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Senior Community Center
Welcome to East Bethel's Senior Community Center!

In a small room in East Bethel City Hall, the East
Bethel seniors organized with 29 members in early
1995.  A new building, which all first time visitors
described as "awesome", was completed in 1998. 
At the present time, the membership has increased
to around 60.  Activities, both social and community,
have also increased thanks to a rather small, but
dedicated group.  With the senior population
expanding greatly, our needs are growing.  We
sincerely extend out appreciation for your interest
and support now and in the future. 
Everyone is welcome!

Schedule of Events
Start Participating Today!

Pancake Breakfast
8:30 am - Noon
2nd Sunday of the month
(cost is $5 for adults - $2
for children under 10)

Contact
Senior Community Center
2241 221st Ave. NE
East Bethel, MN  55011

Ph: 763-367-7868 or
763-367-7869
FX: 763-434-9578

Rent our Center!
Our Senior Center is available
to rent for parties, banquets,
receptions, etc. The facility
can accommodate up to 200
persons. For more
information, contact Dennis Swen
 at 763-434-9244

Interested in Joining???
Just call President Ken
Langmade for details -
Annual dues are just
$7.00 per person
763-413-3409

President Ken Langmade presenting donation check to Denise Lachinski for Booster Days.
President Ken Langmade presenting donation check to Denise Lachinski for Booster Days.

Coon Lake Community/Senior Center
The Coon Lake Community/Senior Center offers Pancake breakfasts, Coffee Times, lunches, and more. Visit www.coonlakebeach.org for more information.

Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide
The new Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide is out. The Guide can be picked up free of charge at senior centers, libraries, and in most pharmacies located in Lunds and Byerlys grocery stores. Contact them at 651-690-3141, or visit their website at www.seniorhousingguide.us.

If you are trying to assist an older homeowner, there is a "Chart of Housing Options" which explains housing options starting with condos, coops, townhomes (least care) to nursing homes (most care). The book includes everything except nursing homes. Senior Housing Guide is also available for presentations on "housing for mature adults" and "how to use a reverse mortgage to purchase a new home" and other senior housing related topics.