Auburn Senior Center

Help the Center
Volunteer and / or make a pledge

The Auburn Senior Center is primarily operated by senior volunteers. If you would like to volunteer your time, please contact us at

11577 E Ave

Auburn, CA 95603

 PHONE: (530) 823-8172 

FAX: (530) 832-0125

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Make a Pledge

Our Mission

The Auburn Senior Center will need to relocate in early 2015.  We are investigating various grants and fundraising opportunities. Your pledge would help us in realizing our goals for a new facility. Click on Blog for further information. 

Our mission is to honor the dignity of seniors by enriching their quality of life while supporting their independence and vitality. We promote their participation in all aspects of community life by providing opportunities for socialization, recreation, education, information, health and fitness.   

The Auburn Senior Center is self-supporting.  Membership fees and donations are vital.  Ongoing growth and contributions enable the Center to continue developing a wide range of activities and events. Membership dues help us accomplish these goals and better serve our senior community. Consider joining today.

Membership Dues:

$20.00 per person per year

$30.00 per couple per year

Reaffirm your worth


Through participation and involvement with peers, seniors increase their self-esteem and self-confidence while meeting new friends and enjoying the company of those who share common interests and opinions.

retain your independence stay active

Meet Our Team

Barbara Crowell

Executive Director

Seniors in action

Activities, Classes and Workshops

Board of Directors

     Eric Hill, President

     Nancy Callaway, Vice President

     Joe Rodrigues, Secretary

     Nancy Koschyk, Treasurer

     Lillian Kai, Tour Director

               Diana Bishop

               Madelaine Hendricks

               Nancy Koschyk

               Lynda McKinney

               Sharon Townsend

travel and tours


The Auburn Senior Center opened its doors in early 1980.  With the support from many volunteers, donations  and a federal grant designated buildings at the DeWitt Center were renovated and later opened.