Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Fall 2018

Pullman Parks & Recreation Brochure...Your Recreation Connection

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Pullman Parks & Recreation: Pioneer Center, 240 SE Dexter: 509-338-3227 Register online at: PullmanParksandRec.com 42 ACTIVE ADULTS Join Us at The Pullman Senior Center! Active Living for Active Adults Active Living for Active Adults 325 SE Paradise St., City Hall, 1st Floor Call: 509-338-3307 email: seniorcenter@pullman-wa.gov or monica.lecaire@pullman-wa.gov Web: PullmanParksandRec.com Membership You can become a member of the Pullman Senior Citizens Association by paying just $15/individual and $25/couple annual dues. You will receive the monthly newsletter with your membership, which contains information about upcoming programs and trips. For more information, please call 509-338-3307, or stop by the Pullman Senior Center, 325 SE Paradise St. (Pullman City Hall) Education Computer & Phone Classes AARP Driver Courses AARP Tax Aide Informational Seminars Books & Puzzles Health & Wellness Fit & Fall Proof Exercises Blood Pressure Clinics Yoga Classes Tai Chi Zumba Nutrition Council on Aging Meals Breakfast Clubs Supper Clubs Grocery Shopping Recreation/ Special Interest Bridge Bingo Dominos Pinochle Hand & Foot Cribbage Wii Bowling Travel/Tours Day Trips Overnight Excursions National/International Tours Special Events Holiday Bazaar Fundraiser Christmas Potluck Mystery Play & Dinner Irish Feast Volunteer Opportunities: Center Support Fund-raising Activities Leadership Positions NEW! NEW! Guest Speakers First Monday of each month a guest speaker will come prior to lunch being served to speak on informative topics specifi c to active/retired/aging adults. Topics will range from Fire Home Safety to Leisure Travel and connecting with the younger generations. If you have a special topic you would like to hear more information on please contact Monica LeCaire at 509- 338-3307 or email her at monica.lecaire@ pullman-wa.gov. Traveling to other Council to Aging & Human Services (COA) Meal Sites! The Council on Aging and Human Services provides a delicious noon meal throughout Whitman County. Come with us to visit with friends in other communities. Home pick up will begin 1-hour prior to departure. You are responsible for the cost of your meal at these other sights. Sign up at the Pullman Senior Center the Friday prior to date. Visits to other meals sites: Lacrosse Tu .............Sep 18 .................. 10:30am-2:00pm Resident: $10/N-Resident: $12 Palouse W ..............Oct 24 ................... 10:30am-2:00pm Colfax W ..............Nov 7 .................... 10:30am-2:00pm Resident: $5/N-Resident: $7 Suggested donation for COA meals: 60 yrs old and older................................ $4.25 59 yrs and younger ................................ $6.50 Meal to be paid for at the site location to Council on Aging & Human Services. Meet our Senior Program Coordinator Please stop by the Pullman Senior Center and welcome our new Senior Program Coordinator Monica LeCaire. Monica previously worked for 10 1/2 years as a court social worker with Washington State, Children's Administration (CPS); the last 5 1/2 years in Whitman County. She has experience working with community service organizations and is knowledgeable of the resources available in rural communities. Monica has a Masters in Social Worker from Eastern Washington University. You can get in contact with Monica by calling 509-338-3307 or email her at monica.lecaire@pullman-wa. gov.

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