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Lewis County Seniors is a non-profit foundation (501c3) dedicated to serving the nutritional and social needs of our seniors.

 

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BUILDINGS CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

In an effort to protect our seniors from the COVID-19 virus, all Seniors Centers in Lewis County will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice. All special events and classes are also cancelled.

Emergency meals will be available to individuals age 60 or over. To order emergency meals, please contact our home office at Twin Cities Senior Center by phone Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. 360-748-0061 xt 103

We have a limited delivery area for those individuals who are not able to pick up meals at the pick up locations.

The designated pick-up days are as follows:

Salkum Fire Station: Monday 10am-11am

Randle Fire Station: Monday 10am-11am

Morton Senior Center: Monday 11:30am-12:30p

Packwood Senior Center: Monday 11:30am-12:30p

Toledo Senior Center: Tuesdays 10-12

PeEll Medhodist Church: Tuesday 11am-12pm

Twin Cities Senior Center: Wednesdays 10-1 pm

Winlock Senior Center: Thursdays 10-12

We are asking a suggested $3.00-$5.00 donation per meal, however a donation is not required.

 

 

 

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2021

2021

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LCMVP COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline LIVE!

LCMVP COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline LIVE!

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AARP Foundation Tax Aide

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Flu Shots

Flu Shots

Flu Shots will be available at select senior centers in Lewis County during meal pick up at the following locations and times:Packwood Senior CenterMonday, Oct 2611am-1pmToledo Senior CenterTuesday, Oct 2710am - 12pmTwin Cities Senior Center in ChehalisWednesday, Oct...

Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

The 2020 Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program is accepting applications!  These applications are available for download.  Please fill out the application and mail your completed form to the appropriate address on the bottom of the second...

BUILDINGS CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

BUILDINGS CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

In an effort to protect our seniors from the COVID-19 virus, all Seniors Centers in Lewis County will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice. All special events and classes are also cancelled. Emergency meals will be available to individuals age 60...

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What we do

About Us

We are a non-profit corporation focused on assisting our senior citizens with nutritional, social, educational and enrichment programs.  Along with the help of our tireless and dedicated staff, we serve meals, create learning and enrichment opportunities, help our seniors with issues directly impacting their health and wellness and reach out to the community with fundraisers and other community events.

 Working with the Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging (LMT-AAA) we work to provide nutritious meals for  all seniors. No one is turned away! Donations for meals are always gratefully accepted.

Our Sponsors and Supporters

We would like to show our appreciation and give reconition to those that support us.

What Drives Us

Our Mission

Lewis County Senior’s mission is to provide services to ensure all older adults are revered, cared for and/or supported so they may continue to live meaningful lives through the aging process.

Our Vision

A community where all older adults are revered, cared for and supported to live meaningful and productive lives through the aging process.