is at the front desk), and youngest sister Denise who just started High School. Her mother Bertha suggested working at the Villas since it's a very fast commute (5 minutes walking!). She’s been working here for 5 years as a server. “I've had a lot of fun years here, and have met some very warm hearted people, coworkers and residents alike. My motto is ‘if you see something wrong, be brave and speak up, since there's a lot of injustice in this world.’” Nancy is a very hard worker and definitely has the skills of an excellent employee. We are very happy to have her as part of the team.

 

We Love the Activities at the Villas!

A Special Thanks!

To all our frontline staff for all the hard work and dedication!

“Angels work here’’ Keeping our residents safe!

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

"The holly and the ivy,
When they are both full grown,
Of all trees that are in the wood,
The holly bears the crown:
O, the rising of the sun,
And the running of the deer
The playing of the merry organ,
Sweet singing in the choir."
- Christmas Carol

December holiday cheer is in the air, and even though we have had to find new ways to provide entertainment and keep our residents engaged and active, we are looking forward to lots of fun and exciting events here at The Villas! Everyone has come together throughout the past months to learn new things, try new approaches, and most of all stay safe in an ever changing situation.

We are celebrating “Holidays Around the World” with weekly themed Happy Hours every Friday poolside, and are adding lots of fun filled holiday themed events that can safely be managed within our current safety guidelines. With things changing so frequently on the regulatory front, we stay vigilant for any changes to what we are permitted to do, with the hope that we can expand our delivery of activities soon.

As the holidays approach, and we look to the New Year we are mindful of friends, family and those who brighten our lives. On behalf of all of us here at San Clemente Villas by the Sea, we wish you a safe and happy holiday!

Stay well.

Laura Kephart, Executive Director
P:(949)489-3400 ext. 102

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COVID VS FLU VS ALERGIES

  • Experts note that the novel coronavirus, the flu, and allergies have different symptoms.
  • The main symptoms of the novel coronavirus are fever, tiredness, cough, and shortness of breath.
  • Allergies have more chronic symptoms and include sneezing, wheezing, and coughing.
  • The flu has symptoms similar to the novel coronavirus, such as fever and body aches, but influenza usually doesn’t cause shortness of breath.

If you have a runny nose or itchy eyes, it doesn’t mean that you have covid. However, if you have a cough, fatigue, and a fever, you might have COVID-19. Then again, it could also be seasonal flu. “Not all symptoms are created equally.

While it might seem like you have coronavirus, you may simply be experiencing seasonal allergies or influenza,” “There are many symptoms of cold, flu, and COVID that are similar, and it may be difficult to distinguish,” “They’re all caused by viruses, but different viruses cause each of these infections.”

“However, one key difference between the three is a symptom of coronavirus is shortness of breath “Shortness of breath is a common sign of COVID-19 which occurs prior to the development of pneumonia. Generally, the flu or a cold does not cause shortness of breath unless it has progressed to pneumonia, in which case you’ll also want to contact your healthcare provider.” “Influenza does mimic COVID-19 very closely, but the shortness of breath is not usually as severe as it is with COVID-19 With COVID-19, shortness of breath often occurs 5 to 10 days after the first sign of fever.

If you have not received your annual flu vaccine please notify the Wellness Dept. We will be happy to reach out to your physician to obtain an order and administer it to you. Please report any signs and symptom of Covid, Flu or allergies to the Wellness department immediately.

Please remember to wear your mask over your nose and mouth when on commom areas.

Director of Clinical Services
Cara Deiro, LVN ext. 103

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December Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

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December is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our December Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

December Special Events

Tropical Santa Party -12/1
Photos with Santa 3:00pm

Victorian Tree Lighting – 12/2
6:00 pm

Afternoon High Tea – 12/15
3:00 pm

Resident Christmas Candlelight Dinner 12/16
4:00 pm & 5:00 pm

Happy New Year’s Party – 12/31
New Years in Time Square Celebration’s 3:00 pm

Make a friend a Neighbor!

The holidays are upon us! San Clemente Villas is looking to thank you for spreading the word of our wonderful community with some extra holiday cash! Think about who you know from your place of worship, from your old neighborhood, from social clubs, from civic groups, from your military service and make a friend a neighbor! When they move in, you will enjoy the benefit of one month’s rent as well as aiding in bringing new and exciting personalities to The Villas. Thank you for your continued support and reiterating that San Clemente Villas is truly the best home on the coast. Please feel free to reach out to Lauren Davidson at any time for more details.

Happy Holidays!

 

December Activities

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. Activities will be either spaced, or outdoors or both. Remember, that the goal is to prevent the spread of anything from one person that might infect another. No more than 10 residents in an indoor group. Minimum of 6 feet between residents. Face masks worn at all times.

