Exeter Senior Center Reopens for Business


Last updated 5/2/2024 at 6:14pm | View PDF

Attending the Exeter Senior Center reopening were left to right: Robert Silveira, Lindsay Senior Center site lead, CSET; Jerel Dutton, assistant director, Senior Services, CSET; Tulare County Supervisor Chair Larry Micari; Dayna Wild, director, Kings/Tulare Area Agency on Aging (K/T AAA); Benny Rodriguez, Exeter Senior Center site lead, CSET; Risë VanTichelt, Adult Services unit manager, K/T AAA & Veteran's Services; Mary Alice Escarsega-Fechne, executive director, CSET; and Raquel Gomez, division director, Community Initiatives, CSET.

The Exeter Senior Center has been reopened by Community Services Employment Training (CSET), which manages the center and seven others in Tulare County.

The center, which reopened its doors on April 22, held an open house featuring coffee, tea and pastries during the morning event. Located at 301 S E Street in Exeter, the Exeter Senior Center will be open from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm on weekdays and will provide seniors with programming and nutrition services. The calendar of events for the Center includes card games, use of the pool table, and bingo.

The Exeter Senior Center was closed due to COVID-19 in March 2020 when all eight senior centers were closed indefinitely. With the opening of the Exeter location, all but the Goshen Senior Center are fully functioning once again. CSET staff has said the Goshen location will reopened once staff has been hired to operate the center.

Lunch at the Exeter Senior Center will be provided daily to those ages 60 and older at 11:30 am. CSET requests those interested in nutrition services RSVP by calling 800-321-2462. For additional information, log onto http://www.CSET.org/senior-services or email CSETseniorservices@cset.org.


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