WSA Leaders

Erica Drazen

Senior Vice President
Mary Price

Vice Presidents
Christine Kowalczuk
Don Nelsen

Judith Pedersen

Assistant Treasurer
Dorothy Mueller

Ruth Young

Finance Chairperson
Rob Ain

Development Committee Chairperson
Mark Gallagher

Members at Large
Courtney Eno
Peter Franchi
Debbie Trianor
Al Weschler

Ex Officio Past President
Richard Pharo


Program Manager
Nancy Polcari
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Facility Manager
Nick Asaro

Fred Benson
John Day
Joe Quigley

Winchester Seniors Association

Winchester Seniors Association Annual Appeal

The Winchester Seniors Association (WSA) operates the Jenks Center for the benefit of seniors in Winchester, Massachusetts. The WSA is a not-for-profit corporation and, as such, relies on the generosity of citizens from Winchester and surrounding communities rather than charge annual dues or membership fees. Please consider making a donation to the help the WSA continue to do its work. For more information about the WSA, see About the WSA below.

You can make donations via PayPal, Credit Card or Debit Card, or by check, as described in the table below.

To Donate by PayPal, Credit Card or Debit Card: To Donate by Check:
Please click the Donate button and follow the instructions.

Please make checks payable to: “Winchester Seniors Association” and include “Annual Appeal” in the memo line.

Mail your check to:
         Winchester Seniors Association
         109 Skillings Road
         Winchester, MA 01890

For information about making ASSET DONATIONS, please contact the WSA Administrator at 781-721-7136.

About the WSA

The Winchester Seniors Association (WSA) is a not-for-profit volunteer corporation of, by, and for people 55 years and older. We improve the quality of senior's lives through participation in and enjoyment of a wide range of stimulating social, educational, and recreational activities.

We operate the private not-for-profit Jenks Center for the benefit of the citizens, community organizations, and the Town of Winchester.

An elected Board of Directors governs WSA, Inc., determining policies, raising funds, setting long range goals and objectives, and overseeing the operation and maintenance of the building and grounds.

With the guidance of its Board and the support of its members, the Winchester Seniors Association is recogized as a financially self-supporting model for responsive community service for seniors, cooperatively serving a diverse clientele of Winchester seniors, who are fully represented in the leadership of the organization.

Seniors from surrounding communities are also welcome to share in the camaraderie and caring to be found here.