For information and guidance regarding opening and attendance rules, click here. This applies to the center and the dining facility. We're still a long way from being back to normal, so please
get your vaccination if you haven't done so.
For Clatsop County COVID-19 information click here.
If you know seniors in Group 1B that do not have access to this online information, have not had their vaccines, or simply need help understanding the process, please assist them or have them contact the Director at the Senior Center for help
in registering by calling 503-325-3231.
The Astoria Senior Center (ASC) is a small nonprofit gem in downtown Astoria, Oregon. The facility is meant to be an activities center, but our services extend past recreation. We have a dedicated staff of volunteers and an Executive Director who make the best of their facilities, using it to make a difference in people's lives. For example, we offer lifetime learning, important social interaction, and a comfortable, quiet facility. Also, we partner with the nonprofit Columbia Senior Diners to provide delicious lunches. Thanks to our commitment, the seniors in the area have a clean and friendly environment in which to spend their time and build relationships.
The Astoria Senior Center's Board of Directors is all-voluntary. The organization depends on our selfless and awesome volunteers from driving the bus to helping with income taxes. There is so much to do, and is so rewarding. Want to try your hand at volunteering? Call Larry at 503-325-3231 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Astoria Senior Center is a 501(C)(3) foundation, which means it is a nonprofit charitable institution, and all donations are tax-deductible. The Astoria Senior Center currently has approximately 600 paid up members who pay dues of $20 per year. The building in which the ASC is located is owned by the City of Astoria. Apart from rent relief, the ASC receives very little from the City of Astoria or the government.
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Created by Larry Miller and Tom Owen