Bristol donates $1,500 to Westosha Senior Community Center

Bristol President Mike Farrell presents a check to Ruth Atwood, Westosha Senior Community Center chairman. Atwood also is a village trustee.

The Bristol Village Board recently donated $1,500 to the Westosha Senior Community Center.

“We make a similar donation each year to show the Village support for such a wonderful organization that helps our greatest generation,” said village administrator Randy Kerkman.

The center was founded in 1980 as a multi-purpose senior center, owned and operated by the 501(c)(3) non-profit WKCSCC Board of Directors and supported with funding from Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC). It aims to enhance “older persons’ dignity, supported the independence of seniors and encouraged involvement in and with the larger community,” says a statement on its website. It hosts senior programs and activities.

The center is located at 19200 93rd Street (Highway C) in Bristol.


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