Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center 338 South Progress Drive

 Xenia OH 45385 US



Director: ​jbaker@xarsc-seniorcenter.org




The Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center is organized to create effective relationships among the aging

and in the community. Assuming that older people are capable of continued growth and development, the

Center will offer classes in crafts, nutrition, music, dance, exercise, education and creative studies.

We believe that older people have a right to make choices and to be part of the

decision making process. Therefore, the Center will provide information to its members concerning

legislation and health carechoices, which will affect the quality of life of the older person.

We believe that, like all people, older people should have the right to exercise their skills and develop their potential. Therefore, we offer volunteer opportunities for our members.

We believe that, like all people, older people need both access to sources of information

and help for personal and family concerns and that they have the desire to remain living independently

for as long as possible. Therefore, the Xenia Adult Recreation and

Services Center will provide such services as   Transportation,  Meals on Wheels, Support services, Homemaker, Home Visits, Information and referral,

Medicare Counseling, Telassurance, and other services.

The Center believes that, like all people, older people have need for relationships and socialization.

Therefore, the Center will offer the opportunity for a congregate meal in a social setting

and will offer recreational and educational activities to its members.

This mission is based on the premise that aging is a normal developmental process;

that human beings need peers with whom they can interact; that a senior center should seek to create an atmosphere that acknowledges the value of human life and affirms the dignity and self worth of the older adult.


The Center does not release information on its members without the members’ consent.

Information maintained on members includes names, addresses, phone numbers and other pertinent

information provided by the member. Personal information is only used for the purpose for which it was

collected, such as letters from the Center, distribution of the Center newsletter, notification of Center activities/operations. Donors’ information is used to send thank you responses and to recognize in our

Newsletter and at special events. Donors are advised they may remain anonymous if they choose.

Personal information is not released to the general public. It is only released to those with a need to know,

such as Center personnel, membership chair, or others as required by law, such as law enforcement personnel.