MILTON, Ga. -- Senior Services North Fulton and the City of Milton and will hold a grand opening ribbon cutting for the Milton Senior Center at Community of Christ Church on Thursday, Aug. 22.
The ceremony will begin at noon outside Community of Christ's Fellowship Hall, 3315 Francis Road in Milton. Mayor Joe Lockwood and the Milton City Council will be joined by Fulton County Commissioner Liz Hausmann and volunteers and staff from the senior center for the ribbon cutting.
Starting at 11 a.m., Norman Broadwell, a Milton native and member of the Historic Preservation Commission, will talk about Milton's past.
Senior Services North Fulton is a private, non-profit 501 (C) (3) founded in 1991 to provide programs and services for the older adults who live in North Fulton. They are the only nonprofit in North Fulton dedicated to serving the older adults, operating Neighborhood Senior Centers in Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs and now Milton. Staff coordinates care for clients, including Meals on Wheels, transportation and supportive in-home services such as personal care assistance, homemaker services and respite. All clients are served regardless of ability to pay.