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Attend our Orientation and be in the know of the more than 210 different programs, activities and services. 

Learn who and what we are as well as how to access all that we have to offer during a guided tour of our beautiful Senior Center.

Held the first Wednesday of every month, 9:30-11:30. 

No pre-registration required.

Salem Senior Services is a department of the Town of Salem. The mission of Salem Senior Services is to assist the Town of Salem’s Senior Citizens in maintaining self-sufficiency in their homes; acquaint them with local, county, state and federal programs; increase their opportunities to interact in the community; and provide them with a Center which fosters mental, physical, social and nutritional well-being in a wholesome environment.

Who: Senior community residents 60 years of age or older. All participants must register. General participation is free for Salem residents; $50 annually for non-residents effective August 1, 2016. A guest pass is available for a visiting guest of a registered participant whose only intention is to partake of the programs less than 3 times per year. Guest pass fee: $3 per person, per visit

What: Seniors can drop in any time just for coffee and conversation or to partake in any of our more than 210 structured activities, programs and services. The vast array of programs offers something for everyone in the way of wellness, socialization, exercise, education, enrichment, nutrition, transportation and support services.

Salem Senior Services (Ingram Senior Center) is funded by the Town of Salem taxpayers and Salem Council on Aging. Our 2016 Operating Budget is $282,131.00. We do not receive any state or federal monies. As of December 1, 2016 we are serving more than 2,948 seniors registered to actively participate in our programs, of which 88% are Salem residents and 11% from other communities.

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