Randolph County Senior Adults Association is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3)organization, serving Randolph County since 1975. It is an organization of individuals who are interested in improving the quality of life for Randolph County residents who are 50 years of age and older, and in serving as advocates on their behalf.
Operating four senior centers located in Asheboro, Archdale, Liberty, and Randleman, they provide more than 26,000 congregate meals for nearly 250 seniors in Randolph County and serve close to 70,000 home-delivered meals to 400-plus home-bound seniors. These four centers combined average 5,000 activities each year. This includes parties, line dancing, bingo, quilting, baseball tickets, senior games, crafts, and exercise classes.
Regional Coordinated Area Transportation System (RCATS) in Randolph County provides transportation for thousands of trips for seniors and the general public. Nearly 900 disabled and elderly riders contribute to an average of 58,800 additional trips in the county.
Martha Ogburn, Executive Director