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Summer Programs, Schools & Camps —School Of Rock’s Performance-Based Approach To Music Inspires, Motivates And Builds Confidence

Active Retirement—Belmont Village Offers Tips For Choosing a Senior Living Community

Finding a place that feels like home, and that can serve both current and future needs is key.

Active Retirement—Experience the Art of Inspired Living At Vintage Westwood

With tons of onsite activities and events, an exclusive resident library and fitness room, nightly film showings, continuing education lectures, healthy living workshops, and frequent day trips to local museums and other L.A. sites, there’s never a dull moment at Vintage Westwood.

Active Retirement — Welcome To Beverly Hills Carmel

The Beverly Hills Carmel retirement communities invite prospective residents to live the good life in a luxurious setting. Spacious apartments, delicious Kosher dining, fun-filled activities, and customized loving care await residents at the Carmels.

Ashley Boone Celebrates 104th Birthday at Belmont Village West Hollywood

“Everyone is curious to about his secret to a long life‚” said Tom Park, Belmont Village executive director. “His reply is simply to live a healthy life without cigarettes or alcohol." Boone added, “My life has been great and I look forward to each and every day.”

Vintage Westwood Horizons Partners With UCLA To Promote Senior Health

Vintage Westwood Horizons is teaming with UCLA to expand its mission of promoting residents’ health and well-being.

Beverly Hills News – City Council to Hold Special Meeting Tuesday to Vote on MOUs with City Employees

The Beverly Hills City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. to discuss Memorandum of Understandings (MOUs) with City employees bargaining units; the Municipal Employees Association, the Safety Support Association, the Management and Professional Employees Association, the Supervisors Association and the Confidential Employees Association.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Adult Sports Leagues Registration Opens

Looking for a healthy way to begin the fall season? How about joining an adult sports league? Have fun and meet new people while pursuing a health life habit at Beverly Hills new Roxbury Park Community Center.

Beverly Hills News – City of Beverly Hills Charged with Unfair Practices in Rejecting MOUs

In a letter bearing a return address identical to The Courier's own former address, an anonymous sender informed the newspaper that two of the City of Beverly Hills' employee groups – the Beverly Hills Confidential Employees Association and the Beverly Hills Supervisors Association, have charged the City of Beverly Hills with unfair practices after the City Council voted 3-2 to reject the employees agreements (Memorandum of Understanding - MOUs) at the City Council meeting on June 24.

Ashley Boone Celebrates 104th Birthday at Belmont Village West Hollywood

“Everyone is curious to about his secret to a long life‚” said Tom Park, Belmont Village executive director. “His reply is simply to live a healthy life without cigarettes or alcohol." Boone added, “My life has been great and I look forward to each and every day.”

Vintage Westwood Horizons Partners With UCLA To Promote Senior Health

Vintage Westwood Horizons is teaming with UCLA to expand its mission of promoting residents’ health and well-being.

Belmont Village Offers Food For Thought — Nutritional Basics For Brain Health

The Alzheimer’s Association has named June Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, there is hope. Research indicates there are things you can do to maintain your brain and retain cognitive function longer. Not surprisingly, physical fitness and good nutrition top the list.

Beverly Hills News – Heart Healthy Lunch to Feature Dr. Debra Judelson

The City of Beverly Hills introduces Heart Healthy Lunches this Thursday with the Cardiovascular Research Foundation of Southern California, an educational partnership that is part of Mayor Lili Bosse's "Healthy City" initiative.

Beverly Hills News – Volunteers Honored at Roxbury Park

The City of Beverly Hills honored 29 years of dedicated volunteerism Thursday at the Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner, held at the new Roxbury Park Community Center.

Beverly Hills News – Mayor, City Council, State Senator Ted Lieu Join to Celebrate Roxbury Park

The City of Beverly Hills celebrated the Grand Reopening of Roxbury Park Sunday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, food, family-friendly activities, building tours and refreshments

Beverly Hills News – “Debbie Reynolds – The Auction Finale” Is This Weekend, May 17 & 18

Beverly Hills resident and Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds will hold her third and final auction of iconic Hollywood Memorabilia this weekend at the Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio in North Hollywood.
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