Please be sure you are registered at the Center. Please let us know if any of the information on your card needs to be updated or changed (emergency contact, physician, address, emergency contact, etc.) Thank you.
A single event sheet must be filled out for each person, for each program they sign up for. If you are a couple, each person must fill out their own sheet, for each activity. Name, address and phone number will be required. Keep in mind there may be a waiting period if you are not a Chili resident. Some activities need to be paid for in CASH. Please bring exact change as there will not be any available.
Payment must be made in full before registration is complete. Thank you for your cooperation.
Seniors age 60 and older and their spouse of any age are eligible for lunch. Suggested contribution is $3.00 per person. (Under the age of 60, the cost is $6.00.) Sign up for lunches at least two weeks in advance. Please call by 10:00 am if you need to cancel: 889-6185.
Come and join us for breakfast! The breakfast selections are: Egg White Patty or Omelet, served with Sausage or Ham, Cheese, Potato Patty, Biscuit, Wheat Toast or English Muffin, Fruit, Juice. (Selections are based on availability).
Wednesdays, 9:00 - 10:30 am. Suggested contribution: $3.00/person.
You are encouraged to sign up in advance, but walk-ins will be accepted.
Check out all the resources and information on our Veterans Table at the ChiliSeniorCenter.
We accept non-perishable food donations all year long. Please be sure dates are current and cans are not dented.
The Chili Senior Center offers these classes for our Chili seniors and, if space allows, for non-residents. Give us a phone call for more information. You must sign up in advance.
Classes are on Tuesdays & Fridays from 9:00 am to Noon. You must attend both classes.
July 21st & 24th, August - No Classes, September 15th & 18th, October 20th & 23rd, November 17th & 20th, December - No Classes.
We have information on the following services for seniors: EISEP, Lifespan, Eldersource, assisted living, and MonroeCounty programs. Stop in or call for a brochure.
You can find more Eldercare Resourses here.
“Meals on Wheels” is a service that provides valuable nutrition for seniors who are recuperating from an illness, are homebound, or are in need of assistance. Call 787-8397 for more information (Visiting Nurse Service).
This is a facility which houses medical aids for community needs. When a local person is in need of equipment for post-hospital care, the Loan Closet can be contacted and equipment can be borrowed at no charge. To contact the Loan Closet call 594-0839.
This is a unique program in MonroeCounty. It offers individualized services. This includes essential transportation (grocery shopping, banking, medical transportation,
prescription pick-up) and occasional needs (friendly visits, telephone reassurance, yard work and chores) to all frail, elderly persons over 60 years of age, either by a donation-based or small fee for the service program. We need your help. Volunteers are needed to do simple things that many of our elderly neighbors cannot do for themselves. It just takes an hour or two of your time each month to brighten a life. For more information call 262-7057.