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Vi at La Jolla Village thanks volunteers with a luncheon

A luncheon was held by Vi at the UTC-area La Jolla Village April 22 to thank volunteers who help enhance the lives of the retirement community’s residents. A total of 32 volunteers, some residents and some from the community at large, were honored and treated to a concert from La Jolla Country Day School junior Cameron Wirtz, who organized a group of student musicians to come perform. Volunteers facilitate concerts, craft projects and activity circles for residents to help enrich their lives.

Lila Rockstein, Bill Stone of Forget-Me-Not (which brings flowers from weddings for residents to repurpose as decorations), Luanne Brito, Glory Dial and resident and volunteer Nancy Acker
Lila Rockstein, Bill Stone of Forget-Me-Not (which brings flowers from weddings for residents to repurpose as decorations), Luanne Brito, Glory Dial and resident and volunteer Nancy Acker
Pat and Jim Gleason assist as tour guides for resident drives around town.
Pat and Jim Gleason assist as tour guides for resident drives around town.
(Front Row) Lynn Mooney and Jean Kuisel (Back Row) Barbara Frickle, Jerry Kuisel and Bea Parnes
(Front Row) Lynn Mooney and Jean Kuisel (Back Row) Barbara Frickle, Jerry Kuisel and Bea Parnes

Arlene Riodan and Barbara Au with the Threshold Choir that sings to residents
Arlene Riodan and Barbara Au with the Threshold Choir that sings to residents
La Jolla Country Day School junior Cameron Wirtz organized a group of students to play music for residents.
La Jolla Country Day School junior Cameron Wirtz organized a group of students to play music for residents.
Loren Gardner regularly brings magazine for residents and Peggy Baker helps with the resident knitting group.
Loren Gardner regularly brings magazine for residents and Peggy Baker helps with the resident knitting group.