Baltimore County Senior Centers recognized for innovation and creativity
Baltimore County Department of Aging Senior Centers were recently recognized as “Best Senior Programming” by Baltimore Style’s Readers’ Choice Contest.
“Baltimore County Department of Aging is delighted to see our senior centers voted by the readers of the magazine as best in older adult programming,” explained Joanne Williams, Director the Department. “Since the award is given by the public, it truly means more to our team. It shows that we are reaching the people in the community and helping them to live longer and live well with the variety of programming.”
There are 20 senior centers located throughout Baltimore County to explore and experience. Each senior center offers an array of programming including, but not limited to, continuing education, fitness, health, creative arts, music, travel opportunities, volunteerism and more. “The possibilities are endless in our senior centers,” added Jill Hall, Division Chief for Senior Centers and Community Services. “We invite everyone who has reached the milestone of 60 years of age to come into their local senior center to discover ways to improve your mind, to energize your body and to lift your spirits!”
To learn more about the programs and events offered at each center, read the monthly newsletters or search the website atwww. baltimorecountymd.gov/ seniorcenters or call 410-8872040.
Baltimore Style magazine allowed its readers for the first time to vote in the spring of 2018 for an assor tment of businesses, services and programs in the region. To discover the full list of 2018 winners, visit http://baltimorestyle.com/ our-2018-readers-choicewinners.
The mission of the Baltimore County Department of Aging strengthens lives by providing services, programs and connections to resources. For more information on the various programs provided by BCDA, visit www.baltimorecountymd.gov/aging.