The Daleville Senior Center held a craft sale during the month of December to raise funds for various trips and projects for the upcoming year. The items were hand-crafted or donated by seniors that attend the center. Some of the items available were small blankets, hand made bags, crochet items, knitted items, baked goods, Christmas decorations, wreaths, jewelry holders and much more.

 “The Daleville Senior Center is truly a home away from home for active, outgoing adults age 60 plus,” Daleville Senior Center Director Laura Leger said. “We offer a variety of activities, such as bingo games, hands-on craft projects, gardening, quilting, puzzles, domino games, darts and corn hole toss. We also plan yearly parties, day trips, picnic days in the park, dinner nights out and other enjoyable activities.”

According to Leger, the Daleville Senior Center serves a nutritional, well balanced meal Monday through Friday to in house clients as well as delivers meals to home bound clients through the Meals on Wheels program.

Leger said they work hand in hand with local agencies to help promote the well being of their clients. There is no cost to become a member.

Leger invites seniors to Karaoke with Kimmie on Jan. 21 at 10 a.m.

Any seniors age 60 plus that may be looking for a place to socialize, relax and have fun with other people can come by and visit.

The center is open from Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Any community member that would like to contribute to the Daleville Senior Center to support their outings and projects can contact Leger at (334) 598-9197.

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