Older Adults Connect, Create and Contribute to the Valley!

Each year, more and more older adults are making a positive impact in and around the Snoqualmie Valley. As volunteers, employees, employers, mentors, advocates and more, they offer insight and experience that benefit the entire community. That’s why May is National Older Americans Month (OAM) to recognize the contributions of this growing population for 56 years!
The Sno-Valley Senior Center (SVSC) is on a mission to inspire, support and empower seniors to lead healthy, enriched lives. This year’s OAM theme is Connect, Create, Contribute.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center helps seniors to Connect to friends and fun as well as local services and resources. (Most programs are free or low cost!)
sr. centerMembers of the Sno-Valley Senior Center celebrate Senior Citizen Month (photo by Lisa Yeager).
Older Adults Create through activities such as the memoir writing class, painting class, brain fitness and workshops.
Senior Citizens Contribute their time, talent, and life experiences to benefit others.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center is a gateway to new experiences and adventures through local daytrips, adult learning and volunteer opportunities. It also serves as the local one-stop destination for freshly made homemade meals and low cost resources like medical & dental services, support for independent living and more! It’s a community center for all!
“It’s just by chance that I found the Senior Center. I dropped in to ask for directions and the receptionist invited me to stay for lunch. I was very impressed by everything. Everyone was so friendly and the food was excellent. I became a member and before I knew it, I was volunteering for all kinds of things!”
Come visit anytime! We’re open 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Lisa Yeager, Director of the Sno-Valley Senior Center, 4610 Stephens, Carnation, WA 98014, 425-333-4152 We inspire, support and empower seniors to lead healthy, enriched lives. Find out more about Older Americans month at

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