Senior Center

Senior Center - Update December 7, 2020

Effective December 7, 2020, all activities inside the building have been temporarily suspended or delayed.  This includes use of the fitness equipment and SilverSneakers indoor group fitness classes.  Resuming activities will be reviewed in mid-January following the holiday season. This decision is based on new CDC guidance released on Friday, December 4, 2020 and the increase in cases of COVID 19.


The Meals on Wheels Program is fully operational and participants of the Nutritional Congregate Program are receiving daily meals and communication  as well as virtual activities.

Mission Statement

Promote and provide, in a comfortable and friendly setting, social, educational, nutritional, recreational and wellness programs that will enrich the lives and overall well-being of older adults throughout the community.

Tai Chi for Health

Tai Chi is a slow and gentle meditative exercise that originated in ancient China. Benefits include improved flexibility, increased muscle strength, improved fitness and improved balance for fall prevention. Chairs will be used in this class to assist with balance as needed. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement.

  • Instructors:  Angie Elmore and Gale Blankenship  Both are certified Tai Chi Instructors
  • Monday & Wednesday 10:30am to 11:15am

Tai Chi for Health and Fall Prevention

  • Friday 10:30am to 11:15am

Tai Chi for Heart Conditions


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