2023 archive of News

2023 archive of News

March Newsletter

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 3/03/23

Check out our March Newsletter for all the hot news of the month! 

Youth Cooking Classes

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 2/13/23

Center Director does a Podcast!

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 1/23/23

Executive Director Michael Weidrich was a guest of Chandra Redfern, CEO of the Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers on their weekly podcast. The topic of their chat was "Creating a Lifestyle around Wellness for Seniors". Michael spoke about all the great things happening at the Tosh Collins Senior Center. ... Read More »

February Activites

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 1/23/23

VALENTINES PARTYJoin us Tuesday, February 14th, at 11:30 AM for our Valentine’s Day Party. A special Valentine’s Day lunch will be served through our congregate dining program along with special treats and gifts for all. Lunch is the normal $3 donation. This will be followed by a special ... Read More »

February Nutrition Menus

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 1/23/23

The Tosh Collins Center is rock'n and roll'n with hot lunches 5 DAYS A WEEK, served from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. You must RSVP in advance to get on the list, by calling Kim at 822-4532 x0. 

Our Frozen Meal program is on Tuesdays with normal pick-up time ... Read More »

New Membership Begins at Tosh Collins Senior Center

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 1/06/23

SBCA Begins New Membership at Tosh Collins Senior Center

Starting January 1, 2023, the South Buffalo Community Association will begin a new annual membership at the Tosh Collins Center for Senior Programs. Throughout 2022, our programs have grown so much with special events, day trips, and classes. On more ... Read More »

Spring Semester of Senior Computer Classes Announced

Posted by Michael Weidrich on 1/06/23

We’re thrilled to announce our Spring Semester of Computer Classes for Seniors, starting Thursday February 2nd. For another 12-week series of classes geared for seniors, we will be continuing to partner with Brendan Chella from the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library. There will be two class times every ... Read More »


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