The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
347 W. Salisbury St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
336-625-3389 
336-626-3590 fax
Monday-Friday 
7:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 3:00pm

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Randolph Senior Adults Association (RSAA) is a nonprofit organization and has been the community’s lead agency on aging services for adults ages 50 and over for 45 years and counting. If you are an older adult, a person with a disability, a caregiver, or planning for your long-term care needs, RSAA’s friendly, helpful staff are trained professionals who are here to serve you. RSAA is a United Way agency. 

Mission:
To empower adults age 50 and over in Randolph County toward a life of personal independence, healthy aging, social connection and life-long learning.

Randolph Senior Adults Association
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult Resource & Education Center (REC) 
Serving ages 50 years & older

347 West Salisbury Street    PO Box 1852   Asheboro, NC 27203     336-625-3389
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**Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the AARP Tax-Aide Program ENDED on SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2020.** 

Please note: The IRS has extended the tax filing deadline to July 15th. We will keep you posted on whether AARP Tax-Aide volunteers are able to return.

NOTE: AARP Tax-Aide ENDS
Click the graphic to read our latest issue of The Nurturer, a newsletter for family caregivers in Randolph County. Free copies of The Nurturer can be picked up at all Randolph Senior Adult Association locations, Randolph Health, Regional Consolidated Services and other community sites. To receive free quarterly copies of The Nurturer in the mail or via email, call 336-625-3389 or email: rcsaa2@senioradults.org  to add your name to our mailing list.
SAVE THE DATE!
May 20, 2020

**New Location**
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
347 W. Salisbury Street, Asheboro, NC 
Census 2020: 
Make sure you're counted!
You will have the option of responding online, by mail, or by phone. 

Click here to view details on what to expect in March. 
Click here to read our latest issue of Branching Out, a newsletter that highlights all of the fun activities happening at each of our senior centers! Free copies of Branching Out can be picked up at all Randolph Senior Adult Association locations.
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**To do our part to help protect our seniors, staff, volunteers and the community during the COVID-19 outbreak, Randolph Senior Adults Association is closed. Administrative staff is working and available during this time. You may call 336-625-3389 with any questions.**

UPDATE: HOW RSAA IS ADDRESSING 
COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)
Check out the newest issue of Senior Living Magazine! There are several articles highlighting activities and events at Randolph Senior Adults Association. Click here to read the issue.
Keep in mind this published before the COVID-19 outbreak, so please check our Facebook page or website for more information regarding postponements or cancellations.

Helping Seniors at Home

RSAA is partnering with several groups and individuals in Randolph County during this time of staying at home to make sure seniors are safe and remembered!

Cards for Seniors project, coordinated by Jessica Cain, sends out handmade cards to seniors with frozen meal deliveries. A way to encourage everyone during this unsure time. If you have questions or would like to volunteer to help, contact Jessica at nutrition@senioradults.org.

Fabric Masks with Randolph Quilters Guild project, coordinated by Ginger Flynt, is a huge undertaking of community helping community. Pineapple Fabrics in Archdale and Asheboro Elastics has donated enough supplies to make 1200 masks for those in need in Randolph County. The Guild cut the fabric and elastic, added the instructions and volunteers have stopped by the Center to pick up kits that will make 20 masks each. When the masks are completed, we ask they be returned to the same place and RSAA will coordinate distribution of the finished masks. If you would to volunteer to make masks or if you need masks, contact Ginger at education@senioradults.org

Together, we will all get through this!