Airway Heights recreation center go to place for seniors


Last updated 3/5/2020 at 11:01am

With a variety of programs and services developed to enhance the quality of life for adults 50 and better, the new Airway Heights Parks and Recreation Center has become a popular hub of activities for senior citizens.

30 to 40 people regularly come out for the weekly lunch served to eat and socialize according to Glen Horton, recreation program supervisor. The lunch is currently followed by a weekly educational series, currently addressing Alzheimer prevention.

Recreation assistant Paula Thornton served up a hot meal of meatball sandwiches, chips, cottage cheese and desert, along with a...

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