The Freeman Poole Senior Center, North Cobb Senior Center, the Senior Wellness Center and West Cobb Senior Center will reopen on Monday.

The Tim D. Lee Senior Center will remain closed until further notice for renovations, per an announcement from Cobb County.

The four centers will reopen with limited capacity in a phased reopening across the county’s senior services. Visitors will have their temperatures taken and masks will be available for anyone who doesn’t have one. Sick rooms will be available at all the centers, according to Cobb Senior Services Director Jatunn Gibson.

For a video with more information on the centers’ reopening, visit https://youtu.be/IJDisQTZmws.

Pre-registration is required to come into any senior center. Registration is open for all activities, which will begin the week of July 20.

To register, seniors can call a center or use CivicRec online. The centers will operate on a limited status Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be closed to the public on Fridays until further notice.

For more information, visit www.CobbSeniors.org.

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richard plent

Lets prove Darwin right. Let's let senior mix together during a pandemic where they are most a risk. If you are a senior stay home for now, please!

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