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 Senior Services Senior Services Department
Gina Cristalli Marino 860-258-2786
Transportation Coordinator:
Charlene Mehr 860-258-2701
Clerical Assistant:
Cindy Krawciw
Shannon Marquardt
Mini-bus Drivers:
Bill Kelley Santiago Gil Dave Moore
       Are you 55 years old and interested in staying active and connected to your community? Become a member of the Rocky Hill Senior Center located in a new state of the art facility. Membership is complimentary for Rocky Hill residents and $20 per year for non-residents. Applications are located on the Town’s website, may be picked up at the Senior Center or mailed if requested. Staff will take your photo and issue key tags for membership identification. Meet new people, experience a wide variety of recreational activities and enhance your quality of life! Senior Center members pay a discounted fee for all programs.
  Lunch Program:
Served Monday–Friday, $4 members,
$10 non-members, must register 3 business days in advance before 10:00am, menu available online. Vegetarian options available. Lunch catered by Mitchell’s Restaurant.
The Café
Volunteers serve up complimentary coffee, tea, hot coco, hot spiced apple cider and ice water in the lobby café. Monday–Friday, 8:30am–2:00pm.
Fitness Center:
The Rocky Hill Senior Fitness Center offers individualized and medically based exercise programs for Senior Center Members.
Our equipment was selected based upon current scientific research and evaluation, and is designed to enhance cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and to help reduce the risk of injury. Each participant follows a program based upon safe exercise guidelines derived from their screening. Once a completed Application Packet is submitted with payment, an individual training session is scheduled with our personal trainer.
Hours of operation will be: Monday–Thursday, 8:00am–5:30pm Friday, 8:00am–4:30pm
Saturday 9:00am–12:00pm
Cost: $120 Annual; $80 Six Month; $50 Three Month.
Volunteer Opportunities:
If you are looking for a rewarding experience serving and enriching your community, volunteering at the Rocky Hill Senior / Community Center may be the right fit for you. Many of our seniors are actively engaged in our programs and deeply connected with our community. We offer a wide range of senior center volunteering opportunities, depending on your skills, experience, and interests. Volunteer Applications are available on our website and at the Center.
Transportation Services:
Rocky Hill transportation services are available to residents age 60 and older, or to any adult with a disability.
Transportation is provided to clients utilizing the following programs:
Rocky Hill Mini-Buses: Town Operated minibuses help clients get to medical appointments in Rocky Hill and Wethersfield, Monday thru Friday, and to appointments
in Hartford and Glastonbury on Mondays and Wednesdays. In addition, rides are provided to local grocery and department stores, banks, beauty salons, barber shops, restaurants, and Senior Center.
Ambassador Transportation: A tri-town state grant provides transportation to medical appointments throughout most of Hartford County. Service is “curb to curb.” Please
call 860-258-2701 for more information or to schedule a ride.
Health Services:
Hearing Screening
Free Screening is provided by Nova Hearing. Please call for an appointment.
Date: Thursdays, 12/8, 1/5, 2/2
Time: 1:00–3:00pm
Foot Care
Jessica Semmons, RN of Pedi-Care provides this service. Please call for an appointment and pay provider at time of visit.
Date: January 25 & February 22
Time: 9:00am–2:30pm Fee: $30
Home visit: $50
Healthy Choices Wellness Check
A retired Registered Nurse is on site to check blood pressures, review medications, and discuss health concerns. Drop in for a visit, no appointment needed.
Date: Mondays Time: 9:45–11:45am
Zoom Health Presentation
This presentations will be streamed through a Zoom meeting and presented by Lisa Coakley, Public Health Nurse and Health Educator, Betty Murphy. They will be open to the public as well. Please call to reserve your spot. Communicating with your Primary Care Provider
Date: Thursday, January 12 Time: 10:30am
Mind & Memory Caregiver Support Group
Join Mary Klatt of The Atrium for monthly discussions on types of dementia including Alzheimer’s, tips for handling behaviors,
and available support for caregivers. Complimentary boxed lunch provided by the Atrium of Rocky Hill. Please preregister by the preceding Friday.
Dates: Tuesdays, 1/17 & 2/21 Time: 12:00–1:00pm
Join LMT Connie Drake for a Therapeutic Massage with discounted senior rate.
Please call for a 15 min., 30 min. or one hour appointment and pay provider at time of visit. Dates: Wednesdays,12/7, 12/21 Fridays, 12/9 Time: 9:00am–2:00pm
Fee: 15 min $15, 30 min $25, 60 min $50 Reiki
Reiki is an ancient Japanese technique for relaxation and stress reduction that promotes healing. It is a gentle hands-on therapy that removes blocks which allows the flow of the energy in the body. It facilitates balance and support on all levels (physical, emotional, spiritual). When the energy flows in the body, it allows relaxation in which the body’s natural healing abilities are better utilized. Balancing the energy in our body can result in stress reduction; promote healing (physical and emotional); energize; revitalize and restore a sense of calm in our lives.

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