Senior Activity Center

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Contact: Call the Senior Center at 205-681-0238, City Hall at 205-680-1223, or use our contact form.

Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Membership Requirements: There is no cost to becoming a member. People 60 years of age or older who live in Jefferson County can become members. Seniors with limitations may become members and attend our activities if we determine in an evaluation that we can accommodate the senior’s needs. In some cases, we will encourage a family member or caregiver to accompany the senior to the center. Visitors are welcome.

Membership Services: In addition to the free games, entertainment, fellowship and education, members at the center are offered a hot lunch every day the center is open. A $1.50 donation is suggested for the lunch. Members may join our day or overnight trips for an additional cost.

Transportation to the Center: ClasTran transportation is offered to center members based on the number of available seats. Please call or email to ask if any seats are available.

Renting the Senior Activity Center: See the rental fee, rules and rental agreement.

The Clay Senior Activity Center attracts seniors from Clay and surrounding communities with a wide variety of activities, entertainment and trips. The center provides a place where every member feels happy, safe and loved. We think of each other as family.

Some come to learn more about computers, some come to socialize, and some come to beat their peers at a game of cards or bingo. A pool table and exercise equipment are available for our seniors’ enjoyment. We also provide education and group discussions of issues our members are concerned about, such as Medicare, nutrition, healthcare, medication, fraud and scams and many others.

Average attendance each day is 30. We are thriving and changing and growing to better meet the needs of our growing community.

The city of Clay works in cooperation with the Alabama Department of Senior Services in operating the center. The city’s Seniors Advisory Committee discusses matters related to the center and makes recommendations to the directors.