A Message from Lynda Greene and Barbara Chamberlain


As this year is fast approaching its end, please remember all that we should be grateful for.

2018 will be a year with challenges and opportunities. One of our goals in 2018 is to raise additional revenue in order to sustain our center. We will be soliciting our members, participants and community for more support than in the past in order to meet the needs of our aging community.

Please continue to support our fundraising efforts for the rest of 2017 and 2018.

With Gratitude,

Lynda Greene, SESSC Executive Director, and Barbara Chamberlain, SESSC Board President.

Senior Center’s Facing 10% Cuts After United Way Diverts Funding

By Ashley Archibald.  Real Change News. May 17, 2017
One Friday in May, the five-person staff at the Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC) prepared to get their cowboy on. The center, located at the busy intersection of Rainier Avenue South and South Holly Street, hosts a themed Rainbow Bingo every few months.  May 12 was Western night.  There’s a degree to which it seems to drive Lynda Greene, executive director of the center, a bit crazy: boxes stacked up with prizes, supplies and extra beverages filling every space of every office.  But she loves the event.  Read more at realchangenews.org