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December Events at San Clemente Villas by the Sea


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!

Happy Thanksgiving from the “West Indies”

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