White Rose Senior Center
What is the White Rose Senior Center?
Founded in 1985, White Rose Senior Center is located in downtown York, and it is the largest and first accredited senior center in York County.
Who uses the White Rose Senior Center?
The White Rose Senior Center is open to all York County residents age 60 or older from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
What do people do at the White Rose Senior Center?
In January, the White Rose Senior Center activity schedule included Zumba classes, knitting club, prescription insurance counseling, Spanish lessons, bingo and other games. In addition, the center provides a nutritious lunch every weekday at noon.
How can I find out more?
You can visit the center’s website, www.whiteroseseniorcenter.org, or call the center at 717-843-9704.
How does the Lottery benefit seniors in my community?
The Pennsylvania Lottery recently published an updated Economic and Benefit Impact Report for 2009-10. This report details how the Lottery impacts each of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties. From every $1 ticket purchased, 30 cents go toward programs benefiting older Pennsylvanians.
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