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Jaya Jivika Rajani from Pomona College and Tiffany Ortamond from Pitzer College were each presented with a $15,000 Napier Award. Rajani will organize Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bootcamps for around 250 students from grades 9-12 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Pune, India. Ortamond will work with the Tia'amin First Nations tribe in British Columbia to create and implement a water-quality testing/education program, an ongoing data base for analysis. Click here to read about their projects.


Health Services Center

Health Services Center

We are located at 721 Harrison Ave., Claremont.

The Health Services Center

is ideal for individuals who need rehabilitative therapies, hospice services, or skilled nursing care.  For Admission information click here or contact us through our 24hr fax (866) 233-5514.

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Memory House - Designs for Memory House and drawings for the sustainable and edible wander garden are with the Claremont Planning Department. Once they are approved we will be moving full steam ahead to do the necessary renovations and upgrades. Our intention is to have our Memory House open before the end of this year.

Petterson Museum

NOW OPEN! "Angels We Have Heard on High". This holiday exhibit features a beautiful and diverse collection of angels. The museum is open Saturday and Sunday 2 pm to 4 pm. Admission is FREE.


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Health Services Center

Dining Services is pleased to announce that you are now able to access Noon Meal menus, Garden Café specials, and Catering forms all from the new dining website! Click here to view menu.

Health Services Center

Health Services CenterPilgrim Place welcomes applications for residency from people who wish to reside in a culturally diverse, theologically/ intellectually stimulating, ecologically sensitive, personally enriching, and communally active environment, and who fulfill the eligibility requirements.

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Save the Date - Friends of the Petterson Museum will be hosting the annual meeting with guest speaker Margaret Aichele from the dA Center for the Arts on February 15 at 7 pm.

As a community, we are striving to be ecologically sustainable and to respond to the current Southern California drought. Both the residents and the administration have embraced this “stewardship” challenge. During 2015 Pilgrim Place cut its water use by 29%.

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