Address: 29 Church Street, Hudson, MA 01749
Hours: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Friday
Tel: 978-568-9638 & 978-568-9639
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Coffee with our own Police Chief Burks
Please join us for our second Coffee with Chief Burks on Tuesday July 17th at 10am at the Hudson Senior Center. Please call the center to sign up for this. We would like to thank Chief Burks for coming to our center in May and informing us of a new innovative program called Restorative Justice. Restorative Justice offers a personal, community-based alternative to the often impersonal effects of crime and its punishment. According to an article in PeaceBuilder Magazine of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, “Restorative Justice is recognized as a model in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Model Programs Guide. A 2007 University of Wisconsin study found that Barron County’s restorative justice program [in northwestern Wisconsin] led to significant declines in youth violence, arrests, crime, and recidivism. Five years after the program began, violent juvenile offenses decreased almost 49 percent. Overall juvenile arrest rates decreased almost 45 percent. Significantly, the study further found that collaboration of law enforcement officials with the community and schools was a decisive factor in reducing youth violence”. Chief Burks and his department is now offering this innovative program in Hudson on a case by case basis that meets certain criteria. Additionally Chief Burks shared a short video called “Finding Courage” which depicted Restorative Justice in a possible real life scenario.
Hudson Senior Center Gift Shoppe Hours
Tuesdays 9:30am until 11:30am
Wednesdays 9:30am until 12:30pm
Thursdays 9:30am until 12:30pm
Bring your shopping bag!!!
New Billiards tables at the Senior Center
Hudson Senior Center presents…
New Trips for 2019....
April 07 — April 16, 2019 • 10 Days • 14 Meals
America's Music Cities
featuring New Orleans, Memphis & Nashville
October 06 — October 13, 2019 • 8 Days • 10 Meals
pick up an informational booklets at the center
- Shaws & Walmart Bread & Pastry Pick-up: 1 or more days per week. Picking up several boxes from Hannafords between 8am-8:30am and delivering them to the center. Requires some heavy lifting.
- Meals on Wheels DRIVERS Wanted - If you are able to volunteer, please call 508-573-7200 & ask for Meals on Wheels.
- MUSICIANS Wanted - Do you play an instrument? Like to sing? Come to our Music Jam on Fridays at 11:30!
- Items Wanted - Items wanted for our Senior Center Gift Shoppe: crafts, jewelry, small household items, etc. Click HERE to watch our Senior Center Gift Shoppe Commercial!
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Welcome to the Hudson Senior Center
The Hudson Council on Aging (COA) is a Town of Hudson department and is a nine member appointed board that is charged with promoting and enhancing the quality of life for older Hudson citizens and their families.
Our mission is to assess the needs of our senior citizens by: designing and creating programs, advocating for, educating of, and enlisting support from federal, state, town, public and private organizations and individuals to meet those established needs.
The Council on Aging strives to deliver the highest quality of services to all senior citizens in our community by ensuring equal access and opportunity to all and to provide services equally to all clients in a prompt, dignified and efficient manner, while maintaining the highest regard for the confidentiality and privacy of those individuals served.
The Hudson COA Board holds monthly meetings, open to the public, on the first Wednesday of the month at 1:00 PM in the Senior Center. The Board welcomes suggestions and comments.
The Friends of Hudson Seniors has been an active organization for over 35 years & is extremely supportive not only to the Senior Center, but also to the Town of Hudson. The Friends also hold monthly meetings, open to the public, on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:00 AM at the Senior Center. Get involved, work with great people & have fun while doing so!
Our COA Board,
Diane Durand, Chair
Vinny Giombetti, Vice-Chair
Nina Smith, Treasurer
Tony Monteiro, Secretary