A wide spectrum of activities with specific goals makes up our Senior Center programs. Ideally KPCS strives to provide healthy aging options through several different kinds of activities and partnerships.

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We serve residents of the Key Peninsula.

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KPCS began in 1982 as a food bank at the Vaughn Civic Center. After moving to Lakebay in 1989, (the old Lakebay School house) it added a Senior Center program. Currently these two programs are at the heart of what we do in this community.

The Senior Center is a safe nurturing place for seniors to get resources and assistance for a variety of needs. This may include shower and walker devices, application assistance for; Medicaid, House modifications, food EBT cards, assisted living options. Seniors may also request help with energy and food. KPCS staff helps with balancing checkbooks, ideas for ensuring that medications are being taken at correct times and check on seniors when they suddenly stop coming to the Center. The safety and wellbeing of our senior population is our primary goal. If at any time you see a senior that has fallen or appears to be sick, notify staff and call 911 immediately. Do not attempt to move this person unless they are in danger where they are.
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Our Food Bank program has two service elements.  The first is our “Bread Closet Program”. This program is a supplemental food program. We consider it supplemental because it does not provide all the products/food available to clients that our “Food Basket Program” provides. People wishing to use/access the Bread Closet can do so four days a week. There are no income guidelines or restrictions.  Available products include, bread, deserts, fruits & vegetables, and sometimes dairy items.  We ask that people check-in at the desk and give us the number of people in their household.

Our Food Basket Program provides a 3 day emergency supply of food once a month that includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone in the household. We have surveyed our clients and found that often times the food supply lasts much longer than 3 days. This basket includes; meats, cereal, dairy, canned beans-fruit-vegetables, boxed foods, tuna, and pasta. Extra items are added to enhance their ability to create different types of meals.  Coffee, oil, cake mix, and seasonings are some of the items clients can request when available.  Dog and Cat food along with hygiene and cleaning supplies are also available upon request as available.  

Other propgrams and services:

Our KPCS building is used by outside organizations.
• AA meets three days a week, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
• Local Churches provide a 3:00 PM Sunday Community Meal every Sunday from September through May. There is no cost for this program.
• Saturday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM hosts a Bible Study group.
• DSHS visits quarterly to assist clients in enrollment of WA. State services.
• Pasado Spay & Neuter comes every month for free or low cost Spay & Neutering of dogs and cats.

Two major fund-raisers are conducted each year
• Key Peninsula Logging Show & Festival, 3rd Saturday in August @ Gateway Park, Wauna, WA. (on hold for park development)
• Pledge Drive Letter –sent out annually in the fall & spring.


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