Here are a few tips to make sure you stay safe and prepared for the wintery weather adventures ahead.
If you’re online, check out takewinterbystorm.org for great ideas and checklists. A few items they suggest you have on hand: Water and food for three days, flashlight, first aid kit, cash, meds & pet supplies.
On stormy days, listen to local news reports for school closures. The Senior Center will follow the recommendations for Riverview School Dis- trict. If they have a one-hour delay, so will the Senior Center. A 1-hour delay means no 8 a.m. fit- ness class. A 2-hour delay will cancel both morning fitness classes. A full-day closure means all activities and lunch, will be cancelled.
You may call the center for updates at 425-333-4152 or check the webpage snovalleysenior.org or check our Facebook page. Keep in mind, if power is down in some areas, we may not be able to update immediately.
Help Save our Adult Day Health Program!
One of the toughest things an organization can face is needing to close a beloved and important program. Our Adult Day Health program is in a tough, tough place right now, and without a huge response from you, the community, I’m afraid we will be facing that decision. We have until February 1st to increase enrollment to this program, in addition to gathering three years of pledged financial support. There is a wealth of information you can download and share on our Adult Day Health page of our website. Please visit it to learn more about actions you can take to help prevent this program’s closure.