Friday, December 25, 2020
Thank you to Carlmont High School for putting a wonderful performance together for our Residents this Christmas.
Please take time to enjoy just a sample of some of their Fantastic & Clever talent!
Thursday, December 24, 2020
Tuesday, December 22, 2020
This year we miss visiting and seeing our wonderful volunteers.
Due to the current conditions our volunteers have worked hard making sure that we all are still enjoying the holidays.
Our Residents are enjoying all the cards. They are having fun decorating their rooms, doors and shelves with your lovely cards of good wishes.
Monday, December 14, 2020
Thank you both for making this such a wonderful and cheerful performance for all of us here at San Carlos Elms.
Monday, December 7, 2020
We might not be able to celebrate like we normally do this holiday season, but that is not keeping our spirits down.
We have the building decorated for the holidays and hope you may enjoy some of our holiday cheer.
Thank you to Sharilyn and Micheal for donating the lovely holiday packages and for our Mr. & Mrs. Snowman by our Grandfather clock.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Thank you also to the American Legion Auxiliary for donating poppies for us to have for our Residents.
Due to social distancing we were creative this Veterans Day.
Dawn from Kindred Hospice had a beautiful ceremony for our Residents yesterday. She brought each of our Residents whom served a certificate, a poem written by presenter from Air Force Veteran, Service Officer Honor Guard and American Legion Chaplin from Santa Clara Sunny Dosanjh and a pin to honor each service member.
Boy Scout Troop 321 and Pack 65 presented the colors this morning out in front of The Elms. We all said the Pledge of Allegiance, Luke played the National Anthem on his saxophone and Kyle played taps on his bugle. The Troop then retired their colors and waved at The Elms.
Please take the time to enjoy some moments caught on camera.
Sunday, November 8, 2020
Our Residents have been enjoying your many letters sent to them during this time. We miss seeing our volunteers, but we love hearing what they are doing.
Thank you to One Life Counseling, Young Men's Service League, Arbor Bay School, St. Charles School and Letters of Hope for taking the time to spread some words of encouragement and hope to all of our Residents.
We all look forward to the next round of letters. Some of our residents are having fun writing back to our wonderful volunteers.
Peninsula MultiFaith Coalition came by on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to sing for our Residents. They also made cards and bouquets of flowe...
Zoe, a fifth grader from San Carlos Charter Learning School , had a project idea and literally ran with it. She wanted to complete 10,000 s...
The staff in our Memory Program does an excellent job keeping our residents active during the day. We hope you enjoy these moments that we ...