06 January 2021
SUNSHINE CLUB With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing, it can be challenging to navigate all the information about the disease. Dr. Dara Nguyen will discuss the new COVID- 19 vaccines, covering how they work, what side effects to expect, when they will be available to various populations of the public and safety measures to take at the Sunshine Club’s upcoming Zoom meeting on Friday, Jan. 8,
SENIOR PEACE CLUB The Senior Peace Club’s will meet via Zoom on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 2 p.m. The topic for the next several months will be “Race, the Unfinished Business of Our Time.” During the meeting, the group will watch a YouTube video titled “Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses ‘White Fragility.’” The group will discuss the video after watching. To participate on the computer,
By Mary Larson LW contributor Leisure World Democrats are reminded that the next club membership meeting, originally scheduled for Jan. 20, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 27, at noon via Zoom. The meeting will feature the importance of the upcoming special election for LW’s District 2 representative on the Orange County Board of Supervisors. The position was vacated by Michelle Steel.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA About 612,000 more coronavirus vaccine doses are headed to California as state officials try to speed up the rollout. On Jan. 4, Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state’s inoculation program, which began Dec. 14, should be more efficient in coming weeks. As of Jan. 3, about 454,000 doses had been administered, about a third of the nearly 1.3 million Pfizer-BioNTech and
For 2021, the Seal Beach Police Department wants to remind the community that it CARES. Seal Beach Police Chief Philip L. Gonshak said this year’s focus will be on the community, and how the SBPD will continue to “CARE” for the Seal Beach community: •C—Community Traffic Safety: SBPD will continue to focus on community traffic safety. By reorganizing the SBPD Traffic Bureau, it will