Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center Ribbon Cutting Celebration
Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center Will celebrate the launch of activities, and fellowship opportunities at their Senior Center operating from Grace Best elementary in monument.
Monument, CO—Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center is excited to host a ribbon cutting in conjunction with the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce on Monday, November 14th, 4 pm – 5 pm. This event comes on the heals of the merger of Silver Key and the Tri-Lakes Silver Alliance (TLSA) which was finalized in June, 2022.
“This celebration kicks off our commitment to service expansion throughout the Pikes Peak region in order to better serve all seniors across all neighborhoods,” said Derek Wilson, Chief Strategy Officer for Silver Key. “We are thrilled to build upon the great work started by TLSA and broaden services in this rapidly growing area.”
Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center expands services, activities, and fellowship opportunities in the Tri-Lakes area immediately and in the future. The ribbon cutting event brings together Silver Key supporters throughout our community to officially launch and commemorate this worthwhile occasion.
The Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center provides a place for older adults to stay active, make new friends, get involved in our community, participate in special programs, educational offerings, Connections Café, and receive various health and wellness benefits including several behavioral health services.
Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center ribbon cutting details:
Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce
Monday, November 14th
66 Jefferson Street, Monument, CO 80132
RSVP’s can be made at: email@example.com or calling 719-884-2300.
If you are a supporter of Silver Key and/or live in the Tri-Lakes area, please join us for the grand opening of the Silver Key at Tri-Lakes Senior Center for a short program and enjoy some light refreshments.
For more information on how you can volunteer, contribute, or speak out for the seniors in the Pikes Peak region, visit www.silverkey.org.