Senior Citizens Centers to Reopen July 1, 2021
Effective July 1,2021 all Senior Citizen Centers in the 9 Pennyrile Counties will be reopened.
Hopkinsville, KY., June 3, 2021. The Pennyrile Area Development District (PADD) and the Pennyrile Allied Community Services (PACS) are happy to announce that all Senior Citizens Centers in the Pennyrile counties will reopen effective July 1, 2021. The counties include Caldwell, Christian, Crittenden, Hopkins, Livingston, Lyon, Muhlenberg, Todd and Trigg Counties.
Effective July 1st all centers will return to their normal hours of operation and services prior to the pandemic. All centers will continue to follow any Centers for Disease Control (CDC), state and/or local guidelines.
Effective July 1st all centers will resume congregate meals in each center. During the month of July PACS will also continue providing curbside meal pick up. To better assist PACS in knowing how many meals to plan for we are reminding everyone to call your local senior center to reserve a congregate or curbside meal.
All other pre-pandemic services will resume when the centers are reopened July 1st. Clients will be getting a letter providing more details and information as they become available.
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