Orange Senior Center

Mission Statement: The Orange Senior Center provides activities that promote independence, creativity, physical and emotional health, and lifelong learning for residents over the age of 55.

July 19 2021

Arts and Crafts with Suzanne

Join us for our monthly Arts & Crafts activity at 12 noon with Suzanne on Monday. Check the newsletter for date.

Chair Exercise

Ms. Ann, our Chair Exercise leader, was featured on the Wednesday Warrior segment on WTNH 8. Follow this link to enjoy the beautiful segment: https://www.wtnh.com/on-air/wednesdayswarrior/

New Chair Exercise link
Please click on the following link for the the Chair Exercise video with Suzanne Anderson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XklI-X6K7jc

Frozen Meals - Last Day August 12

Orange Community Services in conjunction with our congregate lunch program has arranged for a special frozen meal program consisting of a box of 5 frozen meals during the Covid-19 pandemic. We can deliver them or you can come by and pick the meals up. Delivery is only available to Orange residents. Call the office to complete an application. Suggested donation is $3 per meal, would be greatly appreciated is your are able. Below is a picture representing the contents of the frozen meal box. Delivery is usually mid day Thursdays.

Legal Clinic

We are resuming our Legal Clinic services. Attorney Floman DePaola’s office will conduct appointments via telephone on the first Wednesday of the month. Appointments will be for 1/2 an hour beginning at 9:00am. Please call the senior center at 203-891-4788 to schedule an appointment. We will forward the schedule to Floman DePaola office who will then contact you at the scheduled time. Please be home for the appointment.

You can reach their office by phone at 203-795-1211 or email office@flomandepaola.com

Cut the Cable

The Orange Senior Center hosted a "Cut the Cable Cord" presentation. The power point file is below. 

The Orange Senior Center is committed to promote independence, creativity, sound physical and emotional health, and life-long learning for persons over the age of 55. The center provides opportunities for education, cultural development, socialization, and community services.  Non-residents are welcome to join for an annual fee.

WORD FROM THE SENIOR SERVICES COORDINATOR

Great news! The hot lunch, congregate meal program is set to return August 16. Be sure to come out and try our lunch program.  Lunch is offered Monday through Friday from 11:30am—12:00PM. No meals on Saturday or Sunday. A $3 donation is accepted for   persons 60+. Must register by 1:00pm the day prior with Ellen at 203-891-4765. If you are new to the program, a form needs to be completed. It’s a great time to eat a nutritiously balanced meal and make some new friends.

Be sure to complete a Senior Center survey.   We value your feedback and strive to meet your expectations. We need your input! Tell us what you want.

Lastly, if you have not done so, stop by the office for a key tag. We have a new computer software where you sign in for classes, activities and trips. So remember to swipe your tag!


Dennis Marsh,

Senior Services Coordinator

 


  1. Dennis Marsh

    Senior Services Coordinator
    Phone: 203-891-4789

  2. Carol Marini

    Clerical Assistant (P.M.)
    Phone: 203-891-4784

  3. Physical Address
    High Plains Community Center
    525 Orange Center Road
    Orange, CT 06477



Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30