About Us

August message from the Director

Hello Everyone,

I hope that you’re finding ways to beat the heat and stay safe this week.  Don’t forget that we’re open Monday through Friday from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm if you need a cool place to hang out in the air conditioned comfort of your Senior Center.  It is very important to stay hydrated and to take care of yourself, and each other.  Take a minute to check on your neighbors to make sure that they are ok, too.  Heat illness can come on very quickly and we’re very concerned about our friends.

We’re planning some wonderful events for the coming months and we’re already starting to collect items for our annual Rummage Sale that will be held on September 10th.  So feel free to start bringing in those treasures!  The Pancake Breakfast and Rummage Sale is one of our largest events of the year and we’re looking for plenty of volunteers to share the workload and make it a fun and profitable event for our Senior Center.    As always, we’ll have our fabulous pancake breakfast in the morning, so be sure to mark your calendars for September 10th.

Our Spotlight Article introduces our new Assistant Director, Jaci Smith.  She is a longtime Cloverdale resident who is very familiar with our community members and activities.  Please come in and say “hello” and make her feel welcome.    As always, thank you for your ongoing support of the Cloverdale Senior Center!

~Colleen P. Hale
Executive Director

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If you receive the newsletter via e-mail, I’ll send you a brief reminder when it’s time to renew your membership. We wouldn’t want you to miss out on the fun!

Background & History

On September 16, 1987 Genevieve J. Malmstrom signed the Articles of Incorporation. Thus began the Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center, originally operating out of the Cloverdale Grange Hall. Soon thereafter, Jim Teague began urging construction of a new senior center building.

Ten years later, the Cloverdale City Council led the effort to secConstructionure grants from several government agencies to construct a new senior center building. At the same time, citizen leaders started raising private funds toward the same end.
Under challenging economic circumstances, over $1,000,000.00 was raised through these two parallel efforts, public and private, and the new building at 311 North Main Street was dedicated May 16, 2003.

Our Mission

Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center is dedicated to providing Cloverdale residents with activities and services that:

Encourage participation in community life
Promote well-being and independence
Enhance dignity