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Programs starting!

We are hopeful that all our programs will be up and running September 13th. If you or someone you know would like to join us for Lunch with Friends, Day Away or Monday Morning Market please call the Centre at 250-832-7000.

Choose to Move!

Salmon Arm Recreation is offering a program for inactive seniors 65 years and older called Choose to Move. It’s 12 weeks long and provides both information and movement.

Choose to Move will be on Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 beginning in April and will be held at the Shaw Centre.

For more information call 250-832=4044 or email dflatman@salmonarmrecreation.ca

Income tax time!

Our income tax program will start March 1st. This is a free program offered for uncomplicated tax returns with income $35,000 and under for individuals and $45,000 and under for couples.

If you have a simple return you can drop off your information at our Centre in our drop off box between 9:30-2:30 Monday to Friday.

If you need to see an intake volunteer we are booking appointments between 9:30-2:30 Monday to Fridays, please call the Centre at 250-832-7000

Please wear a mask and follow all Covid protocols posted in the Centre.

Christmas Closure

We will be closed December 21st and reopening Monday January 4th, 2021.

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year.

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The  Seniors’ Resource Centre in Salmon Arm was established in 1987.

We are a non-profit organization offering information and referral services to seniors.

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Our Mission Statement:  Helping senior members of our community and involving them in improving the quality of their lives while recognizing the essential value of a volunteer workforce and cooperative community liaisons.

The Purpose of our Society:

  • To involve seniors in improving the quality of their lives
  • To support senior members of our community to maintain their independence by providing them with information, services and programs
  • To utilize a volunteer workforce and recognize their essential value as a part of our organization
  • To cooperate with other community agencies in furthering supports to seniors

The participation of our volunteers in our programs is the key to our success.  

If you would like to volunteer, please drop in or give us a call.  By volunteering with us, we can help you find a meaningful way for you to share your interests and talents. Our volunteers need not be seniors.

We are also grateful to our community partners for their unfailing support without whom none of these programs would be possible:

Askew’s Food Services, BC Gaming Commission, Bombay Grill, Catholic Church of St. Joseph, Remedy’s RX, Interior Health, City of Salmon Arm, BC Transit, Shoppers Drug Mart, Elk’s Lodge, Order of the Royal Purple, Rotary Club of Salmon Arm, Shuswap Lake General Hospital – Dietary Services, Salmar Community Association, Experience 50+ Magazine, SASCU, Knights of Clolumbus, Seniors Outreach and Resource Centre, and the Shuswap Community Foundation.

Please see our COVID-19 Response page for further information on how we are handling the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

This entry was posted on October 22, 2013. 2 Comments