Mt. Si Senior Center to host SOS dinner and auction

The second annual fundraising event will be on Sept. 15.

  • Thursday, August 9, 2018 12:30pm
  • News

The Mt. Si Senior Center is hosting its second annual Support Our Seniors dinner and auction event, 6-10 p.m. Sept. 15, at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom, 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie.

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

Mt. Si Senior Center also owns low-income senior housing. 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 there as they grow older. They supported local businesses, attended local schools, and paid local taxes. They volunteered, they participated and they cared for our community.

Advance tickets for the SOS Dinner and Auction are $60 per person, available through Sept. 1. Order tickets or make a donation at http://www.mtsiseniorcenter.org/support-our-seniors-sos.html.

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

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