Our plans for safe activities are:

2020 october activities

 

transportationScenic Drives

Tuesday & Thursday @ 2:00pm

Maskes are required and be sure to wash your hands before arriving.

 

2020 exerciseMonday, Wednesday & Friday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing chair our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walks for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2019 bingoBingo is Back!

Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday at 3:00pm in the Activities Center

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. 

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts

Second Tuesday of the Month @ 1:00pm

This month make a card craft with Jessie!

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

December 2020 Employee of the Month

Nadia PonceNadia Ponce

Nadia Ponce was born in Bueno Aires, Argentina. She is the second oldest of 10 kids. Nadia has three children, two of which worked here at the Villas. Martina, her youngest, was a server and her eldest daughter Daiana works as an Activities assistant. She enjoys walking out in nature and being with her family. She also loves to make desserts. She would love to perfect that craft and one day be able to sell pastries. She started working at the villas in 2004. She has worked in all departments. Laundry maintenance then moved to dishwashing and prepping food. Her mother Maria had started off first and recommended that she come work with her since she loved the place. After that, a lot of her family started working here for many years and they brought more people in to work. She enjoys working at the Villas, loves the ambiance and to help in any way she can. When she was a teenager about 14 years of age, she had visited a retirement home in Argentina. She said that one day she saw herself working in the senior community. Nadia likes to contribute “in the smallest way” to a place like this with a beautiful purpose. Nadia says that she tries to lend a hand always and comes to work every day “because it is a responsibility and we all have to play a part to make it better.”

 

A Special Thanks!

To all our frontline staff for all the hard work and dedication!

“Angels work here’’ Keeping our residents safe!

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Happy 18th Anniversary San Clemente Villas!

Dan Brazeau

On behalf of the Brazeau family I would like to thank all of our residents, family members, local businesses and our beautiful San Clemente community, for 18 years of support. As some of you know we lost my father Paul Brazeau the patriarch of our family, in May of last year. His dream was for San Clemente villas to stay a family-owned and operated luxury senior care community.

A little about my own background. I’ve successfully owned and operated a beautiful Assisted living community in the inland empire since 2006. I am also a licensed RCFE Administrator. I was instrumental in selecting and securing the location and the early development of San Clemente Villas, along with Paul’s wife Aileen Brazeau, and my siblings Mark Brazeau, Debbie Chapple and Leslie Brazeau.

After my father’s passing, I stepped in to oversee the operations, and in March of this year, brought Laura Kephart on board to assist us as our Executive Director. We have made many improvements so far this year. We have added a Cabana to our pool area, re-furnished our West Indies neighborhood, and patio, and you may have enjoyed a ride on our new Surf Woody Bus!

Leslie, Dan, Mark and Debbie

We have some big plans for renovations in 2021 including Paul’s Bistro and Wine Bar (My father loved his wine!), and renovations to our common areas and outdoor spaces - all designed with our residents’ comfort and enjoyment in mind.

Our Family will continue to provide excellent care and beautiful amenities for years to come. We will carry on our father Paul’s legacy for excellence and luxury, in a warm, friendly environment here on “The cruise ship that never sets sail”.

Thank you for allowing us to share your golden years.
Dan Brazeau

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November Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

2020 november newsletterNovember is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our November Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

 

November Activities

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. Activities will be either spaced, or outdoors or both. Remember, that the goal is to prevent the spread of anything from one person that might infect another. Our plans for safe activities are:

2020 october activities

 

transportationScenic Drives

Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday @ 2:00pm

Maskes are required and be sure to wash your hands before arriving.

 

2020 exerciseMonday, Wednesday & Friday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing chair our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walks for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2019 bingoBingo is Back!

Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday at 3:00pm in the Activities Center

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. 

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts

Second Tuesday of the Month @ 1:00pm

This month make a card craft with Jessie!

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

notary serviceNotary Service

Open to all residents, family members This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the community. Customary fees are charged. Call for more information. Call Esmeralda for appointment (949) 335-8536 or (949) 489-3400 You can also email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

November 2020 Employee of the Month

Rosa VasquezRosa Vasquez

Rosa Vasquez was born and raised in San Clemente; she was born in San Clemente Hospital. She has lived in her current house for 23 years. She loved to play soccer and basketball growing up. She has two brothers: one middle brother named Jorge and the youngest one is Jesus. She graduated from San Clemente High in 2015. Rosa loves to draw and shares that passion with her father and middle brother. Rosa also loves to dance hip hop. She says that she met her best friend Gigi as a senior. She’s been friends with her for five years.When she graduated, at the age of 18, she started working in memory care. She was a caregiver and later was aMed-Tech atAtria in San Juan.After being there for three years she came to San Clemente Villas. She is about to be here for two years. She has a lot of friends that were already working here. She says that she really loves working here. Rosa has been going to college to be an RN. She said that she’s been wanting to be a nurse since middle school. Her mother later shared that she was a nurse back in Mexico. Her best friend Gigi now works here with her. Even though she was going to school to be an RN, she is changing her major to be a Nurse Practitioner. Rosa says that she loves working for the seniors and that is why she changed her major. She says that she loves spending time with the elderly, helping them with their needs. She says that the most valuable thing in her life is her family. Congratulations on being Employee of the Month, Rosa. We all appreciate you so much here at the Villas!

