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
The holiday season, for all its intended joy, can be a lonely time for many local seniors. In order to bring a smile to many seniors’ faces, Randolph Senior Adults Association (RSAA) is spreading Christmas cheer to area homebound seniors through the “Stockings of Care Campaign.” Now in its third year, the campaign provides a handmade stocking, filled with a variety of goodies, to homebound seniors across the county who are enrolled in RSAA’s Home-Delivered Meals program. 

“Many seniors in our area are isolated, due to physical issues which limit their ability to drive, or because of the loss of a social support network due to relocation, aging or other factors,” said Mark Hensley, RSAA executive director. “Some of these seniors don’t get anything at Christmas, not even a visit, so when they receive a gift it just brightens their day.”

The Sew Day Ladies, who are part of the Randolph Quilter’s Guild, hand-sewed more than 200 felt stockings for this year’s campaign. The Sew-Busy Ladies Group, a local non-profit organization, hand-sewed 200 tote bags and tissue holders. Kayser-Roth Corporation donated 200 pairs of socks. Children from The Growing Place Child Care Center made handmade cards filled with joyful messages and many individuals—including RSAA Board Members and staff members—made financial contributions and donations of personal care items, snacks, candy, puzzles, and more. Zooland Civitan Club members stuffed the 200 stockings. Local volunteers, including 2019 Ms. Senior Randolph County Judy Newsome, delivered the stockings to homebound seniors. 

“We hear so many wonderful responses from the recipients,” said Hensley. “Responses like, ‘Your thoughtfulness brought a big smile to my face,’ and ‘Thank you so much for the great surprise!”

Hensley added, “We are truly thankful for such an abundance of community support for this project” 

Sponsors and contributing partners include: Randolph Quilters Guild/Sew Day Ladies; Sew-Busy Ladies Group; Kasyer-Roth Corporation; Zooland Civitan Club; Asheboro Rotary Club; Agape Sunday School Class/First United Methodist Church, Asheboro—In Memory of Lucas Horner; The Growing Place Child Care Center; staff members of RSAA and RCATS; Vicki Cox-Humphries; Louella Caison; Sandra Allen; Lonnie Keogh; Peggy Kilburn, and many friends of RSAA.

RSAA Teams Up to Provide Stockings of Care 
to Homebound Seniors
Delivering Christmas cheer! Ms. Senior Randolph County Judy Newsome delivers a smile, a stocking, and a hot meal to Peggy Seabolt of Asheboro. 

Helping to spread Christmas cheer to area homebound seniors are members of Sew Day Ladies, a part of the Randolph Quilters Guild. The group is pictured in front of a portion of the 200 handmade felt stockings for RSAA’s Christmas Care Campaign 

Helping to stuff 200 stockings and place into tote bags are a few members of the Zooland Civitan Club, Dee Davis, Linda Bean and Cathy Jones. 
RSAA's Senior Cheerleading Team CHEERS UP area seniors 
Members of Randolph Senior Adults Association's Senior Cheerleading Team, the Randolph Rhinestones, visited Elmcroft Senior Living (formerly Carrillon Assisted Living) a couple of weeks before Christmas and provided merriment and cheer to residents. The group also performed for members of the Asheboro Senior Center the same day.
RSAA Quilt Raffle Announced
Barbara Lambe is the lucky winner of our 2019 Quilt Raffle! She's pictured here with her gorgeous California King-sized "Chuck-A-Luck" patterned quilt. RSAA extends a very special thank you to the RSAA Quilting Club for giving over 400 hours of their time to make this beautiful quilt and donate it for raffle. We also thank everyone who supported the raffle by purchasing tickets!
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To assist residents in filing their taxes, the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Foundation Tax-Aide Program will be on site at Randolph Senior Adults Associations on Mondays and Saturdays 
starting February 1 through April 13, 2020. Volunteers will be on site offering free tax assistance to residents. Appointments are required and are timeslots filling fast. Last year, AARP volunteers helped more than 1,200 people in the area file their taxes. To schedule an appointment in time for the April 15 deadline, please call 336-625-3389. 

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