Atria Park Updates Resident Cause of Death | Pacific Palisades
After initially reporting the death of a resident at Atria Park of Pacific Palisades senior living facility on Monday, April 13, as due to COVID-19, Mike Gentry, senior vice president of care, reported that though the resident did test positive, the cause of death was determined to be related to an underlying, pre-existing health condition in a revised statement sent April 22.
Gentry reported that the facility notified the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and is working with them to take necessary steps to protect and support residents.
As of April 28, no other resident or employee had tested positive for COVID-19 within the facility, according to Gentry.
#BeTheLight | Pali High
Palisades Charter High School will honor its 2019-20 students and 2020 graduating seniors with a #BeTheLight display of turning the stadium, pool and baseball lights on Friday, May 1, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time) for 20 minutes and 20 seconds.
Telephone Town Hall | Pacific Palisades
Councilmember Mike Bonin will host his next Telephone Town Hall in response to the COVID-19 crisis on Thursday, April 30, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The topic will be senior concerns during the pandemic and guest speakers include Molly Davies of WISE & Healthy Aging, Maribel Marin of 211 Los Angeles County, Patricia Pérez of AARP and Laura Trejo, general manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging.
Those who are interested in being a part of the town hall can RSVP at bit.ly/MBTH-0430. There is also an option through that link to submit questions to be answered during the call.
Meals for Heroes Program Continues | Pacific Palisades
The Meals for Heroes Program, sponsored by Pacific Palisades Community Council and Brentwood Community Council, has provided more than 3,000 meals to Westside hospitals and first responders.
The two-fold program also supports local restaurants, as orders are placed through participating locations and then provided to recipients.
According to an email from PPCC, Palisades Garden Café has joined the list of participating restaurants.
For more information or to sign up to sponsor meals, visit 90049.info.
Cinépolis Gives Back to Nurses | Palisades Village
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas, which operates the Bay Theatre at Palisades Village, is gearing up to donate thousands of movie tickets to local nurses at hospitals near each of its theaters.
“For every $50 e-gift card sold through their website during the campaign,” a press release states, “Cinépolis will donate two tickets to nurses at area hospitals.”
The campaign, which began on Monday, April 20, will continue through Tuesday, May 5. Tickets will be distributed during Nurses Week, which begins May 6 and runs through May 12.
To purchase a gift card, visit cinepolisusa.com.
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