Since 1980 this multi-purpose senior center, owned and operated by the 501(c)(3) non-profit WKCSCC Board of Directors and supported with funding from Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), has enhanced older persons’ dignity, supported the independence of seniors and encouraged involvement in and with the larger community.
Games like Aggravation, Scrabble, BINGO, and Wii bowling along with billiards like last-pocket opposites lure seniors to relax after lunch. The large vegetable garden turns those with a green thumb into spring and summer volunteers, and the paved flower-accented walking path promotes outdoor fitness. Computer, painting, Weight Loss Buddies and Black Jack-for-Fun classes expand the range of activities. To complement senior programming, health and wellness screens, blood pressure checks through Aurora Health Care, AARP tax preparation and ADRC senior benefit specialist fill the calendar. Themed parties for holiday seasons and potluck parties draw seniors and families. Bristol Progress Days offers a WSCC float from which seniors toss candies to eager children. We even offer space to rent if you have an event you’d like to host here. (See our floor plan.) And remember, in case of emerency, we are an American Red Cross shelter.