 

Announcing the addition of Ann Ruscoe to the San Clemente Villas staff!

Activities DirectorWith 20 years of experience in Assisted Living, Ann will be ourActivity Director. She started on the path to being your Activity Director by volunteering at an early age in a retirement residence. Ann was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. She moved to California in 2018 to be closer to family. Ann has two daughters, Harmony and Hailey, and two grand-children, Lennox and Harlow. Just two years living in California she has found a passion for ocean breezes and a new sense of adventure. Her focus is on living each moment to the fullest and her passion is to “Make a difference”.

 

Please join us in welcoming Lauren Davidson to our team!

Lauren DavidsonPlease join us in welcoming Lauren Davidson to our team! Lauren will be our Director of Marketing. Lauren joins our team with about 10 years of experience in the Senior Industry. Born and raised in Southern California, she has many fond memories of time spent in the warm sun and on the sandy beaches of San Clemente. When she was not sure which career path she would end up taking, she fell into senior living and has never turned back. She says that the thing she enjoys the most about her job is the relationships with residents, family members and friends she meets along the way. She feels that being a resource to guide new residents and family members through this transition process is truly a rewarding one! Lauren has two children, Logan and Charlie and she, along with her Husband Tim, and pup Izek live just around the corner!

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Marketing Check-in: Happy 18th Anniversary San Clemente Villas

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The day I applied at the Villas and was hired I had no idea that I would be here 11 years later. I was a lot younger then of course. We have a lot of employees still working here since the very beginning that is so amazing and unheard of. Being privately owned and operated by the Brazeau family, the Villas is able to retain high caliber employees. Because of their attention to detail when selecting candidates to join their staff, our team is dedicated, committed and enduring. The Villas family is comprised of residents, staff and family. The staff looks after the residents with care and tenderness in their hearts. October also calls for Halloween. This year things are going to be a little different than what we’re used to, but I believe that the most important thing is to be with your family. In my case I enjoy every minute I have with my two boys.

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

““October gave a party;
The leaves by hundreds came-
The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples,
And leaves of every name.
The Sunshine spread a carpet,
And everything was grand,
MissWeather led the dancing,
ProfessorWind the band."
~George Cooper, October's Party

Autumn has arrived and as the temperatures cool, we look forward to savory fall meals, apple treats and cider, a warm cozy blanket and the company of good friends or a good book. Here at San Clemente Villas by the Sea we have already begun planning for the upcoming holiday season, to make sure we have everything prepared for our residents and all to enjoy! October is the month ofWorld Smile Day, Indigenous People Day (formerly known as Columbus Day), Dictionary Day and of course…Halloween!

The metaphor for October is transformation. Leaves change colors, the weather changes from warm to cool, sweaters and cardigans come out of storage to change up our wardrobe choices. The Villas has gone through a transformation as well, as we’ve faced the challenges of the coronavirus and learned new ways to live together and support each other during these ever-changing times.

As always, the Villas family of staff are here to help. If you need anything at all, please let us know…we’re all in this together, and we are here to support you.

Happy Autumn, and stay well.

Laura Kephart, Executive Director
P:(949)489-3400 ext. 102

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October Covid Activities Update

October Activities

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. Activities will be either spaced, or outdoors or both. Remember, that the goal is to prevent the spread of anything from one person that might infect another. Our plans for safe activities are:

2020 october activities

Watch the “whiteboard” by front desk daily!

We will also have: Scenic drives; Residents can schedule window visits or “Face Time”/“Zoom” visits (see activities or front desk); One-on-One help with a chaperoned walk, help with shopping, computer, or cellphone issues, etc.; and we will be having a Halloween party! Details to be given during October.

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October Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

2020 October newsletterOctober is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our October Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

 

October Activities

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. Activities will be either spaced, or outdoors or both. Remember, that the goal is to prevent the spread of anything from one person that might infect another. Our plans for safe activities are:

2020 october activities

 

2020 exerciseMonday, Wednesday & Friday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing chair our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walks for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2019 bingoBingo is Back!

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday at 3:00pm in the Activities Center

We will continue to follow Orange County Health Department guidelines of wearing masks covering mouth and nose to activities. Be sure to wash your hands before arriving. 

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts

Our Executive Director, Laura will be doing a craft on the second Tuesday of the month at 1:00 p.m.

