A big thank you to Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement for funding two grant requests for the Upper Kittitas County Senior Center.
The first one was for 2 new computers and the second one is for 2 showers.
Since we are the Upper County Shelter, it will be a huge plus to have showers, should the need arise for us to open as a emergency shelter. The showers have been ordered and before long will be in place.
Our 2 new computers are here and what a difference it has made. Our other computers were very old and sometimes would not work at all.
Thank you so much to Suncadia Fund For Community Enhancement.
When: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 – 10am-11:30am
- 10am Program begins
- 10:30 am Reception and Facility Tours
- 11:30 am Conclusion
Where: Upper Kittitas County Senior Center – 719 E 3rd St., Cle Elum, WA 98922
RSVP: Please respond to Adam Crawford at email@example.com on or before Wednesday, July 11
The Upper Kittitas County Senior Center’s mission is to enhance the physical, emotional and economic well-being of seniors’ lives in Kittitas County; and serves as an emergency shelter. The 18 kilowatt solar project is expected to save the organization approximately $3,700 each year.
“We appreciate the Puget Sound Energy grant,” said Upper Kittitas County Senior Center President Susan Klein. “It means a lot for our center and our community. Solar panels will help with our energy costs and will definitely be a plus for the Center.”
A grant from the Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement has allowed us to replace the old dishwasher with a new one. It has been installed, and should last for many years to come. “Thank you to Bob Spaulding, one of our members, for all his work writing this grant,” said UKCSC President Susan Klein. The Center also thanks the Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement for this generous grant.
The Upper Kittitas County Senior Center has received a grant from Puget Sound Energy (PSE) for solar panels for the Putnam Centennial Center. They are slated to be installed mid April 2018. Wray Electric from Ellensburg was selected as the contractor for this installation. Center President Susan Klein said, “Thank you to Puget Sound Energy who has always been supportive of the Center and we appreciate it very much.”
UPDATE MAY 2013 – Food Handlers class is offered ONLINE ONLY at www.FoodWorkerCard.wa.gov This replaces the classes previously offered at the Center by appointment on Tuesdays. Please visit the website location and follow instructions found there.