The Western Kenosha County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. (WKCSCC) has owned and operated the Westosha Senior Community Center (WSCC) since 1981. Westosha Senior Community Center’s purpose is to coordinate services, programs and activities that assist seniors in maintaining their independence, provide new opportunities for learning, creativity, fitness and friendship, and encourage their involvement as vital members of their communities. Over the past decade, WSCC, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit, has worked to build and provide robust fitness, activity and education programs. WKCSCC’s major funder is Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC). Especially considering issues of affordability, many of the 200 seniors who visit WSCC monthly do require the services of the Senior Center to improve personal health through being mentally and physically engaged.
Our senior members and program participants live in Bristol, Salem Lakes, Trevor, Silver Lake, Brighton, Wheatland, Somers, Paddock Lake, Twin Lakes, Randall, Union Grove, Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie. WSCC provides services to nearly 500 senior citizens per year. Many events are inter-generational to welcome families with seniors. Members range in age from 50 to 95.