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Mastick Senior Center, a division of the City of Alameda Recreation and Park Department (ARPD), provides a well-rounded social recreation program for seniors, age 50 and older. Mastick houses a variety of programs in the areas of health, education and recreation.

Members enjoy pleasant surroundings while sharing many new and interesting experiences with contemporaries. Many of our members share the spirit of volunteerism, with over 200 volunteers dedicated to keeping the Center bustling six days a week with quality programs and services. Membership is free.

Mastick Center Mission Statement
"Mastick Senior Center's mission is to provide a well-rounded education, and recreation program for adults 50 years of age and older."

Mastick Center Vision Statement
"Mastick Senior Center's vision is to offer a variety of quality programs and services in the areas of health, education, and recreation to our seniors and the community."

Mastick Center Code of Conduct
The Mastick Senior Center Code of Conduct was created to ensure a warm and supportive environment for all who participate and work at the Center.
Click here for the code of conduct.

Mastick Center Advisory Board Officers & Directors

2020-21 Advisory Board Officers:

  • President - Bill Soares
  • Vice President - Kester Watters
  • Treasurer - Lorraine Meuleners
  • Recording Secretary - Patricia Bowen
  • Corresponding Secretary - Mariette Weiland


Directors:

  • Vicki Bell
  • Joyce Fahey
  • Nadyne Gray
  • Lisa Jasper
  • Colene Leong


  • Hanna Spanfelner
  • Jim Thomas
  • Mariel Thomas
  • Jerry Yarbrough