“Compared with their peers, senior center participants have higher levels of health, social interaction and life satisfaction…” according to the National Council on Aging who has named September “Senior Center Month”. In addition to a nutritious meal and friendly game of Bingo, participants at the center can partake in a variety of other interests including, but never limited to, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, field trips, crafting and more.Read More
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Rev. William Hughes enlisted in the Army after Pearl Harbor was attacked. He served in France and Africa with the 28th Quartermasters on a trucking convoy. He played Dominoes and card games during his deployment and continues to stay 100 years young playing Dominoes daily at the Southside Senior Center!Read More
Truman Burkhalter volunteers at the Carrollton Senior Center. Each day, since retiring, he has set his alarm to wake at 6 a.m. to be able to be there for the other seniors attending the center. “I enjoy it because I love them so much. I’d do anything for them. I enjoy what I do” Burkhalter said.Read More