Black Diamond Community Center senior programs

All senior programs are located at the Black Diamond Community Center,
located at 31605 Third Ave (SR 169) in Black Diamond.  For questions,
reservations, or appointments, call Cheryl or Leslie at 360-886-1011.

Feb 21st - Thursday - Foot Care appointments available with Karen Poppleton,
9am-4pm, $25.
Feb 28th - Thursday - Lunch with Stan's Band "Diamonds in the Rough,"
10:30am-1pm.  Lunch is $3.
March 14th - Thursday - St. Patrick's Day Luncheon with Stan's Band
"Diamonds in the Rough," 10:30am-1pm.  Lunch is $3 and reservations are
required in advance.  Call 360-886-1011 to sign up.
March 28th - Thursday - Easter Bunny Hop Luncheon with Stan's Band "Diamonds
in the Rough."  Lunch is served at 12 noon, $3.  Reservations required, call

Senior Activities at the Black Diamond Community Center -
Call 360-886-1011 for more information.
Location: 31605 Third Ave, SR Hwy 169, Black Diamond.

Senior Congregate Meals -Tuesdays and Thursdays - served at noon, social
hour begins at 11am, $3 suggested donation.

Play Pool with Mister Wim - Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30-11:30am.
Pinochle with Ron & Alice - Tuesdays 12:45pm to 2:15pm.
B-I-N-G-O with Mister Dale - Thursdays at 1pm, after lunch.
Taking Pounds Off Sensibly(TOPS) meets Fridays 9am-11am.

Please donate your old eyeglasses!

Do you have old pairs of eyeglasses you no longer use?  The Enumclaw Lions
Club has an eyeglasses donation box at the Black Diamond Community Center.
Together we are collecting clean and gently used eyeglasses for people in
remote areas of developing countries.  The glasses will be examined and
packaged by volunteer eye doctors who will sort them for the different
prescription needs.  This is an easy and wonderful opportunity for you to
donate to a much needed cause.  The Black Diamond Community Center is
located at 31605 Third Ave (SR 169) in Black Diamond.  The Community Center
is open Monday thru Friday, 8am to 4pm.

Senior Health and Fitness at the Black Diamond Community Center

BD Walk & Talk - Mondays & Wednesdays.  Group meets at BDCC at 7:30AM.  Walk
around Black Diamond on Mondays, and off to the Wilderness trail on

TOPS - Take off Pounds Sensibly - Fridays at 9AM in the BDCC Pool Room -
Lose weight and make new friends with this great support group!

Nutrition Lunch - Congregate Meal served Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon.
Suggested donation is $3.  Social gathering starts at 11AM.

Blood Pressure - Come get your blood pressure checked every Thursday from
11:30am to noon by volunteers from the Black Diamond Fire Department.

Diabetic Shoe Fittings - Are you in need of or interested in getting
diabetic shoes?  Appointments with representatives from Priority Footwear
are available.  Call 360-886-1011 for more information.

Foot Care - Third Thursday of every month, with Karen Poppleton, for only
$25!!!  Appointments available 9am-4pm, call 360-886-1011 to make your

Special Services for Seniors at the Black Diamond Community Center
Location: 31605 Third Ave, SR Hwy 169, Black Diamond.

Wheel Chairs, Walkers & Canes - These and other aids are available for your
use.  Please donate any items you no longer use.

Free Pet Food - Once a month for low-income seniors.  Sponsored by the
Humane Society.  Come by the Black Diamond Community Center to fill out an
application.  This service is available each month.

Need Transportation for appointments?  Please call Volunteer Transportation
at 206-448-5740 or King County Metro Access Service at 1-800-770-1999.

Meals on Wheels - Available to home-bound seniors.  Meals are provided by
Senior Services for only a $3 donation for each meal.  24-pack cases of
Ensure are also available for a discount rate of $25.  Please call
360-886-1011 for information and to sign up for the program.

Emergency Assistance - Help from the Salvation Army available with rent or
gas for Senior Citizens, the disabled, and low-income families with
children.  Must reside in Black Diamond, Ravensdale, Maple Valley,
Covington, or east unincorporated Kent (98042).  Energy assistance
appointments will be available again in January.

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