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Fair Park Senior Center
1433 Livingston Road
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Participants enjoyed live music and a free lunch, arranged by Fair Park Senior Center Director, Peggy Houston and staff.
Executive Director Peggy Houston
Started the center over 40 years ago.
Fair Park Senior Center is the first chartered Senior Center in the state of Tennessee.
Our Office Hours are Monday to Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Evening and off Site Hours vary.
started the center in 1973, this is our 40th year!
FPSC Executive Director Peggy Houston was recognized this year for her many years of Faithful service and contributions to the State of Tennessee Senior centers.
After a business meeting the speaker ...
After a business meeting the speaker will be Peggy Houston, Executive Director of Fair Park Senior Center.
Peggy Houston, executive ...
Peggy Houston, executive director of the Fair Park Senior Center, attended the meeting and requested the funds in order to replace doors at the Fair Park building on Livingston Rd. across from the Cumberland County Community Complex.
The building is owned by the county, but was a joint venture in 1998 by the county and city of Crossville.
"We had businesses and sponsors from all over the county that came together to support the seniors and chipped in to build this facility," Houston
Houston explained that Fair Park receives federal funds and is host to several federal programs for seniors and offers dozens of daily programs for senior citizens.
"We provided service for more than 5,500 people in the county this past year and have around 100 people a day take part in our programs," Houston
"We don't come to you for money all the time other than our annual amount," Houston
"So has this gone before your board?
"Yes, we thought that with all we do for the county and with all the programs we have for seniors in our community that you could help us with this," Houston
"No, but we are going to," Houston
Houston said that county building maintenance supervisor Steve Lewis estimated the cost to be $7,000 to replace the doors because the frames needed to be replaced as well and they are built into the concrete and brick wall.
Houston also requested the committee waive the fee the Community Complex rental for Pioneer Day on the Mountain, which is put on by the Fair Park Senior Center and serves as its main fundraiser.
"We have been doing this event for 29 years at no cost for rental and this year we were told we'll have to pay," Houston
At last month's meeting, Houston
was unsure if Fair Park would be able to afford holding the annual event.
On hand to honor the state ...
On hand to honor the state Senior Olympics winners were Billy Loggins, director of marketing for the city of Crossville; Mark Dudney, with WCTE-TV; Judy Roberson, OAA program specialist /quality assurance for the Upper Cumberland Development District; Peggy Houston, executive director of Fair Park Senior Center and Upper Cumberland Senior Olympics district coordinator; Debi Davis, executive director of physician relations for Cumberland Medical Center; State Rep.