On Friday, June 28, we will honor our June babies with a fabulous birthday party! Come join in the festivities! Lunch is served at 11:30, with birthday cake following at noon. If your birthday falls in June, your lunch is free! Don’t forget to RSVP to 862-4923.
Last April 30, after our monthly birthday party, we hosted a craft session creating May baskets. We had a wide assortment of paper, glue, tape, scrapbook paper, wallpaper, glitter, scissors, staplers, and decorative writing pens. We created a flower basket for every person on our Meals-On-Wheels routes. When May 1 arrived, each basket was filled with fresh flowers. When mealtime rolled around, our delivery drivers had the pleasure of providing fresh flowers with each meal. Th
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside the odd-looking, standalone building on the new Whitefish High School campus? You can find out by touring the facility with us on June 27. Our tour will be led by Taylor Wilmot, Facilities and Grounds Coordinator. The project/facility is named “Center for Sustainability and Entrepreneurship” and opened in April 2018. It was funded through community philanthropy and local, regional, and national grants. Here, students from kindergar
We would love to have some new folks come share lunch and conversation with us at Whitefish Community Center. For the snowbirds who are returning, we could fix your lunch Monday through Friday. No cooking and no cleaning for you! If you are not a regular, we ask that you call ahead to 862-4923 and make a reservation. If you become a regular, you no longer need to make that pesky phone call. You will find our lunch menu for June by clicking here. If you have certain dietary re
Our beloved Kim Baker has decided to move on. Kim will end her position as a site manager with the Community Center on or around June 1. She will join her husband in his ministry at Summit Life Church. It was something to be expected, as his congregation recently found a permanent home in Whitefish, on Highway 93, just past the new marine dealership. Kim has expressed her desire to stay involved with Whitefish Community Center as an occasional volunteer in the kitchen or at t