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Seniors enjoying their time at the Yorktown Senior Center in York, PA
Outside view of the Yorktown Senior Center
Seniors enjoying their time at the Yorktown Senior Center in York, PA

History of Yorktown Senior Center

Yorktown Senior Center was established as a 501c (3) organization in April 1986 by a group of seniors seeking a way to combine a few of the local clubs into a place openly supporting the need for senior adults to socialize, and draw support from one another.

Yorktown quickly became an important member of the outreach community providing information and referrals about aging services to seniors and their families. They were the first site in the aging services network to champion Flu immunizations for senior adults by partnering with the York City Health Bureau.

Yorktown Senior Center Today

Today, Yorktown is supported by the Office of Aging as a Nutrition Center. Hot lunch is served, free of charge, to its members. Membership is free to York Countians who are 60 years of age or older. Yorktown however, continues to offer much more than lunch. Determined to contribute to the overall health of our members, we offer opportunities for learning. Active seniors are healthier seniors; able to stay at home longer; able to contribute to the community-at-large.

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Seniors enjoying their time at the Yorktown Senior Center in York, PA

Board Members

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Jennifer Galloway


President

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Sally Yingling


Treasurer

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Whitney Poole


Secretary

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Natasha Miller


Member

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Tom Heberly III


Member

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Sam Marshall


Member

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Judy Lehigh


Member

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Morgan Wilt


Member

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Kelly Frey


Executive Director

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Our Staff

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Yorktown Senior Center partners with area work-training programs to assist those individuals who are interested in working with seniors. Experience gained at Yorktown Senior Center can help prepare an individual to work in community centers, nursing and personal care homes, and more.

Currently, Yorktown Senior Center partners with AARP work for Seniors, Work Ready, and numerous community volunteers

Kelly Frey


Executive Director

Cindi Lewis


Volunteer Kitchen Manager