Welcome to the new Center At The Park! We’re excited you found us and eagerly wait to meet you at the new center!
Our new, 13,800 square foot facility opened its doors May 2012 and lies within the newly constructed Julius M. Kleiner Park in Meridian and was made possible with a building and land donation from the Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Trust.
As part of the Meridian community for more than 50 years, the members own and operate the center as a non-profit organization. As an individual non-profit organization, we have no ties with the City of Meridian, nor do they govern or dictate our activities in any way. We are governed by a Board of Directors nominated by fellow center members who strictly serve as volunteers in their positions.
Our mission is dedicated to enriching the lives of all seniors by developing, providing and promoting a climate of respect, trust and support. Our organization offers
education, recreation, information and assistance to seniors, and encourages volunteering and opportunities for life enhancement programs.
Ed Whalen - President
Lloyd Oliver - Vice President
Join Us For Lunch!
Join us for a hot, nutritious, meal each Monday through Friday at noon.
Enjoy the great outdoors in our beautifully natural lit indoor dining room flanked by floor to ceiling glass windows. Watch the wildlife from your table while overlooking a large pond and lovely park grounds. In addition to these beautiful surroundings, you’ll be greeted by warm, friendly folks who enjoy lively conversation and company. Join us each weekday – Monday through Friday for lunch at noon. Doors open at 11:15. Suggested donation for seniors age 60 and over is $4; all others -- $6.
Build the Brick Road to Center at the Park
Members of the Meridian Senior Center are asking for the community’s support in their latest fund-raising effort to provide furnishings for the interior of the new senior center which opened May of 2012.
To provide funding for the new center, a brick purchasing campaign is currently being offered to individuals and businesses. According to Ed Whalen, Board President of the center, “the bricks that are purchased, will be featured along the back patio of the new center.”
He said purchasing a brick makes a great gift or an award to recognize a family member, co-worker or friend. “Bricks can be purchased for loved ones as a living tribute or memorial or for special or commemorative events,” she said. “Many individuals and businesses are purchasing them as well to highlight personal or business achievements.”
A 4 X 8 inch personalized brick with three lines of inscription costs $100. “We also offer a replica brick used for displaying for an additional $50,” he said. Larger 8 X 8 inches bricks sell for $250 and those wanting to add a logo to their 8 X 8 brick pay $450.
To order a brick or obtain a brochure with ordering information, view printable online brochure or contact Cindy Hill, Center Director at PO Box 606, Meridian, ID 83680 or phone 888-5555 or email email@example.com.