Support the Mt Si Senior Center: 2nd Annual SOS Dinner and Auction happens September 15th

Organizers invite community members to enjoy a festive night out while contributing to the vital work of the Mt. Si Senior Center at the second annual Support Our Seniors Dinner and Auction, 6 to 10PM, Saturday, September 15th at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom.

This fundraising event – featuring dinner, live and silent auctions and a cash raffle – will benefit programs and activities at Mt. Si Senior Center in North Bend, which has been helping thousands of Valley seniors age with dignity – and with community – for the past 40 years.

It’s a hard fact that as we age, our worlds begin to shrink, but with the help of senior center programming such as daily balanced meals, health and fitness classes and door-to-door transportation, Snoqualmie Valley seniors are maintaining much of their independence.

Mt. Si Senior Center also owns low-income senior housing, something that’s especially important to many of the local seniors who have lived and worked their entire lives in – and for – the Valley, and who want to remain here as they grow older. Seniors have supported local businesses, attended local schools, and paid local taxes. They volunteered, they participated and they cared for the community.  Organizers say it’s our turn to do the same for them.

Advance tickets for the SOS Dinner and Auction are $60 per person, available through September 1st. Order tickets or make a donation at

For more information about the event, or the Mt. Si Senior Center, visit

The Mt. Si Senior Center, founded in 1977, is an independent nonprofit senior center, serving adults, age 50 and older in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, and the surrounding areas. The center’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for older adults in the Snoqualmie Valley by providing services and support in the areas of health and wellness, information and assistance, social and recreational opportunities, housing and transportation, so we can all live in a world in which all
seniors are supported and treated with respect.

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