Who We Are
Heritage Senior Center is a non-profit organization, funded in part by the York County Area Agency on Aging.
Our mission is to provide programs and services for those age 60 and over that are designed to overcome loneliness, combat boredom, enhance self-esteem and personal growth and encourage independence through involvement in the community.
The Staff and Center are overseen by a Board of Directors.
Established in 1974, Dover Senior Center was the third center opened in York County. At that time, all area senior centers were supported by Lutheran Social Services. In 1984, centers became incorporated with the York County Area Agency on Aging. Heritage was originally located in Dover United Church of Christ. From 1980-1995, we were housed in St. David’s E.C. Church.
Heritage partnered with Dover Township in 1995 moving to a larger facility in the Township Community Building. It was at this time that we officially became the Heritage Senior Center.
Heritage has continued to grow and evolve, becoming the thriving senior facility it is today.
- Director – Emma Crossley
- Assistant Director – Marci Roth
- Administrative – Stacy Lepley
- Meals on Wheels Director – Stephanie Wolfe
- Kitchen Coordinator – Pam Strausbaugh
- Program Assistant – Jane Thomas
Our Board of Directors
- President – Joyce Bowers
- Member – Sandra Bamberger
- Member – Dick Bear
- Secretary – Bob Bookwalter
- Member – Sandra Anderson
- Vice President – Jay Mummert
- Member – Rosemary Sieffert
- Member – William Coleman
- Sr. Rep – Dolly Sutton
Why We Do What We Do
Many older adults want and need a place to go where others understand their issues, a place to feel valued, or maybe just a place to hang out and have some good, old-fashioned fun!
Heritage Senior Center is the perfect destination for you. We are dedicated to helping you lead fuller and more productive lives. We offer programs to fulfill your needs and provide a place for you to interact with your peers.