Monday, May 31, 2021

Memorial Day at San Calos Elms

 This whole weekend we have honored our past Residents who served for our country.

Today we handed out Poppies to each of our Residents to remember all of Veterans who are no longer with us.

Marilyn helped fluff all of the Poppies before we handed them out. Thank you Marilyn!


Here is a little history on the Poppy and the Veterans Flag flying today. 

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Activities Taking Place in our Memory Care

The staff has fun keeping our Residents active in our Memory Program.

Vija did a great job on her pig painting!

John did a good job on his painting too.


 We miss our Petting Zoo visits but, it is nice to have our fury friend staying with us.

Dalia is enjoying her time with our new dog. The Residents are still working on a name for him or her.

DZ loves the dog too!

The dog even gets into the dancing.
Arts & Crafts

Helen is concentrating on her flower design.

Virginia is working hard on hers too.

Marilyn loves crafting and creating as you can see by her cup design.

We have several different ways of exercising.
DZ and Linda are enjoying Therapy Ball.

Willa is enjoying Ring Toss.
Marilyn enjoys dancing.
Terri enjoys a good workout with music.

Special Activies Residents Enjoy

Here are some moments that we caught on camera. We are grateful for the activities we can have at this time, but most importantly the volunteers who have shown their devotion to our community and Residents. We can't Thank you enough!!!

Monthly Prayers


Rev. Sue Ann from Spirit Care zooms in monthly to meet with our Residents. We are grateful for Rev. Sue Ann's weekly prayer she sends us too!

Current Events
Carol still zooms in three times a week to meet with Residents about.
Caroline is sharing a family story with Carol.

 Wii Bowling!

Mary is our newest bowler and she is doing so well.

Friday, May 21, 2021

Young Volunteer Making Sweet Smiles

 Zoe, a fifth grader from San Carlos Charter Learning Center, had a project idea and literally ran with it. She wanted to complete 10,000 steps a day. Zoe thought if she was out walking why not pick up some treats for our Residents to enjoy. Supported by good wishes and donations for her project—a generous 7th grader, school families and relatives enabled Zoe to purchase bundtinis at Nothing Bundt Cakes for our Residents in our Memory Care Program.

Thank you Zoe for this wonderful project! We were happy to help you reach your step goals.
Keep up the great work and thank you again for all of these fantastic smiles you gave to each of our Residents with your afternoon treat.

Thank you Zoe!
Zoe delivering the bundtinis to The Elms.

Hiller Aviation Museum

Hiller Aviation Museum