The Center follows all necessary Central Health District pandemic restrictions. Temperature checks when entering the building. Occupancy limited to 50 people. Face coverings strongly recommended and provided. Seating limits, social distancing, and hand sanitizers in place.
Patrons may arrange bus pick-ups & drop-offs for Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays as well as arrange Tuesday medical appointments and shopping trips. Bus riders will practice social distancing, wear face coverings, and use hand sanitizer before boarding, both provided.
SPECIAL NOTE: The Kuna Senior Center Gift Shop is closed and cleared out due to health restrictions. Please, do NOT drop off donations to the Center as there is no storage room for them. Direct your generous donations of quality clothing and housewares to the Melba Valley Senior Center Cottage Shoppe (Thursdays 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. & Saturdays 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.) or the Meridian thrift store locations of the Idaho Youth Ranch and St. Vincent de Paul.
Speaking of donations, the Center recently received $500 from American Mountain Credit Union through its “Pay It Forward” program featured on KBOI TV2. News anchor, Brent Hunsaker, and his cameraman spent half a day at the Center filming the bus service, pool, pinochle, and bingo players with a focus on Seniors being able to safely socialize. All cash donations are greatly appreciated and help fund our daily activities and services.
Downtown construction continues impacting road access to the Senior Center. Main Street now open in both directions, with the best route via 2nd St (off Linder) to the building entrance at 229 N. Ave. B. Be aware of detours, construction traffic, and dusty parking lot.
Please call the Center at (208) 922-9714 regarding any Kuna-area Senior needing assistance.