COMPUTER CLASSES

Free classes for adults in a variety of computer applications with a focus on enhancing employability are offered every Friday from 8:30 Am to 11:00 Am.  Orientation to Computers and Keyboarding are taught by Santa Ana College, Centennial Education Center instructors, and classes are open entry.

ESL

Free classes for adults are provided by Santa Ana College, Centennial Education Center based on students' abilities as determined by placement testing with a focus on enhancing employability.  Classes are offered Monday through Thursday from 8:30 to 11:30 am and include ESL Beginning 1 and 2. Reading is Power!  Learn English so you can communicate with your children!

 

SENIOR SERVICES

Delhi Center provides a safe and comfortable haven for seniors to socialize and participate in arts and crafts classes, yoga, and bingo on a weekly basis.  ​Partner agencies provide government commodities and other food staples on a monthly basis to neighborhood senior residents who are in need of assistance.

SENIOR GROCERY PROGRAM

In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, the Senior Grocery Program provides nutritious food that seniors can prepare and consume at home. It is designed to alleviate hunger among seniors living on low and fixed incomes, at no cost.

Food distribution is the second and fourth Tuesday of the month and starts promptly at 8:45 am until 10:00 am

 

Click Link Below to Open Flyers

Senior Grocery - 2017-18 Calendar

Senior Grocery - Spanish Flyer
 

Computer Class
Computer Class

Student working on Typing Skills
Student working on Typing Skills

Senior Bingo
Senior Bingo

Computer Class
Computer Class

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Seniors Waiting Patiently
Seniors Waiting Patiently

Seniors waiting patiently to get their food from the Senior Grocery Program

SGP Volunteers Ready to go
SGP Volunteers Ready to go

Staff & Volunteers Helping Out
Staff & Volunteers Helping Out

Staff & Volunteers helping out with the Senior Grocery Program

Seniors Waiting Patiently
Seniors Waiting Patiently

Seniors waiting patiently to get their food from the Senior Grocery Program

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