Keiro continues to be committed to the legacy of the founders in supporting Our Community’s older adults wherever they call home. Throughout the year, Keiro supports a wide variety of activities for residents and staff to enjoy, and this fall, we stopped by a few events.

All the way up in Arleta at Nikkei Senior Gardens, Scott led a singing class for a group of residents to showcase their lovely voices while singing classic Japanese tunes. At Kei-Ai South Bay Healthcare Center, everyone enjoyed a candlelight dinner accompanied by various songs performed by Scott Nagatani and Marlene Yamane. On Halloween at Sakura Gardens, residents and staff showed off their Halloween spirit by wearing fun costumes and enjoyed a performance by Scott and Miko Shudo featuring autumn songs. 

Here are a few photos highlights from these fun events! Click on the image to expand.