Welcome to Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council

Page last updated: 2019-04-17 13:36:27

PTSCC is a private, not-for-profit organization in Palatine, IL, a northwest suburb of Chicago, that operates the Palatine Township Senior Center. We are one of three accredited senior centers in the state of Illinois and one of 130 nationally.

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Our Mission
To provide programs and services which support older adults and their families by encouraging independence, well-being, and connection to the community.


Executive Leadership Transition

As many of you know, Carol Reagan has served as Executive Director of the Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council (PTSCC) for the last twenty years.  During that time, PTSCC has become nationally recognized as an outstanding Senior Center through accreditation by the National Institute of Senior Centers.  We have expanded our services by opening a satellite site at the Community Resource Center, taking over administration of the Congregate and Home Delivered Meals Programs, and adding a variety of recreation programs for active adults. We strengthened our financial stability through the establishment of a number of fundraisers, our Corporate Membership Program, and an Endowment.  Each year, PTSCC makes a difference in the lives of thousands of older adults in Palatine Township and surrounding communities.

Both Carol and PTSCC are reaching a transition point and Carol will be retiring effective July 1, 2019. There are significant future opportunities for PTSCC, and a new Executive Director with different perspectives and abilities will be able to bring us to this next stage of development and sustainability. As a result of this transition, the Board of Directors has hired a search firm to guide us in this transition process. Please click here to review the job profile. We encourage you to share this opportunity with your networks.

We are tremendously proud of PTSCC, its staff, board, and partners, and of the significant change we have been able to both lead and facilitate. We are grateful to everyone who has supported PTSCC, and look forward to seeing PTSCC grow to meet the needs of the ever-changing older population.  

On behalf of the entire PTSCC community, we thank Carol for her incredible leadership and dedicated service these last two decades and especially for her support and insight into this leadership transition.  

Donelda Danz

Chair, PTSCC Board of Directors


  Come for the Friendship - Stay for the Fun!

 

                 Cafe Party                                                           

 Golf League          

                  

Join us at the Senior Center - it's good for you!   74% of those surveyed reported that since coming to the Senior Center, they

  • Feel happier or more satisfied with their lives
  • Have more to look forward to each day

Check out "The Happenings", our quarterly newsletter that features our current activities. 

Business Hours:  Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm


PTSCC Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting will be Monday, April 29, 2019 at 12:00 pm in the Dining Room.  You will have the opportunity to meet the PTSCC Board, hear about program updates and ask questions.  Cake and light refreshments will be served


Tickets are available in the office or by calling the Center at (847) 991-1112

Would you like to help sponsor this event?

Click here for our sponsorship form, contact Kate Johnson at (847) 991-1112 ext. 234 for sponsorship details or to process sponsorship payment


Volunteer Recognition Date Changed

The Volunteer Recognition date has changed to May 3, 2019.  The date in the Happenings Newsletter was printed incorrectly.  Mark your calendars!


 

Corporate Member Spotlight        

Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) is an independent, not-for-profit organization serving people with diverse economic backgrounds, varied cultures and those with special needs. Community isn’t just part of its name. It’s at the core of their organization and woven in their mission. Through the responsible stewardship of assets, strategic community partnerships and generous donations, NCH is able to allocate their resources to have the greatest impact in the community.  Last year, they directed more than $59 million in community benefit programs and services, the impact of which improved the health and enhanced the quality of life of patients, friends and neighbors in the communities they serve.

NCH is a Platinum Club level corporate member of the Palatine Township Senior Citizens Center. For more information or to find a doctor, visit nch.org. Stay in touch by following NCH on Facebook at facebook.com/nchonline and on Twitter at twitter.com/nchonline.