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Keeping with the patriotic spirit of Sept. 11, all of the businesses and churches at the corner of La Cañada and Magee came together for the second annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party.
Health Improvement Manager Assistant Talithia Thrasher, with Mountain View Retirement Village, serves lunches to first responders during the second annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party.
Mountain View Retirement Village’s server Jordan Freeman and move-in coordinator Melissa Christensen serve up some ribs and pulled pork for the second annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party on Sept. 11.
Residents fill the dinning area of Mountain View Retirement Village for lunch during the second annual First Responders Appreciation Block Party.
Mountain View Retirement Village dinning room director Eddie Castillo fills plates with beans and pork on the outside patio.
Feeling like she wasn’t able to give all her help to the elderly, Senior Placement Advisor Andrea Blattberg decided to start her own business, which helps with the transition of aging seniors to different living situations.
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Firefighters and police officers listen to a speaker at the Mountain View Retirement Village where the workers fed the service men and women in honor of them.
Today many ceremonies will be held to honor those lost 11 years ago on Sept. 11 when terrorists hijacked planes, flying them at the World Trade Center in New York.
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Bursting with pride and joy, Mary Catherine Warren stands beside her granddaughter, Catherine Warren, packing up boxes to be sent to Unit 228th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade in Afghanistan.
Mountain View Retirement Village residents, from left, Jeane Patterson, Elizabeth Tidd and Betty Gaba gather together cookies, pens, deodorant, books and other supplies to send to troops stationed overseas.
Public service awards named after late Giffords’ aide
Mountain View Retirement Village turns 10 in April