City Gives Senior Center Helping Hand
On Tuesday, Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean and City Manager Ken Pulskamp presented a check representing the annual contribution of $611,080 to the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging to support Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center services.
Funds allocated by the City of Santa Clarita allow the Senior Center to provide support services for more than 35,000 seniors and functionally impaired adults in the area.
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Services available for seniors include transit services, including free Dial-A-Ride and local bus transportation; recreational wellness and personal development classes; a handy worker program to help seniors with home repairs; a home delivery meal program; and health and wellness programs.
Mayor Marsha McLean signs a check representing the city of Santa Clarita's total annual contribution of $611,080 to the SCV Committee on Aging. Pictured from left Myles McNamara, President of SCV Senior Center Foundation; Mayor Marsha McLean; City Manager Ken Pulskamp; Donald Kimball, President of Committee on Aging; Tanya Marshall, Interim Executive Director of the Senior Center; Kathy Crone, Executive Director of the SCV Senior Center Foundation; and Councilmember Bob Kellar