Happy Holiday at the Senior Center’s Christmas lunch.

Happy Holiday at the Senior Center’s Christmas lunch.

Good food, good com­pa­ny, good gifts! the raf­fle was good!  It was a Good Time! Tim Miller, WCCS Exec­u­tive Direc­tor, announced that the mon­ey had been suc­cess­ful­ly raised for the ren­o­va­tion of the Senior Cen­ter kitchen.  The work is...
They Cooked! and they brought Good Cheer.

They Cooked! and they brought Good Cheer.

By Christo­pher Oak Reinier Mary and Kristin serve up a warm meal of mac­a­roni and cheese, with hot dogs, broc­coli, gar­lic bread, and sal­ad at the Emer­gency Shel­ter in the Vets build­ing in Guerneville.  Thir­ty cold and hun­gry peo­ple real­ly...
The Sisters Benefit the WCCS Senior Center

The Sisters Benefit the WCCS Senior Center

The exot­i­cal­ly comedic and gen­er­ous Sis­ters of Per­pet­u­al Indul­gence enter­tained about 200 peo­ple at a Bin­go ben­e­fit Sat­ur­day night for the West Coun­ty Com­mu­ni­ty Ser­vices’ Senior Resource Cen­ter.  You had to be at the Vet’s Build­ing in...
Attention Senior Volunteers! You Are Angels. Yes, You Are!

Attention Senior Volunteers! You Are Angels. Yes, You Are!

By Christo­pher Oak Reinier Senior help Is need­ed at the Guerneville emer­gency shelter. We only need more assis­tance for three evening meals: Tues­day, Jan 10; Tues­day, Feb­ru­ary 14; and Tues­day, March 14.  If you think you can help, please call Vic­ki...

An Opportunity to Be Thankful

My fam­i­ly and friends will cook din­ner at the Win­ter Shel­ter in Guerneville. We will be one of dozens of local com­mu­ni­ty busi­ness­es, fam­i­lies, non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tions and place of faith that, dur­ing this hol­i­day sea­son, vol­un­teer their time and...
New Executive Director: Maintaining Human Dignity

New Executive Director: Maintaining Human Dignity

Upon join­ing WCCS in June of this year, I was sur­prised by the depth and breadth of the impact that our staff and vol­un­teers have on our West Coun­ty Com­mu­ni­ty. Whether it is find­ing hous­ing and pro­vid­ing sup­port­ive ser­vices to a home­less cou­ple in...