Coming & Current Events
We are looking for at least 7 people who are interested in learning a new interactive dice game.
Easy to learn and lots of fun!
Please call the senior center at 894-9493 or Jackie at 894-0282 for more information.
Cory will be here Wednesday, April 29, 9:30p-11
to answer any questions you might have about the busing system.
We will be having our Annual Ladies Tea on Friday, May 22 at 11 am.
Please give call for reservations.
Are you interested in trying out the new busing system?
We'd like to take a trip into Muskegon one day for lunch.
If you'd like to add your name to our list, please give us a call!
Opening day! potluck May 1 at 12 at the Senior Center, playing at 1:30.
Do you buy Prairie Farms milk? It is sold at Wesco, Walgreens and Dollar General. Please save the milk lids.
We have been added to their list of charities that they will be helping.
Every cap entered in our name gets us 5 cents.
So start saving those caps today!
Did you know?
Our senior center has wi-fi internet free of charge!
Stop in and bring your lap top or use one of our computers..
The local Lions Club will give vision and hearing tests for free.
They can also help you get glasses and hearing aids.
We always have a box to collect your old eyeglasses.
If you are interested in a vision or hearing test, call the senior center.
Senior Transportation Service
Through the American Red Cross. Some stipulations apply. Call 726-3555.
Free Cell Phone Service
Through "safelink wireless". Call 722-7608 for full details.
Hired Hands for Seniors
A list of service providers in Muskegon County is available at the White Lake Senior Center.
Services include home care or repair and personal care, customized for your needs.
Walkers, canes, crutches, bath safety supplies, adult diapers and other medical aids
offered to those in need.
For questions about Nutritional Services for Seniors, call 724-0444
The purposes of the White Lake Senior Center are:
Plan, develop and facilitate programs and activities for the enhancement of health and economic needs of the aging.
Plan, develop, and provide meeting places for the enhancement of social and recreational activities for seniors.
Promote and safeguard the independence and well being of senior citizens of the White Lake area.
Provide information and make referrals for seniors to various service organizations within the community.
Cooperate with existing agencies in the development of needed resources for seniors.
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This web site was last updated on April 24, 2015.