Morris Senior Center - Senior Center in Morris CT
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The mission of the Edward E. Sullivan Senior Center is to provide an environment to enhance and enrich the lives of older adults by offering recreational activities, nutrition services, educational and wellness programs and social services to meet the diverse needs of all people.
Four years ago we began issuing membership cards and we now have about 175 participating members. We also enjoy the company of visiting seniors spending a few weeks or months with family in the area. We warmly welcome new members. There are regularly scheduled activities as well as special trips and
The Falls Avenue Senior Center provides programming and services to enrich the lives of our community's seniors 55 years of age and better. We promote a positive lifestyle for seniors, provide community referral resources. The center is a gathering place for fun and friendship.
Woodbury Senior Center is the home of the Town of Woodbury's Department of Senior Services. The Center community includes our members, staff, our Commission members, the Friends of the Woodbury Senior Community Center, and the many, many members and volunteers. All are all committed to our Mission,
The Senior Citizens of Roxbury have proudly worked and sacrificed tocontribute to our town. Our goal is to provide a Center where Roxbury’s seniors may enjoy the opportunities to enrich their lives through programs that foster involvement in community life, promoting well-being and independence, e
The Senior Center provides a full range of activities. Programs are designed to respond to a broad spectrum of interest and needs.
The mission of Bridgewater's Hilltop Farm Senior Center is to identify the total needs of our senior population, to promote and encourage new and existing activities, and to provide services and education to enhance the quality of life for all of our seniors to enable them to age with dignity and in
The New Hartford Senior Center is located on the 3rd floor of the New Hartford Town Hall, 530 Main Street in New Hartford, CT.
On September 27, 1966, the Reverend Harry Eid met with eight people at the local Methodist church to discuss the formation of a "senior group" for the Town of Winchester. At their second meeting in October of that year, there were twenty-eight people in attendance. In 1974, the State of Connecticut
The Barkhamsted Senior Center was established in 1989. We were given the building at 109 West River Road to hold our meetings by the Town of Barkhamsted. Our goal is to foster friendships and to be entertained with mutual interests. We have a monthly meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Each Tu
The mission statement of the Colebrook Senior and Community Center is to provide appropriate services as needed to the town, to partner with the community civic activities, to offer nutrition programs to seniors and friends, to be an educational as well as recreational place for all ages, and to be