Senior Center To Re-Open For Congregate Lunches July 14
It is with great pleasure we announce the re-opening of Bond County Senior Center for serving lunches. Find our weekdays menu on our LUNCH CALENDAR PAGE.
We will be following Age Smart / CDC guidelines as to the wearing of masks and social distancing. You will have your temperature checked at the front door and answer a few questions.
You will be required to wear a mask at all times unless you are eating. As soon as you are finished eating you will have to put the mask back on.
We will be serving your food and drinks; utensils will be furnished at the table.
As before, you will have to have a RESERVATION to be served. For the first day you will have to call in advance (618-664-1465) and after that make a notation on the sign-up sheet.
Lunches will be served from 11:30am to 12:15pm.
Get ready for Senior Citizens Day (60+) at Bond County Fair!
Monday, August 9
10 AM - Noon & 1 PM - 3 PM
Free Bingo for Prizes; Free Entertainment; Free Health Screenings; Free Door Prizes (must be present to win)
All sponsored by Bond County Senior Center
Legal Assistance Resumes April 19
Paralegal will again be available on the 3rd Monday of the month starting April 19, 2021.
More about FREE Legal assistance
Please call for an appointment:
618-398-0958 ext 2224
Bond County Transit Customer Feedback Survey!!
Suspension of Services: Senior Center Making Adjustments For Coronavirus
July 14, 2021 Updates: As we continue to weather the COVID-19 storm, the senior center is making some more adjustments to our procedures.
List based on earlier changes effective Thursday, March 19, 2020.
1. Bond County Senior Center will be closing each day at 2:00 pm. This does NOT affect food pantry distribution.
2. We will only be accepting limited types of face to face appointments.
We will be accepting phone calls.
3. The doors to our facility will not be left unlocked. This is to limit our chances of our facility from becoming contaminated.
Congregate lunch meal clients will enter wearing a mask and be temperature checked at the door.
4. Home delivered meal volunteers — please wait in your vehicle. We will let you know when the meals are ready and bring them outside for you to get.
5. The food pantry volunteers will take the food box out to the patron’s vehicle. Please stay in your vehicle.
The services we provide are extremely important to the most vulnerable populations in our community and we want to be able to provide them as long as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
READ FULL PRESS RELEASE — [March 11, 2020] Per direction by the Illinois Department on Aging, Bond County Senior Center will be suspending our congregate meal program, salad bar and going out to eat program to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Home delivered meals will still be provided. We are also purchasing shelf stable meals for all home delivered meal clients. These meals are in the event there is a verified case in our area and we are unable to provide meals. They will be delivered to our clients as soon as possible.
All meetings and after hours gatherings at the Senior Center will be postponed until further notice. Group leaders have been notified. Stay safe, stay healthy and stay home.
Our main focus is to limit exposure to vulnerable populations to this virus, while still providing for their needs. If you have any questions, concerns or needs please call the center at 618-664-1465.