Special 95th birthday celebration

Carmel Valley’s Emeritus assisted living center held a 95th birthday celebration Jan. 8 for Hazel Lovell, president of the resident council. (Above) Hazel Lovell with family members Irene Lovell, Tim Lovell, Yvette Lovell. Photo/Jon Clark

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