The Cheney Senior Citizen Center has been in existence for over 40 years. The building is located at 516 N. Main. All seniors, age 60 or older, are welcomed and encouraged to join.


The membership fee is $10.00 per year. Business meetings are held once a month involving all members. A Board of Directors is elected annually and meets as needed.


  Activities:


• A potluck dinner is held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Food tables are set up at 5:50. A program follows the ` meal, featuring a guest musician, entertainer, or lecturer. After the program, there is a short business meeting before dismissal.


• Cards and games are played Monday to Friday, from 10:30 until lunch, and again after lunch until about 3 pm. That depends on how many are present and wanting to play


• Aging Projects provides meals for seniors at 11:30 a.m. The cost is $3 each, but pre-registration is required. It also provides the Meals on Wheels program for those unable to come to the Center. For information call (316) 542-3721.


• Computers are available for use by seniors when the Center is open for games and meals, M-F, approximately 10:30 to 3.


• Special classes are sometimes offered at the Center. These are announced in the Times-Sentinel and sign-up sheets are available at the Senior Center during the game and meal times.


• The Center may also be rented for special occasions. The cost is $75 per each occasion.

For information call Imogene Beat at (316) 542-3673.


For additional information, call President Mary Long  at (316) 542-0805