Toppenish community center hosts Senior Citizen open house
TOPPENISH – Safe Haven Community Center in Toppenish is expanding its services by opening the center to the senior citizen community.
The center is hosting an open house to receive input from local senior citizens on the activities they would enjoy and benefit from. Local residents are invited to join staff for coffee and cookies on Monday, November 30, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. The center is located at 410 Washington Avenue across from the Toppenish Library.
Safe Haven Community Center is expanding its center beyond the after school program it has become known for to offer activities for all ages, including potlucks, bingo, and public speakers.
“We want to open our doors to the whole community, to become a place where the community comes to be together,” site supervisor Adrian Almanza said.
Safe Haven Community Center is part of the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic network of care; a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides comprehensive medical, dental, and social services for more than 139,000 people throughout the Pacific Northwest. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic employs 1,390 full-time staff and more than 600 part-time staff, medical residents, dental residents, students and volunteers. Facilities: 19 medical clinics, 10 dental clinics, 49 programs. Locations: Washington State clinics are located in Grandview, Prosser, Pasco, Spokane, Sunnyside, Toppenish, Yakima, Walla Walla and Wapato. In Oregon, clinics are located in Hermiston, Portland, Salem and Woodburn. Visit: www.yvfwc.com