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

notary serviceNotary Service

Open to all residents, family members This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the community. Customary fees are charged. Call for more information. Call Esmeralda for appointment (949) 335-8536 or (949) 489-3400 You can also email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

September 2020 Employee of the Month

Enedina BelloEnedina Bello

Enedina has been married for 28 years and has three kids, one girl and two boys. Her husband Ricardo Bello is an incredible man and he is always very attentive. He seems strict but to make sure his kids have good discipline and have a great future. They both love to dedicate their all to their kids. Her daughter Kelly is now working for a Foster Care facility as a social worker and going for her Master’s degree. Her son Cristian is a Marine and has one more year to finish schooling at his University and her youngest, Andrew, is in his second year of high school. Her family is very united, whatever problem they have they resolve it as a family. The three of them are living with Enedina still. She loves to cook for them, she makes sure to have a meal done before she goes to work. During a period of time, her husband was left without work. So she went to apply as housekeeper but the only position was caregiver. She took the job and has been here ever since. Enedina has been working here at the Villas for about three and a half years. She loves to work here, saying she feels at home when she is here. Caring for the residents feels to her as if she is taking care of her family. She loves to help the residents with their needs. Enedina says that working here she learns to value life more and enjoy life in the moment. Enedina you are a cherished employee.

 

October 2020 Employee of the Month

Gigi RodriguezGigi Rodriguez

here at the Villas. She was born in Seattle but grew up in San Clemente. She was born on December 7th, 1998. “My horoscope is Sagittarius which describes me exactly as I am.” She loves to dance; we have seen her dance moves in our employee Christmas parties. Gigi says she also loves to travel. She says she hasn’t been to many places but loves Seattle, she loves California and to visit TeacalcoMorelos,Mexico where her dad is from. She is the oldest of eight siblings. She loves to take care of them, taking them to get food, desserts, the beach, or places they like. She prefers the pools over the beach, “which is funny because I live in California”. In high school she worked with disabled kids since her brother Hector had a disability. He is now gone but forever cherished. Working with disabled kids helped her get a better understanding of how to care for her brother while he was with her. Later after high school in Seattle, she studied to be a Phlebotomist. She later moved when she was about 19 years out of her dad's place and loves living with roommates. “It showed me to be more independent, to do things on my own, and value myself. My role model was grandmother Elena because she was so independent.” Her grandmother was a widow, she had nine kids and raised them all herself. When her parents divorced, her grandmother stepped in and raised Gigi and her brother until she was about 13 years old and moved in with her dad. She would take them to school every single day while she was a Nanny to some of the kids that she went to school with. On the side she would sell tamales and quesadillas. Gigi has been working here since February 2019. She says she loves it because she loves her grandma, so she treats the residents as if she was taking care of her grandma. This place has helped Gigi to learn more about residential care and how to deal with dementia. Her grandmother is at the beginning stages of dementia so it’s helped her educate the family. “Working here we realize that it’s the little things that matter.” She started working here because her best friend Rosa worked in residential care for three years and they both live down the street. She says she loves the environment here and the coworkers. “It is like a big family. You get to see so many personalities.”We are so happy to have you, Gigi, as part of our staff!

 

We Love the ACTIVITIES at the Villas

barbara corriganHere are some of our recent events & activities at San Clemente Villas by the Sea. Our Activities Director, Barbara Tancredi Corrigan, does a wonderful job, Thank You Barbara!

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

‘Tis moonlight, summer moonlight,

All soft and still and fair;

The solemn hour of midnight

Breathes sweet thoughts everywhere

~Emily Bronte~

Growing up as a child, I was very fortunate to have two greataunts and a great-uncle living next door to us. My elegant aunts allowed me access to dusty attic trunks full of beautiful hats and clothes, beads and brooches, and spritzes of cologne from the lovely glass atomizers on their dressing tables. Many a Summer day was spent enjoying a picnic in all of our finery in the garden my Aunt Hilda tended daily. They insisted on cloth napkins and good manners, clean faces and hands, and sitting up straight. Aunt Edna made the most delicious scones I’ve ever tasted, and we would sit outdoors for hours, visiting and enjoying the Summer sun. Our Uncle John was a stately gentleman who had been a judge, and although he was rather stoic my younger brother could always manage to coax him and his driver Jim to take us on outings for ice-cream on a hot afternoon. These genteel ladies taught me the importance of attention to detail, as well as how to embroider, bake, garden and sew. Overall, I learned that” gracious living is the result of meticulous planning” asAunt Edna would say. No guest came to visit that was not met with a warm smile, a good cup of tea, and a well cooked meal or “nosh” as she called any food eaten out of the timeframe of a meal. As we welcome August here at San Clemente Villas by the Sea, I recall these Summer memories, and all of the effort that went in to making them special for us. My staff and I are working together to bring this same attention to detail to all of the events and services that we provide to you; our residents, and to assure that all of our residents enjoy themselves, even during these challenging times. Please know that your suggestions will be met with a ready ear and an open mind. The San Clemente Villas staff and I are available to discuss your suggestions and concerns personally, through voice mail, or email. Drop by for a visit, or drop a note in the suggestion box at the Front Desk. Our passion is, and should always be, to make your lives better.

