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AARP–Plano Chapter meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. at the Plano Senior Center, 401 W. 16th St., in room Lonestar C. AARP is a voluntary non-partisan, nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of older Americans. For more information, call 972.422.1235, or visit, or visit

Collin County Area Regional Transit (CCART) provides many transit services for Plano seniors, including trips to the mall, library, beauty shop, grocery store, and more. Call the Collin County Committee on Aging at 972.562.4275 or visit

Geriatric Wellness Center of Collin County offers programs for seniors and caregivers on blood pressure screenings, diabetes, hearing loss, low–vision, and grief support, as well as free Medicare benefits counseling. Call 972.941.7335 or visit

Meals on Wheels of Collin County is a program by the Collin County Committee on Aging that provides meals for homebound seniors 60 and older. Call 972.562.6996 or visit

PALS (People with Active Lifestyles) is a group of fun-loving, active retirees who meet at 10 a.m. at St. Andrew United Methodist Church (5801 W. Plano Pkwy.) every Wednesday (except the first Wed. of the month), unless otherwise noted, for fellowship and fun. Call 972.380.8001.

Plano Senior Men’s Golf Association holds golf tournaments every Monday and Thursday mornings at Los Rios Country Club for seniors 55 and older. Call 972.422.8068 or visit

Seniors Active in Learning (SAIL) is an educational program for adults 55 years of age or better, offering classes, field trips, social events, and the Brown Bag Lunch lecture and entertainment series. For more information, visit

Senior Citizens Advisory Board meets quarterly on the first Thursday of January, April, July and October. Agendas are posted at the Plano Municipal Center and online at Call 972.941.7155.

Swinging Seniors bowl every Tueday at 1 p.m. at the Plano Super Bowl on Avenue K. Call the bowling alley at 972.424.5561 for details.

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