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Asian American Heritage Month
Join us as we celebrate Asian-American Heritage Month with a cultural fusion community celebration on Saturday, May 7th from 11:30am to 1:30pm.  We will take a culinary tour of Asian cuisine and then the Royal Polynesian Revue will present an all ages luau show complete with drumming, singing and dancing.($7 Children, $12 Adults)

For more information on all of the scheduled events during Asian-American Heritage Month, please click here.
Telephone Reassurance Program
When Action Meets Compassion Lives Change
The Telephone Reassurance Program provides a daily safety check phone call to an older adult or adult with disabilities to offer a sense of security and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness.  The service is available to any older adult or disabled resident, who live alone.  

We are also seeking individuals 18 years or older who are eligible to volunteer for the Telephone Reassurance Program.

For more information about the program or how to volunteer, please click here.
Small Electronics Recycling Information
The Public Services Department has teamed up with Avenues To Independence, an non-profit agency that has supported adults with intellectual, physical and developmental disabilities since 1953.  The Public Services Department is now a recycling drop-off for small electronics, such as cell phones, cameras, laptops, MP3 players, etc.  There is now a blue bin in our lobby where residents can bring these types of items for recycling.  Televisions cannot be dropped off at Public Services.  For more information on what this recycling program and a list of items that will be accepted, please click here