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Welcome to our Senior Center

providing services to meet the social, physical, emotional and intellectual needs of the older adult

Herndon Senior Center Council, Inc.


 873 Grace Street

Herndon, VA 20170 US

Phone: (703) 464-6200​

​Fax: (703) 437-8750


Senior Center Staff
Ruth Junkin, Director
Jeanne Alcazar, Assistant Director (Volunteers)
Vacant, Assistant Director (FASTRAN, Trips, and Transportation issues)
Donna Lopez, Assistant Director (Congregate Meals, Paid Classes and Instructors)
Monica Koppelman, Assistant Director (Newsletter and Outreach)
Kevin Wiafe, Assistant Director (Registrations and Membership cards)

Hanh Tran, S.A.I.L. Coordinator

Anita Chinyavong, Recreation Therapist

Sasha Swinnerton, Recreation Therapist
Pam Harms, Case Manager

Volunteers for the Website
Joyce Saldivar

Luan Ngo - Web Albums

A VIRTUAL NEWSLETTER FROM RUTH!
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Fairfax County Senior Centers are Closed

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A Message From Your Herndon Senior Center

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The Center is CLOSED for members until further notice, but it is STAFFED as follows:
Monday - Friday

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.



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HSC News & Info June 22

HSC News & Info June 15

HSC News Info June 8

HSC News & Info June 1​​

Links to ONLINE activities

             

June is Emergency Preparedness Month 


Join this Fire & Life Safety Education Presentation focusing on Emergency Preparedness on Thursday, June 25 at 11:05 a.m. Click here for details.


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Herndon Senior Center is open for membership to adults aged 50 or older. 


The Senior Center is community based and serves as a focal point for  senior adults by providing a continuum of services in a supportive environment and by serving as a link for participants, their families, and the community at large to resources offered by other agencies. 


Services are designed to be prevention and intervention oriented to meet the social, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of the older adult. 

Senior Centers fulfill a unique need both by recognizing the diverse needs of the older adult and by understanding that seniors contribute lifelong experience, interests, and skills to their communities. 

The Herndon Senior Center has Wi-Fi !!