Senior Center

Schroon Lake Senior Citizen’s Club

Serving seniors, 55 and up, in the greater Schroon Lake and North Hudson area.

About the Senior Center

The Schroon Lake Senior Center is an important asset of our community. It is the home to the Schroon Lake Senior Citizen’s Club, that owns and maintains the building through memberships in the club, support from the Town of Schroon through donations, and various fund-raising activities the club sponsors throughout the year. The Senior Center also houses our area’s Nutrition Center Lunch Program and Meals-on-Wheels.

Click Here to learn more about the history of the Schroon Lake Senior Citizen’s Club

The Senior Club is guided by the Board of Directors which consists of 5 officers, 5 directors, and the past president, who meet once a month to manage club business. The general membership meets once a month to keep current with club’s activities and to voice ideas and concerns. The Senior Club holds a number of activities nearly every day of the week, and organizes a number of trips each month, with handicap accessible transportation on the Senior Bus. Daily activities and club happenings, trips and special events are announced in a monthly newsletter, as is the Nutrition Program Monthly Menu.

Contact Information

Schroon Lake Senior Center
1108 U.S. Route 9
P.O. Box 395
Schroon Lake, NY 12870

Monday through Friday, 9:00AM – 12:00PM

Phone / Fax : (518) 532-7755
Email :

2022 Board of Directors

Marion WeaverPresident
Don Searles1st Vice President
Patt Rommer2nd Vice President
Nancy BelluscioSecretary
Pete JohnsonTreasurer
Ed DonleyDirector
Ralph OckerDirector
Linda MilsomDirector
Kristine TribouDirector
Jeri HeinzelmanDirector
Carol Ann GreigPast President

The Nutrition Program housed in the Senior Center administers the “Meals on Wheels” program as well as providing daily in-house lunch-time meals. Take-out meals are also available. This program is available to all. Senior Citizens Club membership is not required to participate in the Nutrition Program. A suggested donation of $3.50 is for those 60 years and older, and $6.00 for those under 60 years. Funding is provided, in whole or in part, by US Department of Health & Human Services, Administration on Aging, New York State Office for the Aging, Essex County Office for the Aging and is administered by Adirondack Community Action Program, Inc (ACAP). No Senior will be denied services due to an inability or unwillingness to contribute. Noon-time meals are served in the Senior Center at 11:00AM. Take-out meals are also available.

For information to participate in the ACAP Nutrition Program call Keisha, Program Manager at 518-532-0179 between 8:30AM and 12:30PM.