June lunches will be on Wednesdays
Meals will be distributed from 11 to 12 as usual.
Some activities are starting again!!!!!
Please check the Highlights page for information
Please see the flyer below for information about the
SENIOR FARMERS MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAM
To obtain an application you can follow the instructions on the flyer or you can go to the SPECIAL FEATURES page and downloaded an application from there
Please take note of some important phone numbers you may need. State Representative Stan Saylor's office - 717-244-9232. Insurance/Medicare counseling through APRISE - 717-771-9008. Veteran Service Officer - 717-771-9218. Podiatrist that came to senior center - 717-781-8313. Please call the senior center at 717-456-5753 if there are other resources we can help you with.
Welcome to Your Senior Center!
The mission of the Delta Area Community Senior Center, Inc. is to establish, maintain and operate a Senior Citizen Center in the Delta area to advance the physical, social and emotional well-being of PA residents 60 years of age or older on a non-profit basis.
The center is a community facility in which older persons can make new friends, learn a skill, enhance significance, preserve dignity or just kick back and enjoy life.
The center is open Monday thru Friday from 7AM to 2PM and there is no registration fee or dues. The Rabbit Transit Van is available for transportation to and from the Senior Center. At this time there is no fee to ride the bus from your home to the senior center.
A calendar of events is distributed monthly and can be found here. Most classes or events require pre-registration to insure adequate preparation. Sign up sheets can be found at the center.
Funding: The only funding Delta Senior Center receives from York County Area Agency on Aging is $3.75 per person eating lunch in the Delta Senior Center. We eat lunch everyday at noon. Please try to join us for lunch.We need to fund raise at least $60,000.00 a year to keep the senior center in operation. If you would like to make a donation, make your check payable to Delta Senior Center. Money will be used for programs and operation of the center. Thank You.
Winter Weather Policy
Remember to call the senior center for information on bad weather days. The message will be updated at 6:00 AM to let you know if we are open or closed. As always, use your own judgement as to whether or not it is safe to go out.
Benefits of Membership
Nutrition: A hot nutritionally balanced lunch is served daily at noon. This is provided to members free, however a donation is suggested. The menu is available at the center and you must call the center two days in advance to reserve your meal.
Activities: Our facility allows us to provide a wide variety of recreational activities to include bingo, pinochle and other card games, board games, creative writing, art & crafts, song, dance and live entertainment and a variety of bus trips and outings.
Medical: A registered nurse comes every month to check weight and blood pressure and is able to answer or make referrals on medical questions. A certified podiatrist comes to the center every 10 weeks for toe nail cutting and minor foot problems. Medicare will pay for this service if your deductible is met, otherwise you will be billed.
Exercise: Members go bowling every Wednesday at the Lion Bowling Alley in Red Lion. There is a nominal charge for three games of bowling. Shoes and balls are available at no charge.
Our DEPENDable Closet: Free access to our inventory of special needs items. These items include, Depends, wheelchairs, portable toilets, shower chairs and many other “little helpers”.
Information & Referral: The center provides information on services and discounts available to Senior residents of York County. We also provide assistance in completing forms necessary to take advantage of many programs such as property tax rebates, & PACE applications
Come in and try out a new program or activity and please remember we need your support at lunchtime! Thanks!
Historic Event at The Delta Senior Center May 4, 2016
The York County Commissioners held their May meeting at the Center where they recognized the center for it's service to the community during Older American's Month. They also presented director Kim Maglaughlin a gold coin for her 30 years of service.