Golden Age Center

Sarah Ridley

Castodian

Crissy Brookover‚Äč

Blue Barn Mgr.

DESTINATION: Food, Friends, & Fun
 Come in to visit us and see what is happening and let us know what you might like to see in the future at THE GOLDEN AGE CENTER.
No 60 plus senior is turned away for not being able to pay. 

Contributions are voluntary.
 The Golden Age Center serves an annual average of 60 meals per day.

Seniors and non-seniors are invited to enjoy nutritious home-cooked lunches prepared by our Head Cook at the Center for over 25 years 

We are open Mondays through Thursdays 9:am - 3:pm with lunch served promptly at Noon.


 Suggested voluntary contribution for seniors over 60 and over $5. 
  Those under age 60, lunch is a mere $8.

 Take home add $.50  

Joni Granrud

Asst. Cook

Tina West

Head Cook

Kit Porritt

Executive Director

Meet Our Team

Find your inner power by helping seniors

Hunger isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round effort is to feed seniors and actively encourage socialization and involvement by providing resources and activity. Come have lunch with these seniors who are the keepers of history and see first-hand the families we help live full lives.

Locally and nationally, Golden Age Center is a vocal advocate for senior citizens joining with our community and PSA2 to give safe and  consistent assistance to our seniors. .

Our Outreach team transports seniors to our site, and delivers hot meals to qualified seniors.

Our Mission

Homebound Projects

Join Us

For seniors who are unable to come to the Center, we deliver lunches Mon. - Thurs. to their homes. Our van driver makes certain that each "Homebound" person not only receives a delicious warm lunch, but also has social contact with the "outside" world. The Golden Age Center delivers an average of 20/day homebound meals. Call our driver, Lyn Barber, (530) 739-8740        24 hours in advance.  Monday through Thursdays call the kitchen by 10am to order homebound meals.

WIRELESS
Wireless service is available along with several COMPUTERS for your use 9:am - 3:pm Mon. - Thurs.. 
WEEKLY
Blood Pressure Checks
MONTHLY
Hearing Test and Fall Flu Vaccines


GAC is a resource for information and service to help find what you need for social, medical, legal, and other local helps.

The Golden Age Center provides information about various resources, programs and services for seniors. Arrangements and appointments to link our clientele with appropriate community services are available. In addition, the Center provides weekly blood pressure tests, annual flu shots, monthly hearing tests, nutrition education, emergency programs and social activities.

The Golden Age Center is more than a place where seniors can come to have a healthy meal with their friends. The Center offers programs that provide seniors with social activities where seniors and the community can come together in a friendly environment to socialize, learn, or just chat.

BINGO

Bingo every 1st and 3rd Thursday beginning at 1:30 pm.

Marathon Bingo is held once per quarter on Saturdays 11:am - 5:pm.

CLASSES AND GROUPS
Sign up at front desk for:

Arts and Crafts Club 2nd and 4th Thursdays after lunch.
Bring your own art or craft to work on or we'll be working on projects for the Early Christmas Bazaar sale.
Anyone wanting to teach art or crafts please let Kit know.
 
Line Dancing  is on Tuesdays, from 1 - 2:pm   $2./Class per person.          First class free.

Nutrition, Arts/Crafts, Cards, Games, TV

Music Events

A great space to rent for your special occasions.

Welcome to the Golden Age Center.Inc,
A senior nutrition and transportation service

201 Brown's Ranch Road * P.O. Box 1413

Weaverville, CA 96093-1413
E-Mail:  goldenagecentertrinity@gmail.com
Van Phone# (530)739-8740

Kim Duncan

Kitchen Aid

The Golden Age Center (GAC) is a non-profit organization for the benefit of Trinity County's seniors.  We are partially funded by the Older American Act and adhere to all rules and regulations of the PSA2 Area Agency on Aging.  Due to the fact that this funding does not cover all of our expenses, we depend on community donations, fund-raisers, donations of goods and services, and revenue from our Blue Barn Boutique to complement OAA funds.  This is an Equal Opportunity Program.  Discrimination is prohibited by Federal Law.

Lyn Barber

Van Driver