senior center Serving Eastern Miami County from State Line to Somerset Road
504 S Metcalf Rd., Louisburg, KS (913) 837-5113

The Louisburg Senior Center is a non-profit organization whose goal is to enhance and enrich the lives of older people, to help them remain in the mainstream of community and civic affairs and to maintain independent living in their own homes. Our comprehensive programs and our various weekly activities contribute to this goal.



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Are You a Senior Citizen?

You are considered to be a Senior Citizen when either you or your spouse becomes sixty years of age; however, no one is denied service because of age. All are invited to any activities that are scheduled.


MEAL PROGRAM

lunchCongregate meals are served at noon, Monday-Friday at the Center. Please call before 1:00 p.m. the day before you want to come.  Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance.

Arrangements can be made to deliver meals to homes each day.

Breakfast and frozen meals are also available for the homebound.

Meals are on a free-will donation basis. A $3.50 donation is suggested. If you are under 60, a charge of $6 per meal is made (unless your spouse is 60).

The menu for February 17-28

  • February 17* - Swiss Steak, Au Gratin Potatoes, Green Beans w/red peppers, French Roll, Mandarin Oranges
  • February 18- Hamburger, Sweet Potato Wedges, Baked Beans, Wheat Bun, Mixed Fruit
  • February 19* - Birthday Day - Chicken Fried Chicken, Whipped Potatoes/Gravy, Calico Corn, Wheat Bun, Cake, Ice Cream
  • February 20 - BBQ Pork Ribