Carl Gipson Senior Center To Re-Open In January

December 4, 2021

Events in Everett

Volunteers of Western Washington announced on social media this week that the Carl Gipson Senior Center in Everett, Washington will re-open in January. Here’s their announcement.

Click to check out the new Facebook Page for the Carl Gipson Senior Center.

We’re thrilled to share that VOA’s Carl Gipson Center will reopen to seniors (50+) on Monday, January 3rd, 2022 at 8:30am, in partnership with Homage Senior Services and the City of Everett, WA – Govt.
 
To provide a warm welcome to seniors, we’re providing the month of January 2022 free to all Carl Gipson Center members.

We’re also offering free coffee, decaf and tea every morning until noon; Free Muffin Mondays (until 11am); and fitness classes and parking passes are now included in the $25.00 annual membership for 2022. We do not want the cost to be a barrier to anyone to participate and encourage anyone needing assistance to complete our Financial Assistance form in person or on our website.

Because many in our community have compromised immune systems, we require proof of vaccination against Covid-19 or approved Medical or Religious Waiver Exemption; masks for anyone not eating or drinking or alone in an office; and social distancing. You can find more information and forms at: https://www.voaww.org/gipson-center

Our new Activities Coordinator, Cora Koffski, joined us on Wednesday, and we plan on sharing more information on daily schedules and activities in the coming weeks. We’re excited to open our doors, meet you and begin the next chapter of the Carl Gipson Center.
 
You can follow the Carl Gipson Senior Center on their new Facebook page to keep up on all the events or if not into social media, here is the link to their webpage.



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