Charlotte Central School
The Senior Center has participated in a variety of community service programs with the Charlotte Central School. Sixth Grade volunteers helped prepare Monday Munch and engage din conversation with lunch attendees. Other students volunteered to help clean up the grounds.
Charlotte Children’s Center
We are fortunate to be so close to the Children’s Center and able to enjoy their company on special occasions.
Charlotte Community Food Shelf
The Senior Center participates in special projects making food for the Community Food Shelf, in collecting Christmas toys, and in other activities.
The Charlotte Grange prepares desserts/snacks for the Bi-monthly Red Cross Blood Drive at the Senior Center. They host Meet the Candidates Night at key times in the electoral process at the Senior Center.
Charlotte Historical Society
The Charlotte Historical Society has a rich trove of items and information of interest to Charlotte residents. The Senior Center taps into this for programs and exhibits.
The Senior Center and the Charlotte Library join forces in a number of activities to benefit the community: book discussions, smart phone and computer technical assistance, and nutrition information.
The biweekly Senior Center column is available in the paper and online at the paper website.
Town of Charlotte
We receive money from the Town of Charlotte for programs, salaries, and building maintenance.
Front Porch Forum
From missing cats and rhubarb for sale to weekly happenings at the Senior Center, keep in touch with your neighbors.