Senior Center Programs


        THOUGHT OF THE MONTH:   "" People don't notice whether it's winter or summer when they are happy "

Mary's Minute:

Hello, I hope all is well with you! like the thought of the month says, "People don't notice whether it's winter or summer when they are happy ! " This thought is perfect for the month of August. First, when it's so hot in the dog days of summer you think of winter to cool you off, and you do the same in winter when it's so cold and snowy you think of summer and then you are all happy again. But the main reason is that when you are happy, or try your best day in and day out, all the seasons and the extras that come with it are a bonus. Just like here at the Senior Center, it doesn't matter the day or the time it's always good and that makes me happy! I just love being happy and you all here at the center are the reason for it. You all are happy, smiling , telling me jokes and other good things. Well to me that is contagious and spreading happiness around is always a good thing. So keep up the good work, enjoy each new day as a gift, stay happy and have fun the rest of the summer and look forward to the winter with a smile on your face ! Thank you so much and enjoy the month !

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


~8/1 Stuffed Shells w meat sauce/ chef salad 8/4 Boneless chicken breast / roasted potatoes 8/5 Veal parmesan over penne pasta 8/6 Julienne Entrée Salad 8/7 turkey vegetable casserole / garlic mashed potatoes 8/8 LS ham steak w pineapple sauce /sweet mashed potatoes 8/11 Beef Pepper casserole over rice 8/12 boneless chicken breast over pasta 8/13 Turkey burger/ w gravy / garlic mashed 8/14 breaded pork loin w gravy/ oven roasted potatoes 8/15 breaded fish / coleslaw / Au Gratin shells 8/18 Chicken & noodle casserole 8/19 LS polish sausage / roasted red potatoes 8/20 Cheese Omelet / home fries 8/21 SENIOR CITIZEN DAY stuffed pepper/ w sauce /mashed potatoes 8/22 Sliced pork w/ gravy /lazy pierogi 8/25 Beef macaroni casserole / green beans 8/26 Breaded Chicken w /gravy / mashed potatoes 8/27 Swedish meatballs over brown rice 8/28 Turkey breast w/ stuffing and gravy / mashed potatoes 8/29 LABOR DAY LUNCH LS hotdog w/ baked beans / oven roasted potatoes







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 Instruction Day:  Learn to play the Wii like a pro!  Lessons Tuesday at 11am in the game room on Tuesday Mornings at 11am,  Become a skilled player and sign up for the Wii Bowling Tournament!  Check the calendar for details.  Great things to do at the Senior Center , we have ceramics, Euchre, pinochle, shoot the Moon , hand & foot card games, line Dancing, Bingo , Stop in and see us                                                                                                                  

 Have a glass of cheer because 2014 will be a great year!  Memories made here!  So here's to Good Health, Good Friends and Good Times at the West Seneca Senior Center!