November 24, 2020
Seniors
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Two months after the fire which destroyed the town’s senior center at 55 Bay State Road, plans for a new facility are in the works. Alternative locations are being considered by the newly … more
On November 7th the Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club had a car parade for those members who turned 90 years old this year. Usually we have a dinner and entertainment for them but the virus changed that. … more
The Rehoboth Senior Club usually has a birthday celebration for our members who turn 90 in the current year. As we have a special situation with covid 19 we are planning on doing something different … more
The Rehoboth Senior Center could not be saved from a devastating fire on September 12, but the building’s legacy will remain alive.  The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State Road was … more
 A pair of local businesses have stepped in to help the Council on Aging following the September 12 fire which destroyed the Rehoboth Senior Center. The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State … more
The cause of the September 12 fire which decimated the Rehoboth Senior Center remains unknown. The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State Road was deemed a total loss. Only the front portico remains … more
We are going through troublesome times right now, and the loss of our senior center has amplified the situation in which we find ourselves. Because of the COVID virus, we have not met as a group for … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are working to find a new location to house the Council on Aging staff following Saturday’s devastating fire at the Senior Center. The $1.4 million facility at … more
The town’s Senior Center caught fire late Saturday afternoon and burned to the ground, despite the best efforts of the Rehoboth Fire Department. Residents who were walking by the building at 55 … more
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