Support the Peninsula Senior Activity Center

Please help the Peninsula Senior Activity Center (PSAC) achieve its goal of providing our local seniors with more events and services to keep them mentally, socially, and physically healthy with more options for exercising, playing cards and games, gathering for meals, attending lectures and informative talks and access to more personal services.

Long Beach Peninsula NEEDS the Peninsula Activity Senior Center

The State of Washington Projections of the Total Resident Population for Growth Management 2022 GMA Projections – Middle Series shows that Pacific County’s Senior Population (65+) will grow considerably over the next 25 years. PSAC clearly needs to grow to meet the upcoming needs.

For the past two years we have been actively working towards this goal.

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Donations of new and gently used items from members and the local community are a very important part of raising funds to support PSAC operations. They are sold by a small group of volunteers we lovingly call The Junque Queens. All proceeds go to support PSAC. Donations can be dropped off on Wednesdays, 9am-noon.

The major sales are always held on:

  • Memorial Day Weekend – Friday, Saturday,, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • 4th of July Weekend – Friday, Saturday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Labor Day Weekend– Friday, Saturday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Additional garage sales are also announced throughout the season on our Event calendar, Facebook page, and in the monthly Gazette.

PSAC Growth Plans and Progress

Addition will include:

  • Large gathering area to enhance and encourage socialization (SO important for Seniors) with comfortable couches and chairs, tables with access to coffee and co-located with expanded Library
  • Dedicated rooms for Arts/Crafts Classes, Learning Room
  • Veteran services, Massage Therapy, Nail and podiatry care, On-site Senior help advisors (taxes, errands or shopping, rides to the Dr.), Referral to other organizations and/or agencies to address needs
  • More Personal enhancement Classes/Lecture Series/Guest Authors and Speakers, Technical Lessons, and Services
  • Safe, paved Walking Paths with rest benches, Vehicle charging station
  • Warming or Cooling center as needed due to weather conditions, or emergencies
  • Expanded opportunities for food services


  • $150K raised
  • Expected cost is $1.3 M
  • Actively raising funds from members, currently about $150,000
  • Starting a community outreach to local businesses and organizations
  • Addition Floorplan and improvements (septic system, electrical, etc.) finalized
  • Permits have been applied for by Erik Fagerland Architects
  • Thanks to a generous donation from the Templin Foundation, the septic system work should begin in
    April, 2024