24 May 2023

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Seal Beach City Council honors LW centenarian and WWII vet

Seal Beach City Council honors LW centenarian and WWII vet


CENTENARIAN The Seal Beach City Council honored World War II veteran and Mutual 12 resident Alfred Arrieta at its May 22 meeting. He turned 100 on May 23. The crowd errupted into applause as he received recognitions from the offices of First District Supervisor Andrew Do, Assemblymember Diane Dixon, Senator Janet Wynn, Congresswoman Katie Porter and the City of Seal Beach, each of whom

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LW Library still open during FOTL  Bookstore repairs

LW Library still open during FOTL Bookstore repairs


BOOKS AVAILABLE The Leisure World Library is open and serve residents with its many offerings. The LW Library was not affected by the recent closure of the Friends of the Library Bookstore, which is undergoing repairs related to water damage from the recent rains. An announcement will be made when the bookstore reopens. The library offers nearly 40,000 items to borrow such as hardcover, paperback,

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Surviving a Power Outage

Surviving a Power Outage


Residents are invited to learn how to prepare for and survive a power outage at the next CERT meeting, Friday, May 26, at 10 a.m., in Clubhouse 3, Room 9. When the electricity goes out, people have to figure out how to respond without lights or the ability to recharge their phone. Some medical devices won’t work and stores and banks may be closed. People can learn how to prepare and survive in

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POPPIES

POPPIES


34,000 chests across California. The poppies are given with the expectation of a corresponding donation to support veterans, their families and the military community. Remembrance Day, also known as Poppy Day, has been observed since 1919. The red poppy is a symbol of both remembrance and hope for a peaceful future. The Auxiliary promotes the poppy as a symbol of the sacrifices our military