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Randolph County Senior Adults Association is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3)organization, serving Randolph County since 1975. It is an organization of individuals who are interested in improving the quality of life for Randolph County residents who are 50 years of age and older and in serving as advocates in their behalf.
We operate four senior centers located in Asheboro, Archdale, Liberty, and Randleman. These centers provide over 26,000 congregate meals for nearly 250 seniors in Randolph County and serve close to 70,000 delivered meals to over 400 home-bound seniors. Our four centers combined average 5,000 activities each year. This includes parties, line dancing, bingo, quilting, senior games, crafts, and exercise classes.

RCATS (Regional Coordinated Area Transportation System)serves both Randolph and Montgomery Counties. In Randolph County, RCATS provides transportation for thousands of trips for seniors and the general public. Nearly 900 disabled and senior riders contribute to an average of 58,800 additional trips in the county. Montgomery County's RCATS serves over 400 clients with nearly 11,000 trips.
RCSAA is governed by a
13 member volunteer Board of Directors.  In addition, each center and major program has a volunteer Advisory Committee to oversee its operations.
Board of Directors
Current Board Members
Bill Hoover, President
Duffy Johnson, Vice President
Lonnie Keogh, Treasurer
Gail McDowell, Secretary
Pat Callicutt
Don Childers
Geoff Crawford
Bert Lance-Stone
Rev. Frank Ramos
Betty Foust
Nancy Henderson
Eddie Lindsay
Carolyn Vickery

Ex-officio Members
   Sandra Allen
             Betty Hunt
       Elizabeth Mitchell
Bobby Smith
The Information & Options Counseling department provides information about services, programs or assistance available to seniors age 60 and over. Last year, over 3,500 clients received assistance through the counselors. Programs administered through the department include SHIIP, caregiver support, heat relief, and various needs.
RCSAA also operates Our Place Adult Day Center in Asheboro which provides daily activities and meals for participants age 18 and over who still live at home with family but need a safe and engaging option for care during the day.
All information provided in this web site is believed to be accurate and reliable. RCSAA assumes no responsibility for the use of this information.

Copyright 2014, RCSAA, INC.

Randolph County Senior Adults Association
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
serving ages 50 years & older

347 West Salisbury Street    PO Box 1852   Asheboro  North Carolina 27204-1852     336-625-3389
You can also find a multitude of activities ranging from classes to dances with live bands at our Adult Resource & Education Center. Find something to entertain you with weekly Gospel Music performed every Friday evening or great bands playing dance music every Saturday evening; a fitness room is available for a small fee to those wishing to stay in shape and healthy; shopping in "The Salt Box on Salisbury" where local crafters sell their handmade items.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
Opened in 2015, houses the administrative offices of RCSAA and RCATS, as well as the Asheboro Senior Center, the Salt Box on Salisbury, several classrooms, and Fresh Salon.