In response to the
COVID-19 outbreak, Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center will remain closed to the public until further notice; however, a drive thru meal program is available Monday through Friday, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.
For questions or to reserve a meal for the following day, please call the Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center by 2:00 pm at 385-468-3155.
To sign up as a senior center participant, please contact our Outreach team at 385-468-3200
Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center is located in the heart of the Westside. Sunday Anderson, for whom the Center was named, was a veteran politician and Legislative member. Because of the strong desire and dedication to help improve the lifestyles of citizens residing on the Westside, on June 17, 1978, The Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center opened its doors, and has been major focal point for those 60 + in the community for 39 years.
Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center has the opportunity to service many participants from various backgrounds. The diversity of the participants only adds to the appeal of the center. We welcome new members and look forward to providing quality services geared towards those who attend.
- Center Manager: Lisa Tovey
- Center Program Coordinator: Amy Hackett
- Office Specialist: Dale Olson
- Custodian: Leonard Wright
- Kitchen Help: Shauna Jex
- Driver: Atelea (Monty) Fifita
- Special Instructors: Lola Sedgwick and Bonnie Bown
Volunteering is the “lifeblood” of the Senior Center. Volunteers play a critical role in delivering quality programming as well as providing opportunities for fit, active and engaged seniors. As the gap between available resources and the needs of seniors continues to grow, Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services believes the role of volunteering is important and we are always looking to add new programs at the Center. The Center has a wide variety of opportunities for all ages to volunteer time and talents. To find the volunteer opportunity that best suits your needs, skills, and time availability, simply talk to the staff.
What are you willing to do?
- Are you able to help serve lunch on special occasions?
- Do you enjoy planning activities?
- Are you great at holding fundraisers?
- Do you have a wonderful talent you would like to share with our participants?
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Kitchen Assistance
- Activities Assistance
- Advisory Committee Members
- Instructors: Zumba, Painting, etc.
- And Many More!
For more information, contact the Center Program Coordinator at 385-468-3162.
Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center provides opportunities for people, over the age of 60, to improve their talents, enrich their minds, give service in the community, develop meaningful friendships, and help maintain physical health through good nutrition and exercise.
We consider the center a place where participants can be involved in an abundance of classes and special activities. Classes are as diverse as Pickle Ball, Ping Pong and Personal Healthcare to Karaoke, Name that Tune and English as a Second Language.
For those wanting to explore their creative side, the center offers opportunities in art, such as, Ceramics and Bunka Crafting. We are proud of our health and exercise programs which include; EnhanceFitness, Tai Chi, Line Dancing, U of U Exercise Class and Creative Movement Dance Class. We also welcome those who prefer individual improvement, to visit our workout room. Games are a hit at the center have captured our participant's hearts, which includes, Card Games, Billiards, Wii games, Bunco, Pinochle, and Bingo. If you have a love for books, come enjoy our multiple books available for borrowing, along with delving in to different worlds of discussions in our Book Club.
New classes and programs are always being introduced and we welcome any program suggestions. Visit the Sunday Anderson Westside Senior Center newsletter to see what are the latest available classes and programs.