Baldwin Area Senior Center - Senior Center in Baldwin WI
Senior Centers Nearby
The Woodville Senior Center opened its doors in the lower level of the Pioneer Building in 1980.
The Hammond-Roberts Area elders received a United Way grant to organize their Senior Centers in 2000.
The Glenwood City Area Senior Center first opened its doors to offer social and educational opportunities for persons 60 years of age or older in 1978 at the Glenwood City American Legion. In 1980, the Glenwood City Area Senior Center relocated to the Community Center.
St. Croix County's 1st Senior Center was started in New Richmond in 1973 at O'Mahoney's Hall. When the building was razed the Center was located in the American Legion. The Senior Center moved the lower level of the Knights of Columbus Hall in the early 1980's. The Senior Center moved to the Communi
The Deer Park Area Senior Center first opened its doors to offer social and educational opportunities for persons 60 years of age or older at the Deer Park Community Center in 1985.
Since 1975 local older adults have gathered together in the community of Hudson in a variety of locations. May 19, 2000 the Senior Center officially moved the Marie B. Blakeman Community Center, located at the Christian Community Home Campus.
When the Somerset Senior Center was established in 1981 it was located in the American Legion. Then, in 1996, the Senior Center was relocated to the Town Hall due to the generosity of the Somerset Town Board.