I hope this newsletter finds you enjoying the beautiful change of seasons. This weekend not only will you find pirates, princesses, ghosts and goblins, but we also welcome the time change. Don’t forget to set your clock back this SATURDAY NIGHT.
Important dates to remember this month are: November 4th
Council on Aging Thanksgiving Lunch at noon (please sign up).
Closed for Veteran’s Day
November 12th Board Meeting at 4:15 pm.
November 18th Birthday Lunch at noon (please sign up)
November 26th & 27th Closed for Thanksgiving.
We are looking for a couple of models for our Christmas Tea & Fashion Show – please call me if you are interested. This is sure to be a lot of fun! Speaking of the Christmas Tea, be sure to sign up.
Once again, our newsletter is filled with information. If you would like to submit anything to the newsletter, please submit it by the 15th of the month. If there’s anything that interests you, please let us know! Have a wonderful month and hope you can join us for a class, seminar or workshop.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Colleen P. Hale
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 secure 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.
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