(MURFREESBORO) Here's great news for the New Year for those who patronize the St. Clair Street Senior Center at 325 St. Clair Street. Effective Wednesday, January 2nd, their hours of operation will be extended:
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Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation's Assistant Director Thomas Laird announced, "We are pleased to significantly extend the Senior Center's operating hours for the good of customer service. The Center continues to provide a better quality of life for those aged 60 and older."
The new operating hours will be staffed within the existing budgeted allocations through effective scheduling of current Senior Center staff, with a focus on excellent customer service.
In August 2017, The Senior Center was incorporated under the newly created Community Services Division as part a reorganization of the City's administrative structure to enhance customer service. The division executive director is Angela Jackson, who had previously served as director of Parks & Recreation.
The Senior Center celebrated its grand reopening in July 2017, following an eight-month renovation. The remodeled Senior Center received a $2.3 million facelift, including interior lighting, new furniture, exercise center and networking lounge.
In 2017, The St. Clair Street Senior Center received the Tennessee Federation for Aging "Innovation Award" for improving the lives of older adults with new programming and renovation to the Center.
St. Clair Street Senior Center is creating a better quality of life for residents of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County who are sixty years of age or older, through lifelong learning, promotion of health and well-being, socialization, and volunteer opportunities.