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Tours, clubs give senior centers a livelier image

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Excursions abroad, spa visits, fitness club memberships, cocktail parties — they’re not things commonly associated with senior centers but they should be. Eager to lose the image that they’re simply places for old people to have lunch and play bingo, local senior centers are enhancing their offerings to appeal to a younger, more active crowd. According to the National Council on Aging, it’s a nationwide trend, brought on by the desire to meet the needs ...

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