Seniors, age 50 and over, share their time and talents to offer their handcrafted, quality items for sale at a reasonable price. Seasonal crafts as well as new products are continually added. Wood trucks, carvings, dolls, sweatshirts, baby items, afghans and much more are presented. Stop by and take a look. You’ll like what you see!
The Little Extra Things We Do
It is one of our goals to be sure the RSC has a friendly atmosphere that encourages participation. The following is a listing of all those little friendly extras:
One day per month is set aside to celebrate birthdays at lunch. It is usually the third Wednesday of each month. Check the luncheon menu for the exact date. If you come to the birthday lunch during your birthday month, be sure to let us know - you might receive a birthday surprise to help you celebrate!
The display case in Room 112 is available to showcase hobbies, collections and special interests. If you have something you would like to share, from your own artistic creations to a special collection, please see a Program Coordinator.
From Friends Who Care
If you know someone from the RSC who isn't feeling well, has experienced a loss, or just needs a little sunshine, let us know by writing it down in the From Friends Who Care book at the Front Desk. We'll send a card to them from the RSC.
Help Us Help You
If you haven't done so, please take the time to stop by the Front Desk and fill out your ICE card. ICE means, "In Case of Emergency." You never know when something may happen... A few minutes now could make a big difference in the event of a health emergency. You can fill out two cards - one to keep here and one to take with you. Information on the ICE card is private and is only shared with emergency personnel if the need arises. So please help us help you and fill your ICE card out today.
Lives to Remember
The Senior Advisory Committee recently established a small display case near our conference room dedicated to acknowledging participants who have passed away. Please help us with this special display by notifying us when friends or family pass away – photos, obituaries or memorial service programs are gratefully accepted. When information is removed from the display it is archived in a notebook at the front desk.
Lost and Found
The Lost and Found is located in the office. Found items are kept for 30 days and are then given to a local thrift shop. Prevent loss by labeling items with your name and phone number.
Health Care Equipment Loans
The RSC has a variety of health care equipment available for loan. The loan is on a first-come, first-served basis, and is free. However, we are not able to accept reservations. All borrowed equipment should be returned clean and in good operating condition. Some of the equipment currently available:
The need must be temporary; although, on occasion, we become over stocked and may be able to accommodate some longer-term needs. Please contact the staff if you have a long-term need. Call the Front Desk, 425-556-2314 to check availability.
Donations of lightly used equipment, clean and in good repair, are accepted when space allows. Please make prior arrangements before dropping off a donation at the RSC.
Visitors to the RSC are welcome to park in the City Parking Garage. The entrance is on the east end.
- Please pay attention to the signs that indicate where visitor parking ends and City employee parking begins
- On days when you think the RSC will be busy, we strongly encourage you to carpool with a friend