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ELMA SENIOR CENTER

Our Charter

The purpose of this organization is to provide a means for woodcarvers to meet, share ideas, and promote and participate in activities related to the art.

History of Our Club

Founded in 1976 with 17 members, we now have approximately 125 members.

Original members include Donald Hall, Charlie Hunt, Marty Klein, Judy Prasik, and Chuck Trudel.

Our Club Officers

President - Dan Connors
Vice President - Steve Caruana

Secretary -  Sandra Delphard

Treasurer - Joe Babulski

Board of Directors: 
2015
Al Gerbig, Chris Keibler, Frank Blajszczak
2016 
Fred Bates, Jim Hines, Mark Wagner
2017
Sandy Delphard, Ron MacLeod, Lyle Morgan

Library- Donnis Morgan
Spring Show-Dan Connors
Refreshment fund drawing- Frank Blajszczok
Sunshine - Joyce Trudel
Erie County Fair Show- Pepper Weinheimer, Frank Blajszczok

Club Seminars: Joe Babulski
Seminars: Ken Kohl
 

Directions to Elma Senior Citizens Center

From Hamburg or south:
Take I-90 East (NYS Thruway) to exit 54 (route 400 the Aurora expressway. Exit the 400 at Transit Road North (Rt 20 & 78). Go north to the first red light (Bullis Road).  Turn right on Bullis road to Bowen Road (3 miles). Turn left on Bowen road to the Elma Town Park (8/10 of a mile). Turn right onto the road at the Elma Town Museum, the Elma Senior Citizens Center is behind the museum.

From Northtowns:
Take I-90 West (NYS Thruway) to exit 54 (route 400 the Aurora expressway). Exit the 400 at Transit Road North (Rt 20 & 78). Go north to the first red light (Bullis Road). Turn right on Bullis road to Bowen Road (3 miles). Turn left on Bowen road to the Elma Town Park (8/10 of a mile). Turn right onto the road at the Elma Town Museum, the Elma Senior Citizens Center is behind the museum.