Here’s to a beautiful Summer!

Laura Kephart, Executive Director
P:(949)489-3400 ext. 102

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August Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

2020 august newsletterAugust is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our August Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

notary serviceNotary Service

Open to all residents, family members This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the community. Customary fees are charged. Call for more information. Call Esmeralda for appointment (949) 335-8536 or (949) 489-3400 You can also email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

2020 exerciseMonday & Wednesday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing FIT exercises via DVD in our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walk at 4:15 for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2020 water aerobicsWater Aerobics with Sandra

Thursday at 2:00

This activity is perfect for people who need to exercise, but have difficulty standing and walking. The water holds you up and allows you to do your aerobics without fear of falling. Sandra is a Physical Therapist who specializes in water aerobics. This activity will be held “weather-permitting”. Join us any time! Sandra Wong, MPT

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts with Daiana

On hold during COVID. Our Executive Director, Laura will be doing a craft on the second Wednesday of the month (June 10th) and Daiana will be doing watercolor class the other Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. until further notice.

 

2020 caregiversLet's Talk Caregiving with Amelia Diaz, Care Manager

The fourth Thursday of each month @ 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the Library

This is a forum for the express purpose of having opportunity to discuss with the Villas’ Care Manager, any questions, praises, concerns or ideas with regard to the care you or a loved one receive at San Clemente Villas.

 

August 2020 Employee of the Month

Lorena HernandezLorena Hernandez

Lorena Hernandez is our Employee of the month for this month of August. She is a dedicated, positive, and hardworking employee. Lorena is married to Diego. She is a mother of a baby girl named Paulina. She is 3 years old. Lorena loves to play with her and read her stories. They love to all hang out and always spend time as a family. She comes from a big family. She has 8 siblings, 5 women and 3 men. Their family is from Guanajuato, Mexico. She believes that family is the most important thing and that’s why she also loves working here. She says the schedule that they have here at the Villas is perfect for life back at home. She gets to spend a lot of time as she gets off around 3 o’clock. She loves working at San Clemente Villas. It’s been since 2018. She says that what makes it special is the ambiance here. She feels good working in this atmosphere. We very much appreciate having Lorena here as part of the staff. Thank you for your hard work and dedication. Congratulations, Lorena!

 

We Love the ACTIVITIES at the Villas

barbara corriganHere are some of our recent events & activities at San Clemente Villas by the Sea. Our Activities Director, Barbara Tancredi Corrigan, does a wonderful job, Thank You Barbara!

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Marketing Check-in: Happy 4th of July

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It’s unbelievable to say we’re in July already. Due to Quarantine I feel that half of the year just went by and we didn’t even notice. COVID-19 brought me closer to my family and it reminded me that I need to stop and reach out to family whom I hadn’t visited in a long time. I picked up my phone and called a lot of my aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends to make sure they were doing well and see if they needed anything. At home we have been spending a lot of time together watching movies, listening to music and even playing board games together - something we hadn’t done in a long time. Both my kids got to get home-schooled by their aunt. At first it was all very nice, but after a while my sister-in-law would tell me “I don’t know how these teachers do it!” I laughed at first and then when I took a couple days off work and helped her at home I was ready to get back to work as soon as possible. I would like to say thank you to all the essential workers here at San Clemente Villas. Thank you for all you do. And a big thank you to all the nurses, doctors, grocery store workers, and first responders - all of you are there for us. 2020 is a year we will never forget and I feel like it has brought all of us closer together and we will continue to get through it together.

The Marketing Girls,
Esme and Dianna

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

" O beautiful for spacious skies
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountains majesty
Above thy fruited plain!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!"
Katherine Lee Bates

Summer! As a young girl growing up in Western New York, I dreamt of it in late Fall as the air turned crisp. I waited for it patiently as we bundled up and shoveled a path to our road to walk to school, each of us with a hot scone in our pocket (wrapped in foil to help keep us...and it...warm), and somewhat less patiently as that same white blanket of snow turned gray and slushy in Spring. As we move into the warmer months, we're helping residents take some time to enjoy the great weather, and all of the lovely amenities we have here at San Clemente Villas. Our front Courtyard, patio and beautiful poolside areas are consciously designed to help residents relax, listen to the fountains, enjoy the flowers and birds, and catch some healthy rays to boost their Vitamin D. We invite them to try a scenic drive on our cool new van, join our walking group, or sit with a friend and visit outdoors! Our Happy Hours and wine mixers will be incorporating more outdoor sun time this month, and we look forward to seeing residents join in for some Summer Time Fun! This month, we also celebrate America and our Independence with a plethora of patriotic activities and events, including our Fourth of July Resident Barbecue and celebration. We are always excited to hear new ideas from our residents on things they would like to try...we ask that they drop a suggestion at the Front Desk, or feel free to email any of us! Our email addresses are our first names and then @sanclementevillas.com.

