The Senior Resource Center will be CLOSED

Thursday, November 25th &

Friday, November 26th

We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving :)))) 


Our December Calendar is out!!!! 

We’ve got BINGO, Android, iPad, Windows 10 Classes, and our a trip to see the lights at the NC Arboretum.  
Check out the “Activities” link above or stop by the SRC to grab a copy. 
We are still doing limited capacity and requiring masks on the vans and inside our building. 
We hope you’ll find something that interest you.




The SRC is participating in the Annual Salvation Army Angel Tree Program again this year!! This is a great program that thinks of local children and seniors who may not get Christmas gifts. All the tags on our tree are for local seniors. Instructions are below.
1. Grab a tag from the tree in our lobby.
2. Give Odile or someone at the front desk the ID# from the tag.
3. Buy new gifts or clothing for your angel. (Suggestions and sizes are on the tag).
4. Return the UNWRAPPED gifts with the ANGEL TAG ATTACHED to the SRC or to the Salvation Army office by DECEMBER 4th.
5. Please call the Salvation Army with questions  456-7111.
Thank you for your support and for helping to spread the word. 


The SRC is open

(*with limited capacity)!!!  

Stop by to say hello, grab a calendar or to sign up for a program or trip.

Take a look at our September calendar (under “Activities”). 
We hope you’ll find an activity or trip to join in on. If not, please at least stop by to say hello. We’ve missed you all!
We are still requiring masks in the center and on our vans. We’re also still sanitizing the center throughout the day


John Chicoine (Medicare questions):  550-1582   –    jchicoine@mountainprojects.org
Michelle Claytor (SRC information, Caregiver List, and Phone Assurance):  
400-1484  –  mclaytor@mountainprojects.org
Ashley Duckett (Foster Grandparent Program):  400-0906     –  aduckett@mountainprojects.org
Darlene McElrath (Nutrition Sites and In-Home Aide Program):  506-5161  dmcelrath@mountainprojects.org
Chuck Ney (Senior Companion Program):  550-6510   –   cney@mountainprojects.org
Be safe and we hope to see you all soon  🙂
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We’re missing seeing our seniors already.
To tide us over, here are some pics from our recent first overnight trip. Perfect weather and some great sights.




*Updated Policy: Program participants must fill out registration form and be in our system to attend            programs, classes, and trips*



Ms. Dottie is 98 and still playing bingo!!!


We learned a little bit, laughed a good bit and went some new places in 2019.


 The SRC sells cases of Ensure for $15.00 with a prescription.


The SRC is looking for artwork from local seniors to display on our walls.
If you have paintings, photography, or drawings that you are willing to share with visitors of the SRC please call Michelle at 356-2813.
We love to show off local talent.


Come to the SRC to learn something new or just to have fun 🙂


If you’re at least 60 years old and are looking for to meet new friends, check out one of

Mountain Projects Congregate Meal Sites.

A small donation is all that is asked.

Center visitors also engage in activities such as: creative arts, exercise, guest speakers and bingo.

1 Pigeon St. 648-8173
Mon-Fri 8:30-12:30 p.m.

Old Armory (44 Boundary St.) 452-7029
Mon-Fri 8-12 p.m.

Maggie Valley
3987 Soco Rd. 926-3099 x110
Mon-Fri 9-1 p.m.



“Haywood County Senior Resource Center”


SRC van

Check Out Your Updated Ride!


 Let us know where you want to go!!


Click on the “Activities” tab at the top to view our monthly calendar. We’ve got card and game groups, craft and hobby classes, special seminars, and much, much more!!!