The nonprofit, which serves senior citizens age 60 and older in Fort Bend and Waller counties, announced its plans to reopen eight centers in a press release June 16.
Fort Bend Seniors' congregate centers offer a range of activities, including bingo, art and fitness classes, and provide much-needed socialization and a hot meal to participants.
The Bud O'Shieles Community Center, located at 1330 Band Road, Rosenburg, was the first center to reopen June 7, followed by a new location at the Landmark Community Center at 100 Louisiana St., Missouri City, on June 21.
The organization has a plan to open additional congregate centers in July and August, according to the following schedule.
- June 28: Kendleton Church of God, 619 FM 2919, Beasley; The Huntington at Sienna, 4522 Trammel Fresno Road, Missouri City; and Fort Bend Family YMCA, 4433 Cartwright Road, Missouri City
- early July: Brookshire United Way Service Center, 531 Hwy. 359 S., Brookshire
- early August: Four Corners Recreation Center, 15700 Old Richmond Road, Sugar Land
In the press release, Fort Bend Seniors said it will continue to provide contactless, home-delivered meals to program participants until all locations have reopened.
Additionally, the organization will follow health recommendations to keep seniors, staff and volunteers safe. 281-633-7049. www.fortbendseniors.org