Happy Summer!

Laura Kephart, Executive Director
P:(949)489-3400 ext. 102

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July Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

2020 july newsletterJuly is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our July Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

 

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Happy Independance Day

Saturday, July 4th @ 11:00am out Front

We have Cmdr. (Ret) John Doogan coming to speak to us to help us celebrate our Nation's Independence Day! WEAR A HAT and/or SUNGLASSES Immediately Following we will have a BARBECUE. 

Residents will be able to choose a hot dog, hamburger or cheeseburger and sides which will be dished up by kitchen staff. You'll take your plate and sit, distancing yourself in chairs out front (away from the barbecue), in the lobby, Kahuna or 2 to a table in the dining room.

THIS IS FOR RESIDENTS ONLY

 

touched by an angel

Miss Going to Church?

Sundays @ 11:00am in the Activities Center

We show one episode each week of this award winning series. It reminds us that there are angels among us, and for believers, that "nothing is impossible with God”. Be prepared to laugh and cry, but mostly to be touched and changed in positive ways.

 

notaryNotary Service

Open to all residents, family members This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the community. Customary fees are charged. Call for more information. Call Esmeralda for appointment (949) 335-8536 or (949) 489-3400 You can also email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

2020 exerciseMonday & Wednesday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing FIT exercises via DVD in our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walk at 4:15 for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2020 water aerobicsWater Aerobics with Sandra

Thursday at 2:00

This activity is perfect for people who need to exercise, but have difficulty standing and walking. The water holds you up and allows you to do your aerobics without fear of falling. Sandra is a Physical Therapist who specializes in water aerobics. This activity will be held “weather-permitting”. Join us any time! Sandra Wong, MPT

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts with Daiana

On hold during COVID. Our Executive Director, Laura will be doing a craft on the second Wednesday of the month (June 10th) and Daiana will be doing watercolor class the other Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. until further notice.

 

2020 caregiversLet's Talk Caregiving with Amelia Diaz, Care Manager

The fourth Thursday of each month @ 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the Library

This is a forum for the express purpose of having opportunity to discuss with the Villas’ Care Manager, any questions, praises, concerns or ideas with regard to the care you or a loved one receive at San Clemente Villas.

 

July 2020 Employee of the Month

John McKownJohn McKown

John is a worker that we consider to be a big asset to our team. He is an incredible employee recognized and elected by both his co-workers and residents. He is a kind man full of soul and compassion. Let me tell you a little bit more about why John is this month’s employee of the month. John was born in Torrance, California. He is the only boy and has three sisters that he went to school with. He was raised in San Pedro and graduated from San Pedro High School. He was born on the hottest day on record in Torrance on September 1st, 1955. Growing up he was introduced to surfing and fell in love with it. He traveled all over the world to surf. Places like the North Shore of Hawaii, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and many more places. He went to Saddleback College and got his Associate degree. He worked for AT&T for 36 years. Then he retired, but decided to still pick up another job because his wife is a paralegal who won’t stop working. So he decided that the best fit would be to work in a retirement home because his mother-in-law was in an assisted living place and he loved the way they were treating her, so he wanted to be a part of something like that. He also had a VERY, very deep love for his grandparents so he thought it would be a perfect fit. He says that he absolutely loves working here at San Clemente Villas. He loves the family atmosphere, the residents and his coworkers. He believes that “whatever little he gives to people comes back to him tenfold.” One thing he highly emphasized is that the biggest treasure he has is his wife Lori and “when you get me, you get her, because she’s the one that sends the little gifts like the soaps and the chocolates. She’s very generous and she loves to share and I love to share it with her.” They’ve been married almost 37 years. They are both HUGE animal lovers and absolutely love people & cherish friendships. John would like to add that he is so grateful to be a part of such a lovely work place with people he feels are like one great big family. Congratulations John on being Employee of the Month!

 

We Love the ACTIVITIES at the Villas

barbara corriganHere are some of our recent events & activities at San Clemente Villas by the Sea. Our Activities Director, Barbara Tancredi Corrigan, does a wonderful job, Thank You Barbara!

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

New Month of June Update

Dear San Clemente Villas Extended Family,

I hope this finds you all healthy and well. We currently have no reported cases of COVID-19 at the Community, and are working diligently to prevent exposure and continue that success.

