The King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy connects service members and veterans, residents age 55 or older, and vulnerable populations to programs and services that help them live healthy, productive and meaningful lives. It helps individuals and families transition to affordable housing, get job training, find employment, receive behavioral healthy treatment, and more. 

The Far East Senior Hub (FESH) includes the Sno-Valley Senior Center, Issaquah Senior Center and Mt. Si Senior Center and we are partnering with a range of providers to expand the reach of our services to seniors who are isolated and a broader diversity of elders.

Below you’ll find information about upcoming FESH presentations and events. Questions? Email the FESH Coordinator, Valerie Stewart, at valeries@soundgenerations.org


MEDIA CLUB
Tues, July 13th from 2:00PM—3:30PM

Please join us for our media club, a modern day version of a book club on June 8th.  We will watch and discuss important video shorts regarding diversity, racial equity and inclusion.  July’s video will be How Can We Win 

BOOK STUDY
July 20th from 2:00PM—3:30PM

The Book Study for July we will discuss the article How White People Got Made, by Quinn Norton, exploring where the term “white people” comes from and which ethnic groups have and have not been able to become “white” through US history. 

ENCOMPASS SUPPORT GROUPS
First Tuesday of the month from 5:30PM—7:00pm (in-person)

Join other relative caregivers at monthly kinship meetings over dinner.  Encompass provides a safe place for those hoping to share concerns and joys of the unique responsibility of raising children Our Savior Lutheran Church 745 Front Street,  Issaquah, WA 98027.

Every Wed, 1:00 PM on Zoom

Encompass Grandparents Raising Grandkids Kinship Support Group meets every Wednesday at 1pm on Zoom.  For more information on either groups contact Laura Lewis at slaura.lewis@encompassnw.org or 425-443-4175

CHAI & CHAT | Every Tues & Thurs, 4:00 PM

Join the India Association of Western Washington, now known as Indian-American Community Services on Zoom for conversation and connections. Each week there is a different presentation or music and stories. Contact Nanda at seniorcoord@iaww.org


MAKE FRIENDS ACROSS THE MILES | Wed, July 21st, 1:00—2:15pm

Lets Make New Friends! Come share in arm-chair travel adventures, play brain games, share stories, laugh and have a great afternoon with our friends from the Sno-Valley Senior Center, Issaquah Senior Center and YMCA of Greater Houston. Contact Valerie to learn more and get a registration link.

SENIOR-STUDENT PEN PAL PROGRAM

We are looking for Seniors to participate in our Far East Senior Hub Pen Pal Program with local high school students.  Do you love to write?  Would you like to share your penmanship passion with students and create new
intergenerational relationships. We will be recruiting new students coming up in  September for the new school year and would love to partner them up with YOU! Interested?

SPANISH SPEAKING VOLUNTEERS & FOCUS GROUP

The Far East Senior Hub is looking for Spanish speaking
Volunteers to join us for lunch at our centers and bring the community together with translation for our community members living in the valley! In addition, we will be
conducting a FOCUS group in July to find out what
programming our LatinX Elders are interested in. $50 dollar gift cards provided for participation from our partners at Sno-Valley Senior Center.

PHOTO AND VIDEO CONVERSION | Photo and Video Conversion Services

An MSHS student has reached out to offer her skills of photo and/or video conversion services, free of charge, to local seniors! She works for her family business (https://www.tapedmemories.com/) and wants to provide this
service to seniors who might be interested in digitizing their memories so their families can have access, or for those who may be moving into a situation that does not allow them to take as many belongings with them. She would be doing this on her own, so that limits her ability, but she is interested in helping as many people as possible in her free time.