Winters Senior Foundation News – Upcoming events

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On Wednesday, Oct. 16 the Winters Senior Foundation will host its annual Ice Cream Social. The event will include live music. The social will be held at the Police and Fire Department training room at 700 Main St. from 2-4 p.m. 

Now that we have a Winters Commission on the Aging, the Alliance for Healthy Aging, Senator Bill Dodd, Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar Curry and Dr. Sheila Allen, have chosen Winters for the location their next meeting on healthy aging communities.  This meeting will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the Winters Community Center, at 8:30 a.m. Seniors can learn about the resources available to them, and communicate what resources they think would be the most helpful to Winters’ seniors, today and in the future. 

The Winters Senior Foundation Christmas Party, on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Hotel Winters has offered Winters Senior Foundation the opportunity to celebrate its seniors in the Orchard Ballroom. The event will be from 5:15-9 p.m. There will be a disc jockey. We ask that guests bring an unwrapped toy for children age 3 to 12.  They will be delivered by the WSF. Seating will be limited. Secure your reservation by Wednesday, Nov. 20, call Karen May at 530-794-6108.

Now is a good time to start thinking about the Winters Secret Santa Gift Bag program. The WSF is ready to host its annual gifting to seniors in Winters who are of low income and who do not live with other family members. Thoughtful suggestions of seniors in Winters who fit these criteria is much appreciated. The WSF accepts monetary donations, which allows the WSF Santa Shoppers to purchase the balance of the needed items. We are a 501c3 nonprofit so contributions are tax deductible. Send monetary donations to PO Box 392, Winters. To recommend a deserving recipient, or wish to receive a list of items needed, email  


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