Senior Center Programs


       Happy March>THOUGHT OF THE MONTH:   "No Matter how long the Winter, Spring is sure to Follow "

Mary's Minute:

Hello , I hope all is well with you! Like the thought of the month says, " No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow" This thought of the month is perfect for March, especially this March with the winter that we have had! I can't wait until March 20th because that is the first day of spring ! Of course I am not wishing my life away, but this has been one long and cold winter so Spring it is! That is of course after we celebrate St. Patrick's Day, which is March 17th , don't cha know. Like the story goes, you have to get past St. Patrick's Day and then spring will come, so fingers crossed and let's hope together ! You all are the best ! Happy March my friend !! Love and Laughter, Mary

 Western New York Official Prescription Discount Card - WNY Rx available at the West Seneca Senior Center! 


~Below is  link to a 3 minute presentation from the Health Fair that was held at the Senior Center, so check it out and enjoy!

Health Fair 2011


SENIOR CENTER COOKBOOK!  The Senior Center is going to publish a cookbook.  Anyone can submit their one favorite recipe for the book.  Drop it off in the office today!     

~The Stay Fit Nutrition Program, Lunch served daily (Monday - Friday) at 12:30 PM, please be at the Center by 11:45; As of 1/2/14 the suggested cost of the lunch is $3.00. Stop in any time and get a menu>Cancellations please; call 675-9288 before noon any day when you can't make it for lunch, thank you!

TAI CHI IS BACK !!!!! Monday and Friday @ 10;15

Annoying Calls "DO NOT CALL LIST " NUMBER 1-800-382-1222


~3/2 Lasagna roll w/ meat sauce, green beans, carrots, tropical fruit 3/3 diced pork in gravy over pasta, peas, pumpkin Bavarian, 3/4 Turkey Vegetable Casserole, garlic mashed potatoes, biscuit , rice krispie treat, 3/5 LS Ham w/ maple sauce , Au Gratin Potatoes, Brussel sprouts, Lemon Bavarian, 3/6 Vegetable Strata w/ white cheese sauce, roasted Red Potatoes, ambrosia 3/9 Veal Parmesan, penne pasta & tomato sauce, green beans, grape juice, vanilla pudding 3/10 BBQ Boneless chicken breast, Mashed potatoes, spinach, fresh fruit 3/11 Goulash Casserole, broccoli, chef salad w/dressing, Italian bread, citrus fruit 3/12 Salisbury Steak w/gravy, carrots , creamed dill cabbage, frosted yellow cake 3/13 Cheese Omelet, home fries , warm apples & cranberry , blueberry muffin, chocolate Mousse 3/16 Boneless Chicken breast w/gravy, dutchess potatoes, tender peas, pears 3/17 SPECIAL ST.PATS LUNCH, CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE, CARROTS, RYE BREAD 3/18 lasagna roll w/meat sauce, cauliflower , chef salad w/ dressing , fresh fruit, 3/19 Julienne Entrée Salad , turkey, ham , swiss, egg, fresh mixed greens ,fruit Gelatin 3/20 baked fish w/lemon dill sauce, broccoli-cheese rice , carrots apple juice , chocolate brownie 3/23 Breaded Veal Cutlet w/gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, lima bean bake , fruit cocktail, 3/24 LS Knockwurst w/ sauerkraut, roasted red potatoes, warm cinnamon apples, fruit gelatin, 3/25 Boneless Chicken Breast w/gravy, creamed potatoes, broccoli, fresh fruit, 3/26 Homemade stuffed green peppers w/sauce, peas ,pumpkin Bavarian, 3/27 Red Vegetarian Chili, white rice , carrots, Chef salad, pineapple, 3/30 2 Stuffed Shells w/ meat sauce, cauliflower, spinach , cookie., 3/31 Sweet & sour chicken over brown rice, carrots, broccoli, marble pudding






Years ago to help maintain the memory and sacrifices of so many West Seneca Veterans the town historian at that time, Frank J. Lankes created a WAR SERVICE RECORD containing the name, address and branch of service of each individual entering military service.  An effort was made to track the bases of operations, training and citations for each of our service personnel.  These records were maintained, but over a period of time, these WAR SERVICE RESORDS were placed in storage and for the most part, largely forgotten.  UNTIL NOW!  To help maintain the memory and sacrifices of so many West Seneca residents, the information has been recreated from the original WAR SERVICE RECORD.  In addition to the notes compiled by the Town Historian, residents are urged to contribute and additional information on any World War II veteran they may know or have known.  The goal is to have a complete military record for each World War II veteran whose unique and crucial contribution helped end the worst conflict the world has ever experienced.


If you have additional military service information that you would like to share on a veteran, please send an email or call Jim Manley so these service records can be updated.  With your help, our World War II veterans will never be forgotten.


email:                    Phone:  Jim Manley @ 716-674-4224


CERT Special Needs Registry Program:   Information at the Senior Center. The registry will enable Erie County to identify residents in need of special assistance, plan for resources and equipment to meet the identified needs and respond in an appropriate manner.  Towns will have knowledge of special needs residents and be able to repond more effectively to disasters or major incidents.

:  Wii Bowling Wednesday at 10am in the game room ! Great things to do at the Senior Center , we have ceramics, Euchre, pinochle, shoot the Moon , hand & foot card games, line Dancing, Bingo , Dancercise , Stop in and see us !!!! Thursday and Sunday Dances !!! 3/ 4, Union Medical, Meet & Greet, 3/5 Thursday Dance, 6;30 Bobby Sugg 3/6 Univera info session- 10;00 3/7 Pinochle Tournament 11 am -play 1;00, 3/9 Eucher Tournament 3/10 Walgreens info session 10:00, 3/10 Blue Cross / blue shield info session 10:00, 3/12 United Health Care info session 11;00, 3/15 Sunnday Dance - doors open 6;00pm music Krew Brothers, 3/23 MVP info session, 3/23 senior board Meeting - 1;15, Trips & tours meeting 2:30 3/27 Computer Classes - free internet Books,                                                                                                                 

  Memories made here!  So here's to Good Health, Good Friends and Good Times at the West Seneca Senior Center!