The Senior Action Center is a multi-purpose center for senior citizens (60 years of age or older) which offers educational, recreational, social, health and fitness, and spiritual programming designed to enhance independent living.

This County Senior Center charges membership dues and service fees for some programs; meals are free, although a donation to the County Office of Aging is encouraged.

Monday-Friday - 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Community Meal at 11:30 a.m.

"After the passing of my daughter, I became depressed for a period of 2 years and stopped coming to the Senior Action Center. I am so thankful for Stephanie and Susan who called and encouraged me to return! The people that I have met at the center have become such a huge part of my life. I live alone with just my dog, but my friends at the center have become my family. I am so blessed by this excellent program!"

-Alice Wallace

"The Senior Center has been the best thing to happen to me in a long time! Before I knew about the center I just sat around at home and mostly watched tv.  Now I have been coming for 4 years and I enjoy the exercise and the activities!  I want to thank The Salvation Army, Stephanie, and Susan for all the blessings they give us and everyone at the center for their encouraging words and priceless friendships."

-Wanette Hatcher


The Salvation Army Youth Character Building Programs are a holistic Christian education experience for boys in pre-K through 5th grade and girls in pre-K through 12th grade.

There are four distinct components of this program:

Moonbeams (boys and girls in pre-K and kindergarten) 

Sunbeams (girls in 1st-5th grades)

Adventure Corps  (boys in 1st-5th grades)

Girl Guards (girls in 6th-12th grades) 

Through these programs, boys and girls will develop positive social and communication habits, decision making and life skills, and character and leadership skills through a Biblical worldview.