Added Warmth, Thanks to the William G. Irwin Charity Foundation

David Gaddis and new boiler

Thanks to a generous grant from the William G. Irwin Charity Foundation, the Humboldt Senior Resource Center has a new boiler in the administrative building, the historic Washington Schoolhouse at 1910 California Street in Eureka.  The old boiler was extremely temperamental, and often refused to work at all.  The new boiler – pictured above, with Facilities Supervisor Dave Gaddis – provides increased efficiency not only by evenly warming the building, but also by saving money on the agency’s gas bill.

The new boiler is part of the Humboldt Senior Resource Center’s ongoing effort to make the campus more comfortable and welcoming for seniors.  We look forward to the day when we can open our doors and invite our friends back inside for nutritious meals, healthful activities, and companionship.