Edmonds Senior Center

Connecting and Enriching our Community

aka Edmonds Waterfront Center   |   Edmonds, WA   |  www.EdmondsWaterfrontCenter.org

Mission

Mission: To enrich the social, physical and intellectual well-being of seniors. Vision: To develop the full potential of every senior in our community. Core values: caring, friendly, inclusive, stimilating,responsive, affordable

Ruling year info

1968

Principal Officer

Daniel Johnson

Main address

PO Box 717

Edmonds, WA 98020 USA

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EIN

91-0828576

NTEE code info

Senior Centers/Services (P81)

Congregate Meals (K34)

Recreational, Pleasure, or Social Club (N50)

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Lunches, Classes, Activities, Services

The senior center serves over 3,000 seniors anually. It is a true multi-purpose senior center, offers a full range of programs and services comprised by three areas: (a) health and wellness, (b) social services and community outreach, and (c) education, recreation and social programs. Each of these areas offers the following programs and services (benefits described in italics): (a) Health and Wellness Programs: fitness classes - improved range of motion, cardiovascular fitness, elevated mood), Tai Chi (balance, strength, relaxation), health screenings for blood pressure, bone density, prostate cancer, hearing, dentures (early detection leading to more effective treatment), foot clinic (prevention of foot diseases), surplus food program (more varied diet), nutrition lunches (one full course nutritionally balanced meal per day with socialization), health equipment loan (no cost walkers, wheelchairs for low-income people), SHIBA advisors (free informed advice to seniors concerning health insurance), yearly health fair (access to a variety of health providers), many health education classes (information on the latest therapies), Coping with Chronic Conditions classes (enables seniors to more effective live with chronic conditions); (b) Social Services and Community Outreach: caregivers resource center (information for caregivers), support groups - sight impaired, Parkinson's, stroke, caregivers (information on latest therapies and peer support to group members), senior employment service (matching of seniors who work with those who need work done), information and referral (broad range if I&A to seniors and their families), counseling by our social worker (support and information), thrift store (low price goods for seniors and the community at large), boutique for senior crafts, income tax assistance, transportation assistance (bringing low-income seniors to the Center for programs and lunch), community breakfasts; (c) Education, Recreation and Social Programs: classes (computers, four languages, music, creative writing, ancient history, Understanding Human Behavior, six Edmonds Community College classes each quarter), arts and crafts (ceramics, knitting & crocheting, lapidary and gems, woodcarving, quilting), over 100 local and distance trips, 55 Alive Defensive Driving, Coffee Bar, games (bridge, pinochle, poker, pool, ping pong, lawn bowling), dances (Weds, Fri, and Sundays), choir (Sound Singers), variety show (Sound Swingers), birthday parties, cookouts, and special events and dinners. General benefits include keeping the mind active and alert, making new friends, learning new skills, keeping old skills active, socializing with fellow seniors, and providing entertainment for the larger community.

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Edmonds Senior Center

Board of directors
as of 05/18/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Gary Haakenson

No Affiliation

Term: 2020 - 2021

Patsy Ethridge-Neal

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