Over the last 12 weeks, we’ve implemented stringent precautionary measures, intensive cleaning and disinfecting protocols and a COVID-19 screening process that not only records vital health statistics but also tracks a person’s personal travel and recent contacts. Our reception teams have expanded their role beyond the hospitality we are known for to become a first line of defense, with careful screening of anyone who comes to our door.  We’ve restricted visitors, allowing only those most essential: medical, hospice and end of life visitors.  Our front patio area has been redesigned to promote social distancing and prevent exposure, and we have created a dedicated Visiting Window with shaded seating for safe visits. We’ve fought to not only mitigate the spread of this virus but also try to lessen the impacts of these extraordinary precautions on families and loved ones. It’s a delicate balance we constantly strive to achieve.

This disease isn’t over, but we do believe we see light at the end of the tunnel. We’d like to share that light with you, but we also need your help. Quarantine has lasted too long and we must do something about it, but there will be limits based on both regulatory directives and prudence. We have worked hard to put our community in the best position to get back to as close to normal as possible – as quickly as possible – but it’s going to be a progressive process. Each step must be taken as safely as the last. Most crucially, we must continually prove to state and local regulators that we are ready, and advocate for allowing each next step. We believe people belong together. Isolation cannot be a permanent strategy for any society, especially for our residents.

As California begins to ease some of the constraints currently in place, it unfortunately doesn’t mean our residents are any less vulnerable. We can all agree some of the changes in how we work, care for and interact with our residents and teammates will continue into the future. So, we are continuing to consult with leading health and wellness experts and are developing a phased approach to plan for the future. We want to be sure the path we take is thoughtful, careful and focuses on creating a community environment that emphasizes safety for everyone. Everything from our cautious return to restaurant dining to easing visitation and trip restrictions is being meticulously planned for by our operations team.

We’re all in this together…and here at the Villas that sentiment has become our mantra. Staff are going above and beyond to think outside of the box and support our residents, and each other, during this difficult time. Our conscientiously planned activities are vibrant and filled with love and laughter. Our residents are coming together in new ways to visit each other, and supplement the social element of what we do here at the Villas. New friendships have been formed, new experiences are being had, and we maintain an attitude of gratitude, optimism and hope. Thank you all for your continued support, compliance and patience.

Stay well,

Laura

Laura Kephart
Executive Director
P:(949) 489-3400 ext. 102

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Marketing Check-in: Happy Father's Day

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A Father Means:

A father means so many things…
An understanding heart,
A source of strength and support
Right from the very start.
A constant readiness to help
In a kind and thoughtful way.
With encouragement and forgiveness,
No matter what comes your way.
A special generosity and always affection, too.
A father means so many things when he’s a man like you

Happy Father’s Day to all our Fathers at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

The Marketing Girls,
Esme and Dianna

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From the desk of the Executive Director

Laura Kephart

It is the month of June,
The month of leaves and roses,
When pleasant sights salute the eyes
And pleasant scents the noses."
- Nathaniel Parker Willis, The Month of June

Dear Residents and Families,

Thank you all for the warm welcome I have received since my arrival at San Clemente Villas by the Sea in mid-March. I look forward to working closely with the residents, families and staff as your Executive Director, and assuring your continued happiness with our many services and amenities.

April and May were busy months for us here at The Villas as we worked through implementing our current COVID precautions and adjusting our daily lives to protect our residents and staff from exposure. Amidst it all, we celebrated Mother’s Day, and enjoyed a great Cinco de Mayo Hallway Happy Hour. In June, we are looking to add more Covid conscious activities for our residents, while maintaining the precautions that are keeping us healthy and virus free.

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and we will celebrate with a special Barbecue Supper honoring all of our special men, including a wide variety of pie selections for our residents to enjoy. This month, we also welcome Summer to our lovely home on June 20th! We’ll have a special beach themed Happy Hour on the 19th to help ring in the warmer weather, with music and delicious summer themed appetizers. We will also be sprucing up our outdoor seating areas, adding some new flowering plants to our pool area and courtyard, and freshening up the patio seating for all to enjoy, while we maintain our social distancing but get outdoors for some fresh air and sunshine.

Please feel free to stop by my office if you have any questions or would just like to meet in person. I’m also available by phone, text or email. I look forward to getting to know each of you in the days and weeks to come!

Best Regards,

Laura Kephart
Executive Director
P:(949)489-3400 ext. 102

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June Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea

2020 june newsletterJune is here at San Clemente Villas! Check out our June Newsletter to see what is happening this month!

 

2020 fathers day

Happy Father's Day

Sunday, June 21st

Wishing you and your family a wonderful day from all of us at San Clemente Villas!!

 

notaryNotary Service

Open to all residents, family members This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the community. Customary fees are charged. Call for more information. Call Esmeralda for appointment (949) 335-8536 or (949) 489-3400 You can also email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2020 thehutThe Hut

Open Daily @ 10:00-11:00

Lower level across from the Activites Center. Or call Store Clerks if there is something you need emergently.

