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Located at Hooper's Landing in Seaford, Delaware, Nanticoke Senior Center is a life enhancement facility serving the seniors of Seaford and surrounding communities. Open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., the center is a nonprofit organization which offers members opportunities for socialization, relaxation, and learning. In addition, Nanticoke Senior Center strives to promote overall health and physical well-being by providing health-related services, nutritional programs, and numerous activities that help members to remain physically strong.

Nanticoke Senior Center has proudly served Seaford area seniors for nearly 40 years. Working hard to support the local community, the center serves lunch everyday at noon and sends out over 54,000 meals every year to homebound seniors. Furthermore, members can utilize the large fitness center and participate in weekly exercise classes. Various other programs are also offered weekly, including: bingo, transportation to and from the center, local and out-of-state trips, billiards, cards, holiday celebrations, social gatherings, driving courses, flu shots, free Wi-Fi and much more.

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    More Precautions
    In addition to daily cleaning and room sanitizing before each activity, the Nanticoke Senior Center is using a sanitizing sprayer fogger gun throughout our facility. This product is being used in long term care facilities and other health care facilities to decrease the spread of COVID-19.

    With all the extra cleaning, we still follow all state requirements.
    • Mask must be worn
    • Wash you hands
    • Practice social distancing

    Personal Responsibility
    Please stay home if you are exhibiting any symptoms of respiratory infection, including: fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, severe sore throat, lost of tastes or smell, or muscle aches; or if you've been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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