506 Fourth Street

Snohomish, WA

98290

Email: sburlison@snohomishcenter.org

Phone: 360-568-0934

A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization

Business Hours: Mon -Fri 9:00am – 4:00pm

© 2018 Snohomish Senior Center

About

In less than three decades the Snohomish Senior Center has grown to become a vital asset to its members and the community. Beginning as a small, all-volunteer organization, the Center now employs seven staff members and offers over 67 programs and services each week to more than 800 members.

 

For Those We Serve

We continually develop our knowledge, skills, and resources to provide programs and services of the highest quality. We serve with respect and care, without regard to income, race, religious preference, or sexual orientation.

 

For Their Friends and Family

We are sensitive to the concerns and are responsive to the needs of family, partners, and friends.

 

For The Community

We advocate together with others in the community for needed services and programs. We maintain close collaborative relationships with other community organizations and agencies.

 

For Those Who Support Us

We recognize that your time, financial contributions, and interest make our work possible. We value this support and will utilize these resources wisely, working together to enhance the lives of those we serve.

Our Staff

Sharon Burlison, Janet Dean, Julianne McKeown, Heidi Gottas, Melinda Anderson, Rosalie Han, Alexander Pacely

Board of Directors for 2019-2020

Merle Kirkley, President

Michael Manley, Vice President

Carol Stultz, Secretary

Kim Harrison, Treasurer

Valerie Berger

JoAnn Britt

Carroll Brown

John Buckingham

Beth Buckley

Sharon Diel

Bill Doran

Charlotte Fitzgerald

Timm Hall

Kyla McNulty

Judy Spaetig

 

*Interested in being a Board Member? Applications/Nomination forms are available here.

 

"The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members."

-Coretta Scott King

Our Mission

To promote the physical, emotional, intellectual and economic well-being of adults through a variety of activities, services and opportunities for learning, participation, and socializing both at the center and elsewhere.

Our Vision

To be an indispensable asset to seniors and the community.