 

2020 exerciseMonday & Wednesday Exercise

10 a.m. in the Activities Center

Monday with Keith (on DVD); Wednesday Balance & Mobility and Friday with Jane (on DVD) 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Activities Center. During COVID we are doing FIT exercises via DVD in our Activities Center Lower Level. We also have a guided walk at 4:15 for residents who may need supervision. These walks will occur Wednesday through Sunday until further notice.

 

2020 water aerobicsWater Aerobics with Sandra

Thursday at 2:00

This activity is perfect for people who need to exercise, but have difficulty standing and walking. The water holds you up and allows you to do your aerobics without fear of falling. Sandra is a Physical Therapist who specializes in water aerobics. This activity will be held “weather-permitting”. Join us any time! Sandra Wong, MPT

 

diy crafts diannaDIY Crafts with Daiana

On hold during COVID. Our Executive Director, Laura will be doing a craft on the second Wednesday of the month (June 10th) and Daiana will be doing watercolor class the other Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. until further notice.

 

2020 caregiversLet's Talk Caregiving with Amelia Diaz, Care Manager

The fourth Thursday of each month @ 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the Library

This is a forum for the express purpose of having opportunity to discuss with the Villas’ Care Manager, any questions, praises, concerns or ideas with regard to the care you or a loved one receive at San Clemente Villas.

 

resident meetingMonthly Resident Meeting

1st Thursday of the Month

These meetings are a time to learn "what's going on," ask questions, and share concerns. It's also a time to give praise where praise is due!

Don't Miss Them.

 

June 2020 Employee of the Month

Pedro RuizPedro Ruiz

Pedro has been working at the Villas since 2002, in fact, since San Clemente Villas first opened! He started working here because of Paul and Aileen. He used to work at Baker’s Square. Paul and Aileen would take all of their employees to eat there so Paul hired Pedro because he loved his cooking. Pedro explains that Baker’s Square was like a Carrow’s or Denny’s, a casual place to spend time and eat great food. Pedro has two daughters and two grandchildren. As a pastime, Pedro likes to go fishing. One time he was fishing at the Harbor and was about to throw the bait over and Aileen and Paul just so happened to pass by walking their dog, and their dog munched all of the bait up. So Paul and Aileen would always remind him of that story and they laughed about it a lot. Pedro likes working here because he wants the residents to eat appetizing food and receive good service. Pedro would like to share that he likes to enjoy life and go out to meet the world. He likes to travel to Mexico. The farthest south he’s been has been Colombia. We are very happy to have Pedro as part of the Staff. Congratulations on being Employee of the Month, Pedro!

 

We Love the ACTIVITIES at the Villas

barbara corriganHere are some of our recent events & activities at San Clemente Villas by the Sea. Our Activities Director, Barbara Tancredi Corrigan, does a wonderful job, Thank You Barbara!

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Meet the Nurses

We have some new faces here at the 'Villas!

Kristin Rodriguez - Wellness Nurse

I am a California native. I was born in Long Beach. I graduate from Long Beach Poly. After I graduated I joined the Air Force and was a MWR- Morale welfare and recre- ation specialist. My job duties in- cluded working the fitness center and in the mortuary. I was released with an honorable discharge due to pregnancy. I stayed home and raised my three children and then in 2006 I started part time nursing school. I graduated in 2009 and then started working at Villa Valencia as a med tech and then became the Wellness Nurse there until coming to San Clemente Villas by the Sea. My dad was a nurse in the cardiac cath lab. I was able to watch an open heart sur- gery and then knew I wanted to be a nurse. I choose to work in assisted living instead of being a cardiac nurse because while in nursing school working with the eld- erly population was so rewarding. My goal is to become an RN in the future. I love what I do each and every day.

 

Cara Deiro - Director of Clinical Services

My favorite animals are Horses and English Bull dogs. I was born in Memphis Tennessee down the street from Elvis Presley. My dad was in the Marines and we move to the El Toro Marine base when I was 13. My Grandmother and my mother were both nurses and my great great Grandfather was a Doctor in Silerton Tennessee. I grew up hanging out at hos- pitals and nursing homes. At the age of 16 I became a Certified Nursing Assistant and worked in skilled nursing with my mom as my supervisor. My senior year of High School I completed a Medical Assistant program and went to work for a dermatologist and became a surgical assistant. I graduated Nursing school in 1993 and worked for Lake Forest Nursing Center for 17 years as an LVN and Di- rector of Staff Development. I have been in management most of my nursing career in skilled nursing and Assisted Living communities. I be- lieve that Nursing is the Gentle Art of caring. It is my passion in life to follow my family’s footsteps and doing what I can to enhance the lives of the residents I care for each and every day. Any Questions or con- cerns, please feel free to reach out to me at the community or email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If it is urgent in nature and I am off the premises please have the front desk call me and I will gladly return your call.

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