Rooted in Redmond
In 1949, a group of neighbors and friends in Redmond, Oregon came together to build a community center for older adults. Over the decades, the Redmond Senior Center has become a place where older adults gather together to support each other and build a more resilient and vibrant Redmond community.
We continue to carry their spirit by cultivating opportunities for older adults to connect, engage, and thrive together.
WHO WE ARE
To grow into a community of belonging – a genuinely connected community where people are valued no matter their ability, age, culture, or background.
Recognizing older adults as valued community members, 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.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Commitment to DEI has to be more than words. We must embrace processes of self-reflection and then change when we realize our outcomes aren’t living up to our ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Collaboration & Partnership
Stopping at nothing to find common goals with others and then showing up together to build useful, beautiful, and enduring opportunities.
Community & Stewardship
A thriving community looks and feels like a place of belonging. The heart of our work is to make sure older adults in Redmond are valued and connected within the community.
Board of Directors
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Jo Anne Sutherland
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Jill joined RSC in May of 2021 as the Operations Manager. She came to RSC from CASA of Central Oregon, where she has worked as the Operations Director for the past eight year. Jill graduated from OSU Cascades. She loves kayaking, being with her family, and all things Summer! Jill is excited to help RSC re-open and move forward in the community!
Food Services Manager
Josie has worked for Habitat for Humanity as a volunteer coordinator and Manager of the Sisters Thrift Store. She has worked for other agencies that support older individuals so that they can gracefully age in place, which included, Meals on Wheels, Health Care Liaison, and Community Resource Coordination. She has four grown kids and three grand kids. Josie has a degree in Early Childhood Education and an additional two years studtying Business Marketing/Managerment along with a bachelors’ degree in Conflict Resolution and Sustainability. Josie loves bringing people together and serving is what gives her joy!
Jane Jarman graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Psychology. She has over 12 years’ experience working with the older adult population as a dementia care practitioner, senior housing placement advisor and most recently as the director of the adult day program for the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. Jane is looking forward to the re-opening of the center and introducing innovative programs for the center