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Mid-Columbia Senior Center

Mid-Columbia Senior Center

Sponsored by Peachey Davies and Myers 

 

1112 W 9th St
The Dalles, OR 97058
541-296-4788
mcseniorcenter@gmail.com
midcolumbiaseniorcenter.com

Mission
Promoting Healthy Aging by offering opportunities to explore, connect and contribute

What we do
The Center offers a wide range of opportunities:
Wednesday Lectures
Lunch with TED
Brain Fitness
Computer/Tablet Help
Travel Club
Strength Yoga
Yoga (chair)
Strong Women
Table Tennis
Folk & Line Dancing
Wii Bowling
Zumba Gold
Quilters
Pinochle
Mahjong
Creative Arts
Bingo
Dominos

 

– PROGRAM OVERVIEW –

The Mid-Columbia Senior Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that has been operating at its current location on the corner of 10th and Cherry Heights since 1987. We are a self-governing, community –based organization that recognizes the assets and strengths of older adults and offers opportunities and supports to live healthy and meaningful lives.

The activities at the Center are open to anyone and most activities are offered on a donation basis to ensure no one is denied services because of income.

The Center leases space to and works closely with Meals-on-Wheels, another local non-profit, which offers a delicious and nutritious dinner at noon, Monday through Friday, as well as delivering meals to those who find it difficult to prepare their own meals. For more information about Meals-on-Wheels you can call them at 541-298-8333.

Knowing that it takes a whole community to support all older adults, the Center has partnered with local agencies including the Area Agency on Aging, Aging and People with Disabilities, The Dalles Art Center, MCMC and Mid-Columbia

Community Action Program.

The Center operates on a shoe string budget, $122,000, and depends on the generous support of the community. It receives very little from government (less than 1%) with the majority of its revenue coming from bingo, memberships, Nu-2-U Shop, rent and the many small and large donations.

Knowing that it takes a whole community to support all older adults, the Center has partnered with local agencies including the Area Agency on Aging, Aging and People with Disabilities, The Dalles Art Center, MCMC and Mid-Columbia Community Action Program.

The Center operates on a shoe string budget, $122,000, and depends on the generous support of the community. It receives very little from government (less than 1%) with the majority of its revenue coming from bingo, memberships, Nu-2-U Shop, rent and the many small and large donations.

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