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Help area seniors continue to get the meals they deserve

Many senior citizens go without a full lunch plate on a daily basis, due to the rising costs of food, medication and utilities, and lack a cost-of-living increase with their Social Security retirement benefits over the past five years. This leaves...

 
 By Dana Paperman    Opinion    June 5, 2014

Thank you

In 2014, the Seward Community Foundation provided for the Seward Senior Center and those we serve with affordable ice cleats for safe walking in the winter; foot care supplies to continuing serving this compassionate service; and the funds to hire a...

 

Thank you

“Are you kidding me?” exclaimed one of the last AARP Tax Services clients, as they learned that they would getting back money from the IRS, when all along they thought they were going to have to owe money. Local AARP tax volunteers Nancy and Tom...

 
 By Dana Paperman    Arts    March 20, 2014

ARRC poster artist talks craft, work

For the past 20 plus years, the Seward Senior Center has been a recipient of Alaska Railroad posters, prints and pins, providing this agency with a fundraising opportunity, year after year. For the...

 
 By Dana Paperman    Opinion    May 30, 2013

Senior Center says thanks

The Seward Senior Center would like to thank the Seward Community Foundation and the Resurrection Bay Lion’s Club for their generous donations to repair the senior nutrition fish freezer which holds hundreds of pounds of donated fish. We continue...

 

Thank you

For the fifth year in a row the Sons of American Legion, alongside the American Legion have assisted the local area senior citizen veterans, by offering them a free lunch at the senior center throughout the long winter months. This community project...

 

Volunteers are an essential ingredient

Every year at Seward Senior Center, we drum up a new theme to recognize and entertain our volunteers, since they have committed hours of entertaining us. So we picked up the playful Mardi Gras theme...

 

Seward Senior Center goes beyond

Last week I wrote about a day in the life of the Senior Center. Now for the bigger picture. For those individuals in the community that are home bound, we extend our nutrition services to the comfort...

 

Bill makes giving easier

Representative Seaton, sponsor of the HB75 in 2012 is seeking support letters for the amendment to HB75, to remove language in regards to nonprofits having to provide a full audit for the Pick.Click.Give. program eligibility. It will go before the...

 

Senior Center Secrets

Now that I have your attention, let’s move onto bigger and better things that happen daily at your local senior center; the large building that displays the Mount Marathon and Barbara Lavallee...

 

Thank you

A million dollar view doesn’t come free, but with plenty of friends of the Seward Senior Center, we believe our friends and community partners will help us keep the lights on, food fresh, and entertainment lively at 336 Third Ave. As a not for...

 

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