Senior Centers

Cards from the heart

There’s a group of mischievous, giggling and sweet girls on the loose spreading Christmas cheer. The girls, some in their pajamas, were last seen dropping off holiday cards and art for

Seniors receive Passover meal

In celebration of Passover, 90 seniors in the Santa Clarita Valley were delivered meals Friday. Sheila and Scott Petri and their kids Sam, 13, and Sarah, 16, are congregants of

March lineup of Senior Center events released

In keeping with its outdoor, drive-in themed lineup, the Bella Vida Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center announced its March calendar of events, all of which seniors can attend from the

Senior Center announces February event lineup

The Bella Vida Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center has announced its lineup of events for February, keeping with its drive-in theme of events able to be attended by seniors from

Hart Dance Team performs for SCV seniors

As seniors drove through the Bella Vida Senior Center parking lot last week, they were treated to a special performance by the Hart High School dance team.  “Because of COVID,

Bella Vida gets into the Fourth of July spirit

Volunteers and staff at the Bella Vida Senior Center donned their most festive, patriotic attire, decorating the center’s parking lot with red, white and blue to make this quarantined Fourth

Making sacrifices for our seniors’ care

When residents at Oakmont of Valencia Senior Living went into lockdown in mid-March amid rising fears of the coronavirus, their lives changed drastically, but it was the staff who took

A shared coronavirus battle

Santa Clarita residents Mary and Roy M. Rios celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary on Feb. 4 at their new home in Oakmont of Valencia’s memory care facility. Little did they

Senior exercise class goes virtual

When Fit For Life exercise teacher Rosemary Competelli’s senior aerobics classes were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, she quickly realized she wanted to find a way to keep her

Teen performs for seniors stuck at home

When Hart High sophomore Jonah Burckert was looking for a creative way to audition as section leader in the Hart Regiment Band, he thought he would find something to help