Despite the inclement weather, on December 6th, Chamber members, City, State, and Federal governmental offices, along with staff, family and guests, gathered at the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for StretchLab.
Please enjoy these fun photos taken by Ildiko of Takata Photo & Design.
On December 5th, Chamber members, City, State, and Federal governmental offices, along with family and guests, gathered at the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for the Coder School.
Please enjoy these fun photos taken by Ildiko of Takata Photo & Design.
What a celebration! On Tuesday, November 19th, Rescom Financial Services celebrated their move to Mission Viejo via a Ribbon Cutting. Chamber members attended, including Directors and Ambassadors, along with City, State, and Federal governmental offices and many guests.
We are happy to welcome Rescom Financial Services to our great City and truly value their business as a Chamber member!
Please enjoy several photos taken by Chamber member, Takata Photo & Design, as well as photos by Michelle Fairless.
On November 14th, several attendees from the Chamber (including Directors and Ambassadors) and City, State, and Federal governmental offices gathered to celebrate the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for Chamber member - Elephant Signage & Display.
Kateryna Karasyk and her family welcomed with open arms (and lots of amazing food, beverages, and prizes) all attendees to their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting.
We also thank Kateryna for her excellent volunteer efforts as an Ambassador and as part of the Daybreakers Leadership Team.
Please enjoy the professional photos taken by Ildiko of Takata Photo & Design and once again we welcome Elephant Signage & Displays to Mission Viejo!
Congratulations to Chamber member, Mission Hospital! An $80 million cancer institute is opening this week that will give south Orange County patients an option for treatment closer to home.
Please enjoy this article from the Orange County Register.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, the hospital is opening the first two floors of its four-story, 104,000-square-foot Leonard Cancer Institute. Located across the street from Mission Hospital’s main campus and next to the Shops at Mission Viejo, the institute is the first cancer research and treatment facility based in south county, hospital officials said.
Development of the institute was financed largely through private donations, including an eight-figure gift from Judi and Bill Leonard, for whom the facility is named.
The region’s cancer patients have been traveling as far away as Los Angeles County to get treatment, Mission Hospital’s Vice President of Operations Terry Wooten said. That meant when those residents came to Mission Hospital for emergency care, they were assigned to doctors and nurses who were not as familiar with their medical history, he said.
Patients will be able to access different types of services, from CT scans to chemotherapy or radiation, all without leaving the building, hospital spokeswoman Carrie Miller said. “It’s seamless care.”
The first two floors of the institute opening this week house several offices for doctors, as well as rooms for radiation therapy and imaging scans such as X-ray and CT.
Two tons of bricks – each one is 8-feet thick – enclose two radiation “vaults” on the first floor. There is space for one more vault if the hospital wants to expand its capability, Wooten said.
There are also rooms for physical therapy and a space filled with treadmills and other fitness equipment to help patients with their rehabilitation.
Doctors and nurses from different disciplines will be gather in a conference room – which has three 96-inch screens and fits 50 people – to discuss how to best treat a patient. The patient, sitting in a room near by, can then be debriefed immediately after the staff’s conference.
“The patient was at the center of every decision” the hospital made in designing the institute, Miller said. The institute is not just built to provide treatment, she said, but to promote the patients’ wellness.
A wellness spa on the first floor will provide massages and aromatherapy, and a chapel and a small outdoor healing garden will be a space for patients to find peace amid their treatment, Miller said.
The fourth floor, offering infusion treatments, will open early next year. The third floor, home to a digestive care center, will open in late summer, Wooten said.
Mission Hospital is part of the Providence St. Joseph Health system, which has a second hospital in Laguna Beach.
Orange County Register: https://www.ocregister.com/2019/11/05/mission-hospitals-80-million-cancer-institute-opens-nov-7-in-mission-viejo/.
Welcome Jennifer Arnott, the proud owner of CAllie Girl Boutique, to the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce and our amazing city!
Please enjoy some photos from the recent Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening held on October 24th, at CAllie Girl Boutique.
As always, we thank the City of Mission Viejo, Mayor Greg Raths and First Lady, Lucy Raths, Councilwoman Patricia Kelley, all other governmental offices, and our amazing Chamber Directors, Ambassadors, and members that supported this fine event.
The crowds gathered on Thursday, September 26th, at 4pm. Both the Lake Forest and Mission Viejo Chambers, along with family and friends, and City, State, and Federal governmental representatives, came out to witness and support the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of ADIO Chiropractic.
After an enjoyable office tour, enjoying various foods, and collecting our raffle tickets, all attendees gathered for both Chamber Ribbon Cuttings, as the governmental representatives each presented their welcome certificates to the Cadman family, owners of ADIO Chiropractic. At the conclusion of the Ribbon Cuttings, raffles were conducted and several deserving members received their gifts.
Once again, both the Lake Forest and Mission Viejo Chambers wholeheartedly welcome ADIO Chiropractic to their business communities!
For more information or to make an appointment at ADIO Chiropractic, please call 949-427-9081 or visit their website at www.liveadio.com.
On September 10th, several attendees from the Chamber (including Directors and Ambassadors) and City, State, and Federal governmental offices gathered to celebrate the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for new Chamber member - StepX Extreme Results.
Owner Keri Anderson and her husband, Mark, were thrilled as they were presented various "welcome new business" certificates from the governmental offices and the Chamber. Many friends, family, and staff also enjoyed the celebrations.
Once again, we wholeheartedly welcome StepX Extreme Results to the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce!
Be sure to mark your calendars for our next Ribbon Cutting at StepX Extreme Results!
Please see the flyer below for more details.
On Tuesday, August 20th, Chamber members, City, State, and Federal governmental offices showed their support at the Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening of Bella Kitchen & Bath and for new owner Mark Hamilton, his wife and staff, as they opened their newest store on the corner of Muirlands Boulevard and Alicia Parkway.
Always supportive Mission Viejo Mayor Greg Raths also tested out one of the showroom bathtubs!
We welcome Bella Kitchen & Bath as new Chamber members!