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)

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Would you like to exercise? Join us for the  for an exercise class.

                                              For a slower pace, join us at one of the card tables,

                                                          art tables or Bingo twice a month.



We deliver Meals on Wheels for home bound seniors.

Stop by and pick up our monthly activities and menus.

New activities are being added, so check us out!

Please join us from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., Monday – Friday

 Senior Center Site Manager; 

Tina Pate

Phone or fax 717-359-7743

email: littlestown@acofa.org

Click here: Celebrating our 30 Year Anniversary! 


All residents 60 years of age or older are welcome. The Centers

help older adults remain active though participation in trips, exercise, educational

programs, crafts and much more. Hot meals are served Monday through Friday at

the centers. A two-day advanced reservation must be made for each meal by calling

or signing-up at the center. Adams County Transit Authority will take participants to

and from with advanced reservations.


The Littlestown Senior Center is in need of Meals on Wheels Drivers to deliver meals

once or twice a month. Time is 10:30am for about an hour and a half.

If you can help out call 717-359-7743



August Activities

1st, Cards & Games 

2nd, Cards & Games 

 3rd, Cards & Games

4th, Your Brain & Your Health, B. Goll @ 10:00am

5th, Chef luncheon @ 11:00am

8th, BINGO @ 9:45am

9th, "Kids go to War" - 1940's C. Lurkin (Victory Lady) speaker @ 10:00am

10th, Pivot Exercise @ 10:00am

11th, Operation Christmas Child w/Windy @ 10:00am

12th, Cards & Games

15th, Holocaust Music Pt. 1, D. Smith, speaker 10:00am

16th, Carrie, Sing-a-Long & Blood Pressure Screening @ 10:00am

17th, Bingo @ Sweet Treats @ 9:45 - 10:45am

18th, Holocaust Music Pt.2, D. Smith, speaker @ 10:00am

19th, Hanover Historical Society Museum, K. Weiler @ 9:30am

Music w/ Denny @ 10:30 - 11:30

22nd, Bingo @ 9:45am

23rd, Make your own Sundae

24th, Painting w/ Pat @ 9:30 - 11:15  (sign up)

25th, Operation Christmas Child, w/Inez @ 10:00am

26th, Mason Jar Craft, Pt.1 @ 10:00am  (sign up)

29th, Senior Citizen Day Lunch

30th, Mason Jar Craft, Pt. 2  (sign up)

Pizza lunch  (sign up)

31st, Cards & Games

ouchers through the Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) are now available at the Littlestown Senior Center. The vouchers can be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmer’s markets. Qualifying adults age 60 and over who live in Adams County are eligible to receive one set each year.

For 2022, the program income eligibility limit is $24,142 for a single person and $33,874 for a married couple. Each person will receive four $6 vouchers for a total of $24 worth of produce purchased from participating growers at farmer’s markets. Married couples are eligible to get two sets of vouchers - one for each person (if both are 60+.) Applicants must bring identification to verify age and residence.


Income eligibility limits for the PACENET prescription assistance program have increased PACENET uses Lottery proceeds to provide help with prescription costs for eligible people age 65+. Starting February 1, the income limits for the program are increasing to $33,500 for a single person and for $41,500 for a married couple.

PACENET cardholders may have this program in addition to their regular Medicare Part D coverage. The federal and state programs work together to make sure consumers are charged the lowest co-payment for each prescription. PACENET cards are accepted at all PA pharmacies. For more information about the program or to get an application, call PACE at 1-800-225-7223.

                                                                                                 Click here: The Older Americans Act

..............................................................................................“(As you grow older, you will discover you have two hands.

...................................One for helping yourself – the other to help others.” (Audrey Hepburn, actress and volunteer)