Anderson Creek Senior Center

6808 Overhills Road
Spring Lake, NC 28390
910-436-4157
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
 

The Anderson Creek Senior Center provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere where older adults may receive friendship, good nutrition and valuable information for the needs of those people over the age of 50. Older adults are the most valuable natural resource within the community. Our purpose is to offer services and education to improve one’s way of life at home and within the community.

Our objectives at ACSC is to establish a community focal point for older adult activities and services, provide public information about older adult services and community education on specific problems of the elderly and resources to assist with these problems, and to provide advocacy regarding issues of the elderly to offer opportunities for community involvement for older adults and others.

How to Become a Participant - All persons of age 50 and over are considered senior citizens and are eligible to participate in most of the programs/ services offered by the center. Come into the Anderson Creek Senior Center to register with us, or for more information call 910-436-4157.

The Anderson Creek Senior Center is a 2000 square foot building consisting of a fully equipped kitchen, an office, a craft room, closets, restrooms, and an assembly room. The 2.5 acre site also includes a 28 ft x 42 ft picnic shelter with tables.

 

Upcoming Events Calendars

Please click the link below for the current class offerings. For additional information regarding any of these programs or events, contact the Senior Center at 910-436-4157

February 2024 March 2024 April 2024

 

Programs and Services

Our programs come from the following:

•Harnett County Cooperative Extension •Division of Aging
•Health Department •Library and Social Services
•The Fire Marshal's Office •Anderson Creek Fire and EMS
•Central Carolina Community College •Mid Carolina Area Agency on Aging
•Local Businesses  

These programs are designed to keep you in the know on the services and activities going on around you and where to receive information that you may need now or in the future. Programs vary from month to month.

 

Nutrition Program - Congregate nutrition services are available to persons age 60 or older and their spouse. The home delivered meal program and frozen meals are also available. Lunch is served daily. Call the center for more information at 910-463-4157 or call the Department on Aging Elderly Nutrition Program at 910-814-6072.

 

Activities

•Health Screening & Education •Exercise
•Pot Luck Dinners  •RSVP Work Site
•Birthday Celebrations •Movies
•Shuffleboard •Trips
•Bocce •Classes through CCCC
•Volunteer Opportunities •Bingo
•Transportation •Arts, Crafts, & Quilting
•Bake Sales •Community Garden


For more information on programs and activities, call 910-436-4157.

Picnic Shelter Rental Information

Anderson Creek Senior Center Rental Information