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Want to know more about our Volunteer Driver program? Visit http://volunteertransportation.blogspot.com/ to read news, volunteer stories and more about how we help seniors with rides throughout the King County area!
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Soiree 2014

Save the Date: Senior Services Soiree

Time to put our annual Gala Dinner & Auction on your calendar. Join us on Saturday, November 1 at Museum of Flight. Learn more.

Northwest Asian Weekly

Northwest Asian Weekly Highlights Recipient

of 2014 Inspiring Aging Award


 McCoy Khammany Sengsi was featured in the June 14-20 issue of the newspaper. Read the story. 

Enhance instructor of the year

Central Area Senior Center Instructor Recognized



Project Enhance named Ernestine Robinson the 2014 EnhanceFitness Washington State Instructor of the Year on June 19. Read more.

Inspire Award 2014

Senior Services Presents

2014 “Inspire Positive Aging Award”at 2014 Annual Meeting

Inspire Awards presentation

Senior Services CEO Paula Houston presented the 2014 “Inspire Positive Aging Award” to McCoy Khammany Sengsi  of West Seattle at the agency’s 2014 Annual Meeting on Saturday, May 31 at Northshore Senior Center in Bothell. The Annual Meeting program included a review of the agency in 2013 by Board Chair John Norden and the “State of the Agency” address by Paula Houston. Shannon M. Fuhrman of Regence BlueShield also presented Houston with a check for $100,000 to pilot the Senior Services Navigator Program which will provide community-based support for isolated older adults.

EnhanceWellness

EnhanceWellness Part of Research

For Overlooked Subset of Disabled Elderly

EnhanceWellness Group Workout photo

Our EnhanceWellness program is participating in a new research study at the University of Washington. Ivan Molton, a University of Washington clinical psychologist and assistant professor of rehabilitation medicine,  recently received a five-year grant to promote healthy aging among people with long-term disabilities, specifically multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury and post-polio syndrome. Read the article.

Home Page Features

City of Kirkland Features Meals on Wheels on "Currently Kirkland"


 Our Meals on Wheels Outreach Specialist, Dale Hoover, is featured
 in this episode of "Currently Kirkland," talking about the program.




The Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens’ Coffee Hour

Central Area Senior Center, June 19


Join us for a conversation with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray. This monthly event brings community elders closer to City officials and explores a variety of topics of interest to older adults. The Coffee Hours provide opportunities to learn about City programs and services and give officials an opportunity to hear from their constituents. Other topics examine cutting edge information about healthy aging, legal and planning issues, and more. Coffee and refreshments are served.  Read more.


Annual Meeting, May 31:

Meet the Winner of the 2014 “Inspiring Aging Award".  Join us for this special presentation and CEO Paula Houston’s “State of the Agency” address.  Saturday, May 31 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Northshore Senior Center.  Space is limited and advance registration by May 27th is required: https://seniorservices2014annualmeeting.eventbrite.com
 

Ballard NW Senior Center Dinner Auction a Success

Peggy Sturdivant from the Ballard News Tribune volunteered for the annual fundraiser and recounted her experience for the Ballard News Tribune. According to Center Director Carlye Teel, this year’s $pring for $eniors Auction raised more than $71,000 for the Center.


New Bill Allows Senior Centers to Apply for Liquor Licenses

Governor Jay Inslee signed SB5310 on March 27, 2014, which allows senior centers in the State of Washington to apply for an annual liquor license for activities at the Center.   Read more.

Walmart Partners with Senior Services to Ensure No Senior Experiences Hunger

As part of its Washington state giving program, the Walmart Foundation has donated $100,000 to the Senior Services Meals on Wheels program in Washington so they can help to ensure no senior experiences hunger.  Read more.

Support Senior Services Just by Shopping with Fred Meyer and Amazon

Did you know that you could link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Senior Services and help Fred Meyer direct contributions to the agency? Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them where to give.

Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to Senior Services if you purchase through our AmazonSmile link. Learn more about both programs here and start making a difference in the lives of older adults and those who care for them today.

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