Anne Regan Aging Well Center held grand opening Tuesday
Published 10:24 am Thursday, June 30, 2022
Landrum activity center for seniors welcomes residents to its new location
LANDRUM––The grand opening of Anne Regan Aging Well Center was held Tuesday morning, including a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the location of the Aging Well Center, at 503 South Randolph Avenue in Landrum.
The City of Landrum partnered with Fifty Upstate in May 2019 to provide an activity center for senior citizens of Landrum. For years, the Landrum Depot served as a meeting site for the citizens.
Due to the generous contribution from Anne Regan, a late Landrum resident, the program was able to relocate to a permanent location and was named after Mrs. Regan in order to honor her. The new building, which used to be a church, was renovated to ensure seniors can participate in various programs while enjoying this addition to the community. The building has a new roof, new HVAC units, updated restrooms, and new interior paint.
Mayor Bob Briggs says, “This is a wonderful asset to the community, Not only will the center provide resources and fun activities, it will allow them to experience more social interactions and establish friendships.”
The City of Landrum would like to thank its partners from the Spartanburg Regional Foundation, Spartanburg County Parks Department, Spartanburg Regional Transportation, and Mobile Meals along with the generosity of the late Mrs. Anne Regan for helping make the Aging Well Center possible.
The group meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, please call 864-560-6761.
The Anne Regan Aging Well Center in Landrum.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday morning at Anne Regan Aging Well Center.
Landrum residents are enjoying their time at the Aging Center.