When you hear the term “senior citizen” maybe you have a preconceived notion of just who that person might be. It means different things to different people, and the outdated notion of a very old person who just wants to stay home is no longer accurate. If you are over age 60, and live in Cleveland, TX then you meet the definition of the Cleveland Senior Citizen Center, for the types of folks they want to help stay healthy, social, and able to live in their own homes for as long as possible. And a bonus: volunteers are encouraged to participate at the center, at almost any age.
Where is the Cleveland Community Citizen Center?
The center is located at 220 Peach Ave, Cleveland, TX 77327. The welcoming building has a photo gallery online, to get a idea of the layout and activity area.
What Hours is the Center Open?
What Activities Might I Expect There?
While some activities change regularly, there are also activities which happen each day at the same time.
- Lunch in a convivial setting is provided Monday through Friday, at noon.
- There are board games and games such as dominoes, as well as activities, puzzles and conversation opportunities each day
- Bingo is played on Fridays
- Monthly special events are posted regularly
Are There Volunteer Opportunities for Non-Seniors?
Yes! The Center welcomes participation from all ages. If you are interested in helping out, or if you’d like to know what assistance is needed, call the Center at 281-592-1174.
What Else Should I Know?
The Senior Citizen Center also participates in Meals on Wheels for homebound seniors who live five miles outside the Cleveland city limits. The Center can sometimes provide assistance with transportation needs. If you are interested in this option, you can call the Center at 281-592-1174 for more information.
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