Baby Boomers

Boomers Making a Difference Month

Article by Chris Draper, Aug 3, 2018 LifeStylemag.com August is Boomers Making a Difference Month. Baby boomers are typically identified as anyone born between 1945 & the early 1960’s. Though many have tried to attribute certain characteristics to those born during these years, baby boomers can’t be defined as a group. When we think of boomers, we tend to think…

Baby Boomers

National Volunteer Appreciation Month

Volunteers are a tremendous resource for charitable nonprofits. Many charitable nonprofits would not be able to conduct programs, raise funds, or serve clients without volunteers, including the Twin Falls Senior Center. National Volunteer Appreciation Month (April) reminds us of the importance of community, and why it’s become even clearer that volunteers really are the backbone of nonprofit organizations. WHY VOLUNTEER?…

Idaho Food Bank Commodity Supplemental Food Box Program

Developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), CSFP improves the health of low income seniors at least 60 years of age, by adding nutritious food to their diets. Eligible seniors receive a free food box on the second Thursday of the month that includes food, nutritional information & helpful recipes. Applications are available at the Senior Center. Call…

40th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting

MAY 11, 2018   40thAnniversary Ribbon Cutting – Friday @ 2:00 pm  Help us Celebrate National Older American Month by recognizing the Twin Falls Senior Center’s 40 years of service to our area Seniors and the community.   In conjunction with the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Center on Friday May 11th @…

AARP Driver’s Safety Class

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 9:00am – 2:30pm Driver’s Safety refresher class will be held at the Twin Falls Senior Center.  The class is especially designed for drivers over age of 50.  Class will help to reduce auto insurance premiums.  Call Roy Killgore @ 732-5597 to sign up for the class.  Remember to enjoy having lunch at the Senior Center.

June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month

The 15th of June in 2017 commemorates the elderly – it’s World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The day aims to focus global attention on the problem of physical, emotional, and financial abuse of elders. It also seeks to understand the challenges and opportunities presented by an ageing population, and brings together senior citizens, and their caregivers, national and local government,…

Explore Volunteer Opportunities Day April 6, 2017

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE FLYER TO SHARE Thursday, April 6, 2017 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Come JOIN Hospice Visions, CASA, Interlink Volunteer Caregivers, Idaho Youth Ranch, The Crisis Center, La Posada Ministries, Mustard Seed, Rising Stars Therapeutic Riding Center, Office on Aging-Senior Companion Program, and the Twin Falls Senior Center for a day filled with volunteer opportunities…

Twin Falls Senior Center Needs Help

Twin Falls Senior Center Needs Help To Continue Helping Others The Twin Falls Senior Center has a challenge to overcome. The need in the Magic Valley has increased while government support has not kept pace. Jeanette Roe is the Executive Director for the Twin Falls Senior Center and she explained that there is a constant need for volunteers including drivers…