Serving Clarence Seniors Since 1981
4600 Thompson Rd., Clarence, NY
The Clarence Senior Center enriches the lives of seniors in our
community through a wide variety of activities, programs, classes
and experiences that will educate, inform, entertain and involve
them. Seniors age  fifty-five and over are welcome regardless of
race, creed, ethnicity, or nationality.  With over 1000 members,
the Senior Center is a busy place where members can come for
an hour or stay for the day and enjoy all that we have to offer!
Clarence Senior Center
4600 Thompson Rd., Clarence, NY 14031
(716) 633-5138
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As a 501 (c)(3) charitable not-for-profit organization, the Clarence Senior Center is able to
accept tax deductible contributions to be used for the benefit of the Center and its members.
Consider a Charitable Memorial...

A memorial is a way to commemorate a loved one who has passed on, while at the same time
recognize a charitable organization that made a difference in his or her lifetime.  If the Clarence
Senior Center has been an important part of your life or the life of a loved one, please know
that memorial gifts are accepted as a way to express an ongoing devotion to their memory.

Please make donations payable to “Clarence Senior Citizens, Inc.”

Hours of Operation

Monday  -  Friday
9 a.m. -  4 p.m.

6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Not Eligible for Membership?

Individuals who are 55 or older who would like to participate
in a CSC class but are not eligible for membership may do
so by registering in the office and paying a supplemental
fee of $10 per year in addition to the regular class fee.

(Dependent upon space availability)
Guests are welcome!
Contact the CSC Office for
guidelines regarding guests.

The CSC is an Erie County Nutrition Program Dining site open to Erie County residents 60 or older and their
spouses. The County coordinates the delivery of meals to the Center.  The Center employs a  Nutrition
Coordinator who, along with volunteers, prepares and serves the meals at 12:30 pm  Monday - Friday.
Special luncheons with entertainment are held on many occasions throughout the year.

suggested contribution for lunch is $3.00 for those 60 years of age and over. Guests under the age of 60
will be charged $5.00 for lunch.

Meals are well balanced, healthy and nutritious with consideration being given to those who have special dietary
needs. Meals are ordered two weeks in advance. Sign-up for meals can be done on site or by calling the Senior
Center Office at 633-5138.



The Town of Clarence provides a vehicle for Center use. Its main purpose is to provide transportation for
members to and from the Center.  The vehicle picks up passengers Monday through Friday. Members may
call the office at 633-5138 for pick-up arrangements.  Reservations are on a first call, first-reserved basis.  
Passengers vary on a daily basis, and thus pick-up time will also vary.

Weekly trips are scheduled to area supermarkets and shopping centers. Reservations can be made by
calling the Office. The current shopping schedule is subject to change and is listed in the latest issue of
the Silver Streak.

A suggested donation is requested to help defray costs, which can be handed to the driver as you enter the
van. The responsibility of vehicle drivers is limited to providing hand held assistance to passengers as they
enter or leave the vehicle.

Other transportation options for seniors are available through Rural Transit or The Erie County Going Places
Van. Information on these services is available by clicking on the Senior Links tab above.

The Silver Streak

"The Silver Streak," which is
published monthly, provides
news of upcoming programs
and events as well as other
important information about
the Clarence Senior Center.

Clink on the links below to
read current and past issues.
January 2014
February 2014
March 2014
April 2014
The 14-passenger Senior Center bus is used daily to transport
members to and from the Center and to local shopping centers.