for redmond seniors
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Help us make sure no older adult in our community goes hungry.
Immediate Support Needed!
WHEN IS IT THE RIGHT TIME FOR A REVERSE MORTGAGE?
Please join Susan Busch, from Mann Mortgage, as she explains the the benefits of this popular consumer loan for senior homeowners 62+.
Dates: February 16th, March 16th | 1:00-2:00pm
Location: Redmond Senior Center, 325 NW Dogwood Av. Redmond
Contact: (541) 548-6325 to register
Cost: FREE for members, $5 for non-members
Per the most recent mandate from Governor Brown, we are requiring masks inside of Redmond Senior Center. Your safety, health and wellbeing are our highest priority when instituting programs and maintaining operations at the center. Below are the precautions being put in place at our ‘yellow’ level of operation.
We will require masks for our staff, patrons, and visitors. Sanitation will be increased and done throughout the day, with sanitizing wipes in each activity room. Screening will be conducted upon entry to the center and a consent form will be required by all who are participating in meals and programs. Congregate meals and programs will continue, with limited numbers, social distancing and mask wearing. If you do come to congregate lunch, please stick to our “4 people to a table” change. If there are more than four people to a table, you will be asked to change tables. Unfortunately, if we cannot stick to this rule, we may need to close the dining room for lunch. We are looking into providing grab and go lunch for anyone who may not want to dine in person anymore.
We understand this news may be frustrating in light of the past year and a half, but that is why we are still staying open! We know that community support, in-person connections, programs and resources are of utmost importance, and we want to continue our support while instituting a few measures for your health and safety.
We will work with any patron who does not want to come in person anymore and see how we can best serve you through programs and resources. Please contact our staff to discuss your specific situation and any questions you may have.
It’s important to us to see you and serve you! We want to continue operating and hope we have your support with these increased measures.
mission + vision
a community of belonging
Older adults are an important and valuable part of the Redmond community. The Redmond Senior Center leads efforts and advocates to provide resources contributing to happier, healthier, and more meaningful older adult lives and a stronger community.
Are you an older adult needing help?
Call us at (541) 548-6325 or click the link to see online resources.
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