Did you know we had one? Ah yes we do, at 10 E. Locust Street

(1 block North of the Town Square, just off North Queen Street)

Would you like to exercise? Join us for the 2nd and fourth Tuesday for an exercise class.

               For a slower pace, join us at one of the card tables, puzzle tables or Bingo twice a month.

Monthly blood pressure screenings.

4th Thursday 10:00am to 11:00am

Like to read? We have a library full of books.



We deliver Meals on Wheels for home bound seniors.

Stop by and pick up our Newsletter featuring recipes, crossword puzzles, games,

health articles and our monthly activities and menus.

New activities are being added, so check us out!

Please join us from 8.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., Monday – Friday


Senior Center Site Manager; Julie Keadle


Phone or fax 717-359-7743

mail to:

 Celebrating our 30 Year Anniversary! 

Click link below to see pictures


Summer is here! We hope that the warmth of the sunshine brings you good cheer             

Come by and check us out, we love visitor’s and maybe you’ll

decide you want to stay a while! We have cards, games, puzzles, arts and crafts days, a library,

sewing room, speakers, bingo, and other activities. We do take local day trips on occasion.






                (Activities are subject to change)                                  

                                                                            July 28th.............Blood Pressure Checks @ 10am
                                                                         July 29th.........Trivia Day @ 10:30am








2016 Farmers Market Nutrition Program Fact Sheet



  • Vouchers will be distributed starting June 6, 2016.

  • Qualified residents receive four $5 vouchers to be used at approved area farmer’s markets.

  • Individuals must be age 60 or older (by Dec. 31, 2016) and a resident of Adams County.

  • Income eligibility for 1 person is $21,978; for a married couple, income eligibility is $29,637. Income is self-declared.

  • Vouchers must be used by November 30, 2016.

  • Vouchers may not be used for processed foods, for example: jam, honey, cider, nuts, or baked goods.

  • Vouchers may not be used for citrus or tropical fruits.

  • Vouchers are eligible for produce “grown or growable” in Pennsylvania.

  • Vouchers are limited and will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis; one set of vouchers per person each year.

  • Anyone picking up vouchers for another person must have a completed, signed proxy form available from ACOFA or at senior centers.

  • Seniors are required to show proof of age and residence when receiving vouchers.

  • Each purchase must total $5 or more. Farmers are not permitted to give change.

  • Vouchers are available at ACOFA and Senior Centers.

  • For more information on the program, please call Adams County Office for Aging, Inc. (ACOFA) at 334-9296 or






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please call  (717) 359-7743