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Youth at The Villages Honor Veterans with Celebration of Service

The Villages at Cabrillo supported an intergenerational Celebration of Service hosted by kids and teens via Oasis Resident Services and PATH in honor of Veterans Day. The Oasis After-School Programs and PATH’s youth program served a delicious spaghetti dinner complete with bread sticks, a beautiful salad, and beautiful, festive cakes for dessert. The littles ones performed a rendition of Star Spangled Banner for their guests, and two Veterans shared with …Read More

Thank you for making Night at the Aquarium a HUGE success!

Century Villages at Cabrillo’s Night at the Aquarium of the Pacific was a night to remember. The setting sun along the Downtown Long Beach waterfront served as a backdrop for the intimate outdoor gathering atop the Aquarium Veranda. Just as the sun began to drop below the waterline, a very special surprise guest joined the group; Cleopatra, a real penguin, joined the fun, posing for photos and bringing smiles to …Read More

Downtown And Midtown Likely To Be Focus Of Inclusionary Zoning Proposal

Long Beach Business Journal | Driving down Long Beach Boulevard, the contrast between the landscape of Downtown Long Beach and that of the remaining city is starkly obvious. Below 8th Street, single-family homes and strip malls give way to towering office buildings and multi-story apartment complexes, with hovering cranes promising more vertical growth in the near future. It is that growth and the flurry of development activity in the downtown …Read More

Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, Mayor Katrina Foley Visit CVC

Century kicked off the week by welcoming a large delegation of visitors from the City of Costa Mesa, County of Orange, and the California State Assembly for a tour and discussion about the Villages at Cabrillo on Monday. Representatives from the City of Long Beach and Mayor Robert Garcia’s office joined the visit and shared highlights of the City’s collaborative effort to serve individuals experiencing homelessness in Long Beach. “Today was …Read More

CA Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris Visits The Villages

California’s newly appointed Surgeon General, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, made The Villages the second stop on her statewide listening tour.  Dr. Harris visited The Children’s Clinic and engaged the local community in a panel session in the Social Hall alongside Dr. Elisa Nicholas. “As California’s first Surgeon General, one of my top priorities is to raise awareness that Adverse Childhood Experiences, like emotional abuse or witnessing domestic violence, can increase …Read More

Adopt a Camper Today!

Adopt a Camper Today, Make a HUGE Impact this Summer! School is almost out for the summer, which means lots of kids will be in need of meaningful programming to keep their minds stimulated and their bodies active during the break. Traditional summer camps can cost upwards of $200 per week, which is out of reach for families who have experienced or are currently experiencing homelessness or have limited income. …Read More