921 E Hammond Street, Sequim, WA 98382

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Organizations Filed Purposes: The mission of Shipley Center is to enrich the lives of adults through social, health and fitness activities, trips, educational classes, low-income housing opportunities and referrals to community resources. As part of our mission to provide "low-income housing opportunities", Sequim Senior Services operates Baywood Village as a non-profit age 55+ adult mobile home community donated to our organization in July of 2013. To assist low income seniors, our mission is to rent the spaces in Baywood Village at the lowest rental rate available in the Sequim area. Currently the rent is $335 per month and includes water and septic services. In addition, all residents of Baywood Village are given a free membership to Shipley Center to provide opportunities for them to participate in enriching activities. Monies received in excess of the expenes of running Baywood Village and it's services are used towards our overall non-profit mission. Our organization opened a non-profit cafe in May of 2016 to

Provide Permanent Facility for use by membersSequim Senior Services operates Sequims only senior center, dba Shipley Center. Over 100 volunteers donate time valued at over $400,000 annually. At Shipley Center and affordable The Caf, senior citizens are welcome to spend time with friends and make new friends. Various services are provided free of charge, while others, like exercise classes, lectures, games and socials have modest fees. Shipley Center hosts AARP Tax Aide volunteers rent free to provide free tax preparation for over 800 people annually. Volunteers from the Washington State Health Insurance Benefit Advisors (SHIBA) provide free help with questions on Medicare, parts A, B, & D. Seniors can access free wi-fi and get help with technology at the Center.

Senior Trips and ToursSeniors are offered a wide variety of interesting, educational, and fun trips on our wheelchair-accessible bus to destinations all over Western Washington, provided at as reasonable a cost as possible. They enjoy trips to museums, plays, expos, concerts, hikes, shopping, festivals, car shows, quilting shows, cultural events, and more. Those who no longer can drive, those who cannot drive at night or for long distances, can get on the bus and enjoy socializing without worrying about driving, city traffic, or parking issues. Expenses for the bus trips include fuel, maintenance, insurance, tires, tickets to each venue, etc. All drivers are CDL-qualified and drug-tested volunteers.

Rental Revenue from 55+ Adult Senior Mobile Home Community Baywood VillageBaywood Village, donated to Shipley Center by R. Leo Shipley in 2013, provides the lowest space-rent in the surrounding area for seniors 55 and over who own manufactured/mobile homes. In addition to being a pleasant and quiet place to live, far from major highway noise, all Baywood Village residents are offered free memberships to Shipley Center so they can enjoy what the Center has to offer. Baywood Village has 51 spaces and expenses include insurance, maintenance of the well and water system, the septic system, an irrigation system, street lights, and the roads and driveways in the park.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Judith A LangeDirector4$0
Myrna MartinDirector4$0
Joan M HullDirector4$0
Margot P HewittDirector4$0
Barbara J BullingerDirector4$0
Virginia L SmithSecretary4$0
Miriam L SuttonTreasurer4$0
Miriam SpreineVice President4$0
Margaret CoxPresident4$0

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