Our Mission is to enhance quality of life for people of the greater Sedona community through our award winning food programs, outstanding exercise and educational activities, compassionate supportive services, and by providing a venue for meetings, social, and cultural events.
At the heart of our services is Meals on Wheels. The Center is the only provider of home-delivered hot, nutritious, home style meals in the greater Sedona and Village of Oak Creek areas. Additionally, along with the Monday through Friday home deliveries, food is delivered weekly to the Breakfast/Weekend Club recipients, and a reasonably priced congregate lunch is available on site. We also offer Pet Project services to our Meals on Wheels recipients. Our cuisine is especially developed for diabetic, heart health, and age-related nutrient support but all ages are welcome and can enjoy the benefit of a scrumptious well-balanced meal.
We have over 85 dedicated and caring volunteers who help us with our meal programs, fundraising activities, mailings, TeleCare program and events.
We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Sedona Community Center is a nonprofit organization, 501(c)(3) as ruled by the Internal Revenue Service and the State of Arizona. For over 33 years we have provided critical services to residents of Sedona and the greater Sedona area.
What We Do:
Meals on Wheels: Meals are delivered in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek Monday through Friday between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. In addition to the Friday meal, all clients are eligible for an optional bag of breakfast foods delivered to assist with nutrition over the weekend. Meals on Wheels is neither a charity nor a welfare program but a way to assist those who are unable to shop and/or cook for themselves. Meals are paid by donations, fundraising, government funding, and client contributions. Income does not determine eligibility and referrals are not required for service.
Pet Project: People who are on Meals on Wheels love their pets – no doubt about that. In 2013 Pet Project was born, what better way to help those people take care of their pets. The program is funded by a grant from Meals on Wheels of America, private donations and help from us. The project is open only to Meals on Wheels recipients. The main services provided include delivery of quality dog and cat food, grooming, transportation to the vet or groomer, and some veterinarian care.
Community Lunch: We invite all members of the community to join us in our dining room for a delicious hot meal. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere, meet and make new friends. Lunch is served promptly at noon, Monday through Friday. A suggested contribution of $5.00 is appreciated. All ages are welcome.
Grief Support: Life After Loss is a support group for those who have suffered a loss, sponsored by the Sedona Community Center and Hospice Compassus. Meetings are held once a week in a quiet private setting at the Center and is non-denominational.
Educational and Fitness Programs: A wide range of fitness classes are offered as well as art classes. Programs may vary throughout the year. Please see the Classes and Gatherings tab above for a current description and schedule.
Facility Rental and On-Site Catering: We have two great rooms as well as an outdoor patio, rotunda and barbecue pit available for your meeting or special occasion. Our award winning kitchen will work with you to create the perfect menu for your event. Please call Kristen at 928-282-2834 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Marjorie Harris – Executive Director
Kristen Paduchowski – Community Relations & Developmental Lead
Tess Celestin – Client Services (Meals On Wheels) Coordinator
Paul Johnston – Head Chef and Kitchen Manager
Ron Kamlin – Prep Cook
Diane Mikulovsky – Prep Cook
Graham Parker – Kitchen Staff
Tom Curtis – Dishwasher
Our Board of Directors:
Sondra Springett – President
Mary Ann Thomas – Vice-President
John Currivan – Treasurer
Deborah Losse – Secretary
In 1984 the local Kachina Retired Teachers Association created and had incorporated the Adult Community Center of Sedona. The Mission Statement was adopted in 1990 and read as follows:
“Presently in Sedona there is no single facility to meet the needs and requirements of the entire adult community and to serve as a center for adult activities. There is no one facility which typifies a community center for the residents of Sedona. Not to detract from activities now presented for the adult population of Sedona but to create an inter-generational exchange of ideas, energies and viewpoints… this is the scope and vision of the Adult Community Center of Sedona, Inc.”
In 1984 Margaret Flynn and a friend started the Meals on Wheels program out of their homes providing a much needed service to the local community. This project soon grew to such proportions that they could no longer prepare the meals in their homes even with the donations provided by local stores such as Bashas and Webers. Kachina Point was contacted and agreed to provide meals which they transported to the old “Yellow Front/Checker Auto” strip mall where they chained a large cooler to the light pole in front of the Flicker Shack and dropped the meals there. The volunteer drivers then picked up the meals and distributed them. In 1985 the Meals on Wheels program was adopted and still resides with us at the Center.
The Harmony Hills Recreational Corp, Inc created by the Harmony Hills property owners in West Sedona, transferred by Gift Deed property to the Adult Community Center, Inc. in May of 1986.
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