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Artist: Delma Tayer-YSNN Founding Member

MEMBER SERVICES: We are happy to help with essential transportation.
Members please call for a ride:
509-853-1917


*PHONE CALL CHECK-IN
*RIDE TO APPOINTMENTS
*GROCERY DELIVERIES
*PRESCRIPTION PICKUP
*RESTAURANT FOOD PICKUP
*WALKING BUDDY

Yakima and Selah Neighbors Network we are a local, volunteer-based, non-profit organization founded to empower members of our community to continue living in our homes, where we want to be as we age.

 

We embrace a wide range of opportunities to connect with one another, care about one another, and make choices in how we live, give back and spend our time. We make it possible to lead vibrant, active and healthy lives while living in our own homes and being engaged in our neighborhoods and community.

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events
Recent Articles
Recent Articles

Open to the public programs:

To join us for our Interest Groups and workshops we ask that you are a member, volunteer or donate to YSNN as a supporter of our organization. Click Here to Donate Today

    

YSNN ZOOM TALK VIA ZOOM 

A ZOOM invitation will be emailed on the day of the presentation.

May 5 at 4:00pm
Yakima Valley Museum, Executive Director, Peter Arnold and Susan Duffin, Dir. of Development and Board Relations will let us know "What is going on now that YVM is Officially Open"
May 19
at 4:00pm

Claudia Steen, Master Gardener will share her success with raised garden beds. 

 

All Zoom Talks are recorded for our website. Please mute yourself during the presentation to avoid background noise.

You may save your questions until the end of the presentation. Call 509-853-1917 if you have questions about Zoom or the program. 

Interest Groups (for our Member, Volunteer and Supporters):

 

Zoom presentations, distanced social gathering connect us to old and new friends, keep us engaged, and improve our quality of life!
To join us for our Interest Groups and workshops we ask that you are a member, volunteer or donate to YSNN as a supporter of our organization. Click Here to Donate Today


Emergency Planning 101 Sessions Wednesday's 4:00pm via ZOOM:
Last session is May 12, 4:00 pm -Emergency Planning 101 for YSNN – Session Four

To join us for our Interest Groups and workshops we ask that you are a member, volunteer or donate to YSNN as a supporter of our organization. Click Here to Donate Today

If you have thought about but not acted on Emergency Preparedness, this series is for you! Come to the first of four sessions where we will describe our plan to work together to actually be prepared for an emergency by the end of May! We’ll move together from thinking to doing basic planning.



To get caught up go to this link on our website: Videos Emergency Planning

Coffee and Conversation at 9am Tuesday mornings via Zoom

Virtually sharing a cup of coffee and discussing a book or a movie or chatting about the world. No agenda just a chance to connect!

 

 

Tuesdays at 9am via Zoom

 

To join us for our Interest Groups and workshops we ask that you are a member, volunteer or donate to YSNN as a supporter of our organization. Click Here to Donate Today


TECH TIPS ON ZOOM
Sessions are done for the season.

Our goal is to make challenges with your devices more simple, less frustrating.
Come tell us what you want from Tech Tips. Come prepared after going over the questions.

Click on Links for past handouts.
YSNNWalking Group

In small groups and masks  are optional when outside!

Fridays at 9:30

KISSEL PARK
Meet directly on the right in the driveway

ADDRESS: 3000 W. Mead
In between 24th and 32nd on W. Mead
(West of Calvary Cemetery).

For directions or questions call: 509-853-1917
Hope to see you there!






Photo collage of 2019 YSNN gatherings.

Slideshow
Member and Volunteer Appreciation Event
Slideshow
Larson Gallery Potluck 2019
Slideshow
Potluck and Ponder


Thank you to our business sponsors





Thank you to all of donors and supporters who believe in us.


We would like acknowledge the grant of $5000 from Yakima Valley Resilience and Response Fund. This grant is the result of a funding partnership with United Way of Central Washington, the Latino Community Fund, and the Yakima Valley Community Foundation. 



Yakima Valley Community Foundation, www.yakimavalleycf.org
Yakima Valley Community Foundation has awarded grants since in the Yakima Valley since 2004. The Yakima Valley Community Foundation’s mission is to connect people, resources and ideas so people and communities thrive.
Contact Info: grants@yakimavalleycf.org, 509-457-7616




Latino Community Fund, www.latinocommunityfund.org
The Latino Community Fund cultivates new leaders, supports cultural and community based non-profit organizations, and improves the quality of life for all Washingtonians.
Contact Info: info@latinocommunityfund.org,
(509) 901-2798

United Way of Central Washington, www.uwcw.org
United Way of Central Washington gathers together people, ideas and resources to strengthen communities and improve lives. United Way of Central Washington is a local non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, serving Yakima and Kittitas counties.
Contact Info: info@uwcw.org, (509) 248-1557

YAKIMA AND SELAH NEIGHBORS’ NETWORK  
PO BOX 11691 YAKIMA, WA 98909 
WEB: YESNEIGHBORS.ORG
EMAIL: 
YSNN.WA@GMAIL.COM  
OFFICE MESSAGE PHONE:  (509) 853-1917


YAKIMA & SELAH NEIGHBORS’ NETWORK IS A PART OF THE NATIONAL VILLAGE MOVEMENT | YSNN IS RECOGNIZED AS TAX-EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 501 © (3) OF THE US INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. VILLAGES ARE NOT PLACES BUT CAREFULLY PLANNED NETWORKS | TO LEARN MORE VISIT THE VILLAGE-TO-VILLAGE NETWORK WEBSITE: WWW.VTVNETWORK.ORG

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