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Senior Center board decides to keep age limit at 55
Behring Senior Center will continue to keep its age limit for participation at 55 years old the Monroe Senior Citizens Board voted unanimously Thursday. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - The Monroe Senior Citizens Board is keeping it 55. In a review of its policy, the board voted unanimously Thursday to keep its age limit for participation at the center and in its activities at 55 years old, even if it means turning away extra business. Board members said they had heard from too many seniors intent on the center retaining its current age limit.