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I always have a great day at Washington Park Senior Center. Interacting with people in the fitness center or just a game of friendly pool.
Great place for seniors to hang out. Manager Sheila takes pride in making people feel welcome. Apparently she really cares about seniors.
Kelly Senior Center in Cudahy, has a vast assortment of activities!! Craft classes, exercise gym equipment, access to computers, card players, Monday-Friday lunch program, and other resources, you just have to ask. Although, on this day, I was there to pick up Senior Farmer's Market Vouchers, @ this designated site. Kelly staff were helpful in directing recipients to the main hall way, and distributing materials to invite prospective customers to their center.
This is a great place to spend a morning or afternoon at. The staff tries very hard to maintain interesting actives for Seniors from the surrounding community. They have the lunch program, cooking demos, and many other special events. Please come check out our Senior Center.
Ample parking including handicap. Easy to become member. Many recreational options. Nice thrift store and accepts donations. Weekly meal program offering good food.
Mama Rose enjoys coming to the senior center and says the other participants are down to earth. She can always find someone at the center to help her through a rough time. The senior center is a place where she is not lonely, and it has kept her going and prevented her from giving up. There were times she wanted to give up on life due to hardships and lost of loved ones, but the senior center saved her life.
-Rosie Caradine-Lewis “Mama Rose”
Vertaree comes to the Clinton Rose Center to mingle with different people and enjoy their company. The senior center means that she has somewhere to go, rather than sitting at home. She says it allows her to have something constructive to do and gives her positive a outlook on life. She also feels that volunteering opens opportunities for employment and gives her a purpose.
Bea and Charles have been attending Washington Park Senior Center for the past twenty years. The mother son duo are part of the lunch program, they do arts and crafts, and both volunteer their time to help improve the center. Bea transplants plants to be sold in the gift shop and Charles waters all the plants in the center. Charles is also involved in walking groups, and says the center helps keep him healthy. Bea states that it’s a great way to get out of the house and have something to do.
-Bea & Charles
Louis loves coming to Clinton Rose Senior Center. He enjoys the generosity of the people, the volunteer opportunities, all the activities, being part of planning committees, the dining site, and dancing at the center with the OG dance group and Roselettes.
Doris Hopkins Brown enjoys coming to Clinton Rose because it is easily accessible. She can connect with other participants and she loves being involved in the activities. Doris leads Morning Blend with Hot Topics along with other activities. She loves the staff, she stated they are pleasant and accommodating.