Changing for the Better
"Changing for the better," is the new catchphrase for members of the Mason County Senior Activities Association (MCSAA), now that they've settled into their new home in Shelton's landmark Pavilion, behind Gillis Auto Center.
Indeed, change has lately affected every aspect of the group––the largest senior association in Mason County––beginning with the name of their new location, which replaces the former Mason Count Senior Activities Center.
Our Center also provides the opportunity for younger members to participate in activities with their parents. With people living longer, we are truly multi-generational, and we have expanded our offerings to cover a wide variety of interests at reasonable cost, especially in the fitness and van trip areas."
As the "50 and Better" members grow into their much-expanded new center, they are making sure to accommodate the ongoing space rental business of the Pavilion.
For many regular customers, it'll be business as usual at the Pavilion.
The Pavilion, known for hosting some of Mason County's biggest and best events over the years, is now owned and operated by MCSAA, the same nonprofit organization that runs the 50 and Better Activities Center, as well as Nifty Thrifty, the group's retail thrift store.