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The John H. Dickerson Community Center is located at 308 South Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Once Campbell Street High School, the center is named for the school's former principal, who spearheaded the efforts to transform the building into a community center. In addition to recreational facilities, the building hosts the Boys and Girls Club and The Dynamic Dickerson Senior Oasis meetings weekly.
The Midtown Cultural and Educational Center is located at 925 George W. Engram Boulevard. This facility boasts a gymnasium, indoor pickleball and basketball courts, a music and recording studio, parent and tots' gymnastics, computer lab, an art studio and a dance studio. It also houses the Sensational Senior Oasis weekly meetings. This venue has kitchen space available for event rentals and can hold over 350 people.
The Peggy Schnebly Recreation Center is located at 1101 North Atlantic Avenue. The activities at this center include an array of senior exercise classes, ballroom dancing, writer's group, arts and crafts, quilting, computers, fitness and a game room. The facility hosts The Young at Heart Senior Oasis monthly luncheon and field trips. It also houses outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball and two new pickleball courts. Hosting an Annual Quality of Life Health Fair, in addition, and five dance parties per year for YAC for individuals with disabilities, this center has become a hub for socializing in the community.
The Yvonne Scarlett Golden Cultural and Educational Center is located at 1000 Vine Street. This picturesque facility hosts quarterly art exhibits. In addition to maintaining a library, gym, theater and photography studio, the center also offers many other recreational options. The facility serves as a meeting place for the Golden Senior Oasis, a senior citizens group. The group hosts movies and guest speakers once a week. They also sponsor events, such as overnight travel trips. Other activities include board games, a game room and educational programs of interest to seniors.
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