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San Clemente Journal

Global Crisis, Local Calm.

Apr 14, 2020 10:37AM ● By Don Kindred
This global crisis has brought calm to our village. Our streets are mostly open and beaches are strangely quiet. Downtown parking availability has reached a new peak. We are staying the course, faithfully, despite the obstacles, and it seems to be working. Quiet, could well be the sound of victory. 

We at the Journal appreciate your efforts to stay home during this long period of self-isolation. We look forward, hopeful, that the pulse of life will soon return to our community and we can celebrate together again.

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For those of you who have not had a chance to pick up a current copy of our publication, we would be happy to mail or drop one off to those in the community.
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We would also like to see photos and hear stories of how you, personally, with your families or your businesses are dealing with the current crisis.
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Here are some community links that may be helpful.

City of San Clemente News and Updates.
SC Coronia Info

CountyCOVID-19 Case Counts and Testing Figures

SC stay strong page:

Chamber of Commerce Take out Food List

You Can Help
If you know a senior in San Clemente who is in need
of meals during this health crisis, please call the
Dorothy Visser Senior Center at (949) 498-3322.

The Center is serving meals on wheels and grab-and-go meals.
Meals may picked up M-F from 11:30a-1p.
Donations are accepted. Please ask about volunteering, too!

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