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The Senior Center of Finney County is
committed to providing services, information,
education and recreation for seniors, families
and caregivers in Finney County. The Senior
Center responds to a growing senior population
with expanding and changing needs. We
envision a caring and healthy community which
encourages intergenerational relationships,
recognizes the wisdom and experience of its
elders and demonstrates awareness and
respect for the aging process.

The purpose of this organization is:
  • To study the needs of the elderly throughout the county and take necessary action to meet those needs.
  • To encourage, promote and aid in the establishment of all programs and services for Senior Citizens.
  • To be the designated county unit for handling programs of the State and Federal Government relating to
    Senior Citizens within Finney County.

The Senior Center of Finney County is funded by Finney County, Southwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging,
Kansas Department of Aging, Kansas Department of Transportation, Finnup Foundation, Mary Jo Williams
Charitable Trust , City of Garden City, United Way and private donations from local businesses and friends.
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Barbara Jensen, Executive Director
bjensen@finneycounty.org
907 North Tenth
Garden City, Kansas 67846
Phone: (620) 272 - 3620
Sponsored By:
Finney County Committee on Aging, Inc.

Funded By:
Finney County
Kansas Department of Transportation
Southwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging
Kansas Department on Aging
Finnup Foundation
City of Garden City
Finney County United Way
Private Donations
Exercise Opportunities:

Strength Training for Seniors:  Mondays & Thursdays at 4:00 pm.  
Build strength and improve balance to reduce falls.  Use hand and ankle weights.  You choose how
much weight to use to challenge yourself.  Bring a towel.  Weights provided.

Walking Club:  Tuesdays at 9:00.  
Meet at Wal-Mart.  Location and time will change as the seasons change.  
Meet with friends & see some sights.

Gentle Exercises:  Tuesdays & Fridays at 11:00 am.  
Easy movements seated or standing.  Stay fit without breaking a sweat!

Line Dancing:  Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:30 am.  
If you enjoy music and exercise, learn dance steps to a county beat.  

Yoga:  Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6:30 pm.  
Slow, stretching movements.  Yoga is for everyone.  
You do not need to be an expert or at the peak of health to start practicing yoga.  
The goal of Yoga practice is to overcome the limitations of the body.  
Yoga practice can help us to relax our body, calm our mind.  
Regular practice of yoga can lead us to be physically fit,
mentally calm and feel a sense of emotional well-being as well.  
Bring a floor mat.


Other Activities:  
Line Dancing -  8:30 am  Wednesdays and Fridays
Double Pinochle - Mondays at 12:30 pm
Pitch - Tuesdays at 12:30 pm
Pinochle - Wednesdays at 12:30 pm
Bridge - Fridays at 12:45 pm
Duplicate Bridge - Mondays at 7:00 pm and 2nd, 3rd
and 4th Sundays at 2:00 pm
Visitors:
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Senior Center Computer Lab:
The Computer Lab is open to the 55+ public
from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.

Intro to Computer classes begin on Tuesday,
January 13th and continue on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 9:00 to 10:30 am for six weeks.  
Classes will cover computer basics, internet, email
and basic programs. Instructor is Harvey Marcotte. Space is limited. Registration is
REQUIRED due to limited computers. Call 272-3620 to sign up.

Harvey Marcotte will be the instructor. Space is limited. Registration is REQUIRED due to
limited computers. Call (620) 272-3620 to sign up early.
  • Made Possible By: Garden City Community College, City of Garden City, Commerce Bank, Finney
    County, Bob Stubblefield and Garden City Information Technologies Corporation, Inc.
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Finney County
Senior Citizens Association
The Finney County Senior Citizens Association, known as the Association, is the organization
that worked to get the Senior Center established. They purchased the first Mini Bus for Finney
County and established Meals on Wheels 40 years ago. The Association is still active today.
They sponsor the weekly dances held at the Senior Center, host a monthly covered dish dinner,
and sponsor an annual bazaar as a fund-raiser. Now is a great time to join the Association as
plans are being made for the Bazaar held in October. Everyone age 55+ in Finney County is
welcome. Membership dues are only $3 per year. Covered dish dinners are held the first Friday
of each month at 6:00 pm. The entertainment for July 6th is the Humdinger Band. August 3rd
entertainment is “Too Many Strings”. Join us for fun, fellowship and great food.
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  The Finney County Committee on Aging, Inc. (FCCA) would like to recognize
outgoing board members Beth Tedrow and Ray Mann for their interest, humor,
intelligence, patience & generosity. Thank you Beth and Ray for your service &
commitment to the Senior Center of Finney County and Finney County Transit.
2016 FCCA members are Anna May Velev, Susan Chase, Warren Schwab, Tim
Beltran, Richard De La Rosa, Bob Trosper and Johnnie Holmes. The public is
invited to attend board meetings.
February 14-20
Show your love by donating any of the following:
*styrofoam plates         *plastic silverware         *napkins
*roll of stamps         *air fresheners         *crossword puzzle books
*zip lock bags         *word search books         *prizes for activities
Any donation is greatly appreciated.
Resolved to get involved in an exercise program in 2016? Try one of these free
exercise opportunities. You can join any class at any time. Give us a try!
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