If You’re 55 or More “Mature,” Then Harford County Wants To Hear From You!
Harford County is interested in your feedback on a proposal to expand recreational programming at the Aberdeen Senior Center building located at 7 Franklin Street.
On March 2, 2018, Winter Storm Riley caused significant damage to the Aberdeen Senior Center building at 7 Franklin Street. Senior programs and bus service were diverted to the Havre de Grace Activity Center and have continued there since that time. Unlike the smaller Aberdeen Senior Center, the Havre de Grace Activity Center is a full-service building that includes a gymnasium, fitness room, daily lunch service and activities, and a full range of classes for seniors.
With the building repairs nearly completed at the Aberdeen site, this is a good opportunity to re-evaluate the best use of the building. The leaders of the Harford Senior’s Activity Centers are proposing to offer recreational programming for all ages under Harford County Parks & Recreation at the Aberdeen Senior Center this spring. Wow, a real Rec Center until the full sized one is completed! Not only would this allow some senior programming to continue at that location, it would also provide a facility for additional recreational programming for Aberdeen citizens of all ages. As always, seniors can use any of Harford County’s Senior Centers that they desire. We are also seeking input on which recreational programs are of interest to the community for the future Aberdeen Activity Center. This will be a full-service building, similar to the current facilities in Havre de Grace, Bel Air and Fallston.
The survey deadline is January 10, 2019.
To participate, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VPLPBNS