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Randolph Senior Adults Association 
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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
ASHEBORO SENIOR CENTER
347 West Salisbury Street, Asheboro
(located within the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC)

Contact Tracey Walden, Director, for more information at 336-625-3389.
ARCHDALE SENIOR CENTER
108 Park Drive, Archdale

Contact Jo Reid, Director, for more information at 336-431-1938.
LIBERTY SENIOR CENTER
128 S. Fayetteville Street, Liberty

Contact Kaffy Reynolds, Director, for more information at 336-622-5844.
RANDLEMAN SENIOR CENTER
144 W. Academy Street, Randleman

Contact Tana Skipper, Director, for more information at 336-498-4332.
Aging is out of your control. How you handle it is in your hands.

Your senior center can open the door to new healthy aging experience.


Recognized by the Older Americans Act as a community focal point, a senior center is a place for older adults to gather for nutritional, educational, recreational and information services. RSAA operates five senior centers located in Archdale (108 Park Dr.), Liberty (128 S. Fayetteville St.), Randleman (144 W. Academy St.), Asheboro (347 W. Salisbury St.), as well as Our Place Adult Day Care (714 Farr St., Asheboro). 

These centers provide more than 70,000 congregate, home-delivered and frozen meals for nearly 500 seniors in Randolph County (ages 60+). The centers combined average more than 6,000 activities each year (ages 50+). This includes parties, line dancing, bingo, quilting, senior games, crafts, and exercise classes. Social activities can be energetic and active or they can be quiet and calming. Whether it’s learning how to use the computer, painting, playing billiards or bridge, picking up Tai Chi, singing, taking exercise classes, or volunteering, there are so many possibilities. 

Research shows that older adults who participate in senior center programs can learn to manage and delay the onset of chronic disease and experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual, emotional, mental and economic well-being.

Whether you're still working, semi-retired, a caregiver, or just ready to have some fun and make new friends, we encourage you to visit your local center. Once you visit, we’re sure you’ll find a reason to come back! 
Click here to learn more about Our Place Adult Day Care.


OUR PLACE ADULT DAY CARE
714 Farr Street, Asheboro

Contact Chris Smith, Director, for more information at 336-498-4332.



The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC
347 W. Salisbury St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
336-325-3389 
336-626-3590 fax
Monday-Friday 
7:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
9:00am -3:00pm

Asheboro Senior Center
347 W. Salisbury Street
Asheboro, NC  27203
336-625-3389
ashcenter@senioradults.org
Tracey Walden, Director

Archdale Senior Center
108 Park Drive
Archdale, NC  27263
336-431-1938
archctr@senioradults.org
Jo Reid, Director

Liberty Senior Center
728 S. Fayetteville Street
Liberty, NC  27298
336-622-5844
libcenter@senioradults.org
Kaffy Reynolds, Director



Randleman Senior Center
144 W. Academy Street
Randleman, NC 27317
336-498-4332
randcenter@senioradults.org
Tana Skipper, Director



Our Place Adult Day Care
714 Farr Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
336-629-3787
adultdaycare@senioradults.org
Chris Smith, Director

Transportation may be provided for congregate meals and activities by RCATS with prior reservations according to Rider Standards. Please call 336-629-7433 for more information.
"I moved to Archdale to be near my kids after my husband passed away. I started coming to the Archdale Senior Center because I didn’t want to sit home all alone. Since coming to the Center and enjoying congregate meals with my friends, I have begun to feel like I am “living" again! I often say, if I had stayed by myself I don’t know what my mind would be like. I am so glad the Center is here."                                                                   
                                                                   -Daisy M., Archdale
"I have been coming to the Liberty Senior Center for nine years and love it. My mom used to come to the Center so I guess you could say I am following in her footsteps. I love to sing during music hour and really enjoy outings to Wal-Mart and the Senior Movie Day at the Sunset Theater. I also enjoy delivering Meals on Wheels and have been doing it for more than three years.

                                                                -Clima, Liberty