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Celebration continues for senior center opening

Kay Hind, SOWEGA Council on Aging Executive Director Kay Hind, SOWEGA Council on Aging Executive Director
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The grand opening celebration of the SOWEGA Council on Aging's Senior Life Enrichment Center continued with dinner and dancing.     

At a ceremony this afternoon the center was named after Kay Hind who has been the council's Executive Director for more than 45-years.  

"We think that it's a wonderful thing for not only Albany and it's senior citizens but for the area. Because it is a beautiful building and we plan to have lots and lots of activities here," said Kay Hind.       

Two new computer training classes at the center are already filled and a flower arranging class is in the works.

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