North Platte Senior Center
901 East 10th St.
Phone: (308) 532-6544
The North Platte Senior Services Center officially opened its doors for service to the community in December of 1979. The Center’s mission at that time was to provide a gathering place for North Platte’s senior citizens. Since that time, the scope of the Center’s mission has increased to include quality of life activities, such as, seminars on health issues, financial and legal help topics, bingo, dancing, table pool, card clubs and blood pressure screenings.
The North Platte Senior Center provides: freedom, dignity, independence for older population of North Platte and Lincoln County. The Senior Center is the community focal point where older adults come together for services and activities that reflect their experience and skills; respond to their diverse needs and interests: enhance their dignity: support their independence and encourage their involvement in and with the center and community.
The North Platte Senior Center provides fun and healthy activities for North Platte’s Senior Citizens, age 60 or older.
Senior Center operating hours is 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Monday thru Friday
Monthly lunch menus are posted in the newsletter, the North Platte Telegraph as well as being broadcast through local radio stations.
Rooms are available to rent for your special events.
North Platte Senior Center is sponsored in part by West Central Nebraska Area Agency on Aging, City of North Platte, United Way, and with matching funds from Meal contributions, public bingo and special fundraising events, along with personal donations, special gifts and memorials.
Nutritious noon meals are served Monday thru Friday at a suggested donation rate of $4.50 for persons 60 and over. Persons under the age of 60 are welcome to come any day and are charged a set price of $6.00 per person. Guests are asked to call for lunch reservations by 10:00 A.M. each day.
Home Delivered Meals are delivered Monday thru Friday at a suggested donation of $4.50 per meal. Must be homebound or handicapped, age 60 or over, Doctors orders will be obtained by the Senior Center. Frozen meals are available for the weekend if needed.
The Senior Center also offers a Pet Food Pantry Program. Goals and Activities of the Program include:
Goal 1: To have funding available to purchase pet food for at risk seniors currently receiving home delivered meals who have pets.
Activities: – There will continue to be a priority assistance scale established based on senior income and our home assessment to determine assistance for clients with pets that are currently receiving home delivered meals.
If seniors are approved, pet food will be delivered once a month to their homes.
Goal 2: Partner with local stores to purchase the pet food.
Activities – The program will work with local vendors to purchase the pet food needed and collaborate to receive donated pet food to the program. For more information, call 308-532-6544.
- Strength training class
- Bingo for fun
- Line Dancing
- RSVP quilters
- 21 Dance Club
- BUNCO club
- Mexican Train Dominos
- Bridge Club
- Square and round dancing
- Musical entertainment
- Trips to Rosebud
- Three pool tables
- Pool tournaments
- Computer & Email available
- Exercise equipment
- Monthly birthday parties
- Blood Pressure and Foot Care
- Informational Programs
- Music Makers Band
- Public Bingo
- Outside Bocce Courts
The North Platte Senior Center appreciates the support of our local United Way.
Minden Senior Center
403 N. Colorado
Phone: (308) 832-2139
The Minden Senior Center provides noon meals five days per week Monday – Friday from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Suggested donation rate of $4.50 for persons 60 and over. Persons under the age of 60 are welcome to attend at a set price of $6.00 Guests are asked to call for lunch reservation 24 hours in advance.
The Center provides educational programs plus hearing and foot care sessions, and blood pressure clinics.
Entertainment includes: TV, travelogues, music events, cards, pool, quilting, puzzles, special events.
Minden Senior Center is sponsored in part by South Central Nebraska Area Agency on Aging, Kearney County Supervisors, the Kearney Area United Way, matching funds from meal contributions, special fundraising events, along with personal donations, special gifts and memorials.
Senior Center Coordinator: Sheana Overleese
The Minden Senior Center appreciates the support of our local United Way.
Peterson Senior Activity Center – Nutrition Program
2020 West 11th, Yanney Park
Phone: Kitchen (308) 233-3292
Mid is the contract meal provider for the Peterson Senior Activity Center. Mid Nutrition Program staff provide a healthy and nutritious noon time meal to area seniors. The program is partially funded through South Central Area on Aging. The suggested donation for seniors over 60 is $4.50. For those under 60 the flat fee is $6.00 per meal.
Guests are asked to make a reservation by 9:30 a.m. the day that they would like to eat. To make a reservation, please call (308) 233-3278.
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