Center for Creative Living
The Center for Creative Living has been providing a meeting place for active senior citizens aged 55 and older since 1980. The Center for Creative Living (CCL) is non-profit organization with the purpose of providing a designated place for ACTIVE seniors to receive social, physical, and intellectual needs. The CCL was birthed by Dr. Charles E. Andrus, who later shared his ideas for the CCL with Dr. Charles E. Green, Dr. Royce Means, and Mrs. Lois Ann Smith, who later became a secretary for the CCL.
The Center is open 5 days a week from 8 am to 4:30 pm and provides activities that range from exercise groups (aerobic and arthritis), table games (dominoes, bridge, pinochle, chicken foot, Mexican train, and Farkle); quilting, basket weaving, crafts, arts (oil painting), and monthly trips.
We will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting for their Senior Health & Wellness Expo on May 19 at 8:30 am!