Our manager has announced her retirement as of the end of October. If you are interested in a rewarding, challenging, enjoyable job working with independent seniors, please email your resume to Ray Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15. His phone is 812-305-2635.
Start date will be October 1 or thereabouts.
Here is a brief job description:
- Plan and coordinate all activities at the Center. Schedule educational, recreational and informative opportunities for seniors (55+).
- Assist with fundraising and special events as needed.
- Recruit/train volunteers as needed.
- Coordinate with SWIRCA regarding meals provided to seniors.
- Prepare and distribute monthly newsletter (recruit a committee to help with this if needed).
- Publicize events throughout the community using Facebook, our website, and local media.
- Build relationships throughout the community i.e. with the Town Manager, Clerk Treasurer, Town Council, town employees, service organizations and fraternal organizations, police and fire departments. Manager acts as the face and the voice of the Center.
- Maintain a clean, wholesome, safe environment for seniors.
- Assist with kitchen, cleaning and games as needed.
Note: Hours of operation are 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday through Friday. The manager is expected to work those hours except when representing the Center at events, programs, and/or meetings.
Mark your calendars for Porkapalooza 2021 on Friday, September 24 and Saturday, September 25! Please don’t hesitate to contact the Center at 812-853-5627 or Colleen at 812-598-8332 with any questions or pre-orders. We look forward to seeing you soon!
As the state’s insurance regulator, the Indiana Department of Insurance (IDOI) is alerting Hoosiers over age 65 that there is a Special Enrollment Period for Part B of Medicare without penalties. The Special Enrollment Period is for those who were actively working and now seeking to enroll in Medicare because of job loss or retiring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Once enrolled in Part B of Medicare, enrollees will have a guarantee of Medicare supplement insurance and Part D drug coverage or a Medicare Advantage plan.
If you need guidance about whether and how to enroll in Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D drug coverage, or a Medicare Advantage plan, State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) counselors are available to answer your questions. You can call the SHIP helpline at 1-800-452-4800 or visit www.medicare.in.gov.
More about the SHIP program:
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) is a program provided by the Indiana Department of Insurance. SHIP provides free, impartial health insurance counseling for people with Medicare. SHIP does not sell insurance. Certified Counselors will answer questions and can provide information on all Medicare options to help consumers decide on the options that work best for their situation. Anyone can call the SHIP helpline at 1-800-452-4800 or visit www.medicare.in.gov.
If you are interested in speaking with a SHIP counselor for a story to alert consumers in your area who may be affected, please contact Melanie Wilkinson, with Indiana SHIP at email@example.com or call 1-812-686-2729.
We try to keep the community informed of all the activities that take place at the Newburgh Senior Center. So we try to be in the paper a lot!!
The Evansville Courier & Press usually puts the Newburgh Senior Center in the Warrick County Section. Warrick Publishing is also one of our gracious media friends, publishing our news and photos.
Click on the links above and search for the Newburgh Senior Center to read articles and see photos about the Center. Check out our amazing seniors, variety of activities, and spread the word about us in the community!
Thanks to our media supporters! Please check out our Facebook page for the latest news on the Center!
To see our most recent photos, please visit our Facebook page!
A few of our favorite old photos are in the slideshow below.
- The Newburgh Senior Center
The Newburgh Senior Center is the “Daytime Place Where Seniors Congregate!” Our mission is to provide the highest quality services for mature adults by fostering a warm, caring environment where individuals can both explore and enjoy a variety of activities to enrich their lives.
Our goal is that the Newburgh Senior Center will be the destination of choice for seniors interested in camaraderie, nutritious meals, education, outreach services, entertainment and adventure. The Center has over 140 members, most of whom live independently in homes or apartments in Newburgh and the surrounding area.
The Center is open from 9 am to 2 pm each week day. Regularly scheduled monthly activities include: cards, crafts, computer/Internet access and education, health and fitness activities, a reading room, bingo, live entertainment, Tai Chi, consumer education, volunteer opportunities, and even a kazoo band that entertains in the community. Most activities are at no cost.
The Center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) independent organization providing services to area seniors through grants, fundraisers, donations and sponsorships. The Center is a SWIRCA lunch site.