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Williamston Area Senior Center

The Williamston Area Senior Center has started to return to normal services, providing hot lunches at noon on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Please call #517-655-5173 for lunch reservations so we can have the right number of luncheons on hand. 

Cost is still a donation of $3.50 per person.  

If you need Meals on Wheels please call #517-676-2775 or

call Tasha at TCOA #517-887-1393.

The WASC is expanding its paid staff to better serve the senior population in the greater Williamston area.  For more details look under our News & Updates section below.

Continue to check our WASC Facebook page, our WASC website
or by calling #517-655-5173 for future updates.


About Us

Everyone ages. It is an inherent property of life. As our bodies and minds develop over time, we adapt to these changes by modifying our decisions and actions. The later years of life can be especially challenging, but the Williamston Area Senior Center is here to help. At the Williamston Area Senior Center, we listen to the needs of our members in order to understand their limitations and discuss potential solutions. We work with our community members to customize options that will help them lead the lives they want.

Family Visit

Daily Activities

Our hearts and brains are constantly changing, and just like the muscles in our body, they can lose strength if we don’t exercise them enough. It is especially important for seniors to stay physically and mentally active on a daily basis, which is why we offer a variety of classes to help get your body and mind moving. They’re fun and enjoyable for everyone, and a great way to meet our other residents.

Art Class

Arts & Crafts

Fun and Engaging

Peer Networking

Social Interaction

Senior Citizen Exercise Class
Playing Cards

Cards & Computer Games

Stay Sharp

Elderly Woman at Gym


November 2021 Events

Please check our website www.williamstonseniorcenter.com or our Facebook for specific announcements of upcoming activities.

On Thursday, November 11, 2021 the Williamston Area Senior Center Veteran’s Day Celebration will be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Family Life Wesleyan Church 3720 Rowley Road, Williamston, Michigan.  Please make reservations for the Veteran’s Day Celebration by calling the Williamston Area Senior Center at 517-655-5173. Reservations are a must by November 8th and is limited to the first 70 individuals.  The cost for this dinner is a donation of $5.00 per person and there is no cost for veterans.  

November Activities:

Monday, November 1, 2021 Pizza & Salad at 11:30. 

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 Tai Chi Chair Exercise with Paul Christensen.  

Thursday November 4, 2021 Birthday Bash. 

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 Lunch with the Williamston Area Senior Center President at 11:00 am.    

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 Meditation with Vicki Potter.

Monday, November 15, 2021 Soup & Bread at 11:30am. 

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 Mind Games sponsored by the Williamston Area Library. 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Bingo.   

Tuesday November 23, 2021 Tai Chi Chair Exercise with Paul Christensen.  

Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Senior Movie.   

Covid-19 Guidelines – wearing proper face covering and social distancing is recommended.  Hand sanitizer and disinfectant will be provided on the premises. 

Other November Activities at the Senior Center –

Tuesday Knitters Group – meets from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Wednesday Needle Craft Group -  meets from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Thursday Euchre – from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.


News & Updates

WASC Newsletter

October - November 2021

Attached is our Bi-Monthly Newsletter.
Click on link below.

Man Reading Newspaper

Williamston Area Senior Center Millage

January 2021

The Williamston Area Senior Center .25 millage passed on the November 3, 2020 ballot/election.  

We want to thank:
City of Williamston
Leroy Township
Wheatfield Township  

We are looking forward to a bright future!

Senior Couple

Let's end ageism, Ashton Applewhite

TED Talks April 2017

It's ageism, a prejudice that pits us against our future selves -- and each other. Ashton Applewhite urges us to dismantle the dread and mobilize against the last socially acceptable prejudice. "Aging is not a problem to be fixed or a disease to be cured," she says. "It is a natural, powerful, lifelong process that unites us all."

Image by Rod Long
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Volunteer / Donations

Make an Impact

Cheerful Seniors


No matter how big or small of a contribution you can afford, we appreciate them all. By making a Donation, you will be supporting our efforts to bring health, joy, and fulfillment to the lives of our elderly community. If you’d like to make a Donation today, get in touch and we can arrange the details together.

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Memorial Donation

There are many ways for you to give and make a positive impact on the lives of seniors in your community.  Honor a friend or family member by making a memorial donation to the Williamston Area Senior Center.

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Commitment to Volunteer

Seniors at Williamston Area Senior Center often describe their experience with us as an incredible way to live their lives. Your Commitment to Volunteer will be used to support the staff, services, and facilities we provide to all of our Senior Citizen Center community members. If you’d like to make a Commitment to Volunteer today, just get in touch and we’ll take care of all the details with you.

Group Meeting

WASC Board Members


Michael Black


Ron Harris

Vice President

Marilyn Thompson


Steve Arends


John Roy Castillo


Karen Bollman


Ann Lemmen


Roxanne Houghton


Tammy Gilroy

City of Williamston Representative

Wilma Whitehead

Leroy Township Representative

John Allen

Wheatfield Township Representative

Contact Us:

For more information about the Williamston Area Senior Center, directions, newsletter, or calendar of events, please contact us!

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