The senior center has been at the present location since 1991. The building is owned and
maintained by the City of Huber Heights. An expansion to the building was completed in
2009. Operation of the organization is directed by a Board of Trustees elected annually
by the members. Staffing is provided by a City Program Coordinator and dedicated
Our Mission Statement
To work with, assist, and promote fellowship, happiness, entertainment and good will
among senior citizens; to encourage a better way of life, by association and helping each
other, to make the rest of our lives on earth more enjoyable, to share our God given gifts
of eyesight, hearing, speaking, knowledge and maneuverability to seniors who are less
fortunate in health.
Caring and Sharing
Caring and sharing with our fellow members of the community is a primary focus:
- Congregate Meals are served on Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:30 a.m.and are
open to the public. Call 233-9999 for more information and/or reservations
- Monthly blood pressure, blood sugar, hearing checks
- Health screening - flu shots
- Grief Support
- Tax assistance through AARP
- Notary public service
- Legal Aid by LAWO
- Golden Buckeye Card
- Volunteer opportunities available at the senior center, through the City of Huber
Heights, or RVSP
- Donations by the Huber Heights Senior Center to various charities
- Site for CPR courses
To be eligible to participate in center activities and to receive the monthly newsletter, you
must be a current member. Dues are $20 (checks preferred) and can be paid at the front
desk. There is no extra charges for non-residents. Renewal is based on the calendar year
and due every January. Dues are reduced to $5 from October 1st through December 31st
for first -time applicants.
Please make sure that you receive a new membership card when you join or renew
(including honorary members). Those joining for the first time will receive a welcome packet
(one per family). All are required to sign a general liability waiver in order to join/renew.
New members are welcome anytime during the year; seniors must be at least fifty to join
and younger spouses are also welcome to join. Those turning 90 by March 1st are
honorary members and not charged the membership fee, however an application must be
on file and updated every January to receive a new membership card.
Interested seniors may be permitted to visit three times before joining.
Your membership entitles you to participate in physical and mental activities that are
essential to health and happiness. The Huber Heights Senior Center strives to offer a
variety of programs and activities to create a stimulating environment. Physical fitness
activities include: Sinclair College exercise for those 60 and up, bowling, table tennis,
music and motion of light aerobics and line dancing.
Membership entitles you to learn through educational programs of computer instructions,
driving safety, genealogy and speakers on various topics.
Membership entitles you to create through wood carving, knitting, quilting, crafts, writers'
group, art classes or writing for the newsletter and media.
Membership offers companionship and emotional support for each other.