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


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Have you heard of SHIBA?

Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA)

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Getting Involved

 What’s New

All Locations Are Open!

All Locations Are Open!

Welcome Back- Our locations are now all open! Lunches are served at noon.  Nutrition meals are 5 days a week at Twin Cities.Winlock and Morton: Tuesday and ThursdayToledo: Wednesday and FridayPackwood: Wednesday and FridayPe Ell: Monday and Thursday.Nutrition meals:...

CFA Senior Owner Program

CFA Senior Owner Program

This program covers cats, dogs, and non-exotic small mammals, reptiles, and birds.Vouchers can cover up to $300 of applicable care for senior owners that qualify. Here are the details you need to know: To qualify, owners must: Be 60 years of age or olderBe located in...



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AARP Foundation Tax Aide

AARP Foundation Tax Aide

The AARP Foundation will be offering in person tax services again this year at the Twin Cities Seniors Center in Chehalis, Wa. 2545 N National Ave, Chehalis, WA 98352. This service is by appointment only. COVID protocols will be followed. Appointments will be...

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 Statement

Our mission is to meet the needs of older adults by providing direct services and access to resources through community engagement and partnerships.

Our Vision Statement

We have a vision of older adults in Lewis County who are physically and mentally active in our communities, have their nutritional needs met and are thriving in their own homes.