About Us

November 2016 Message from the Director

Dear Members,

Fall is in the air, and we’re getting some much needed rain. Don’t let the weather keep you from venturing out to enjoy the many activities the Senior Center has to offer. Veterans are invited to enjoy our special lunch on Thursday, November 10 to honor their service. Crafters – we still have tables available for our Craft Fair on November 19. Please respond to this message, call us at 894-4826, or come by the Center to sign up for either.

I’m looking forward to seeing you at the Senior Center!
Brooke

If you receive the newsletter via e-mail, we’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