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City of Fayetteville hosts ribbon cutting to open Senior Center East

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

The City of Fayetteville invites community members to a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of Senior Center East, at 917 Washington Drive on Friday, May 3, at 11 a.m.

The $9.2 million Senior Center East is a voter-approved Parks and Recreation Bond project and will be open to seniors, 55 and older, starting May 6. The facility features a warm water pool, fitness and exercise room, two racquetball courts, a multi-purpose room, library, indoor and outdoor lounge areas, locker rooms, billiards room, a card room, and a kitchen.

Seniors can participate in a variety of physical and mental health programs and activities at the Center. The facility is also available for other uses which may include community meetings and potential athletic competitions for seniors.

The center’s interior square footage is 15,360, with a covered patio of 2,850 additional square feet. The center is easily accessible and free to seniors. In the future, seniors will be able to use the Fayetteville Area System of Transit route 12 bus to travel to the center or arrange a ride via FASTtrac! ADA service, if eligible.

Please visit www.FCPR.us for more information about Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation Programs and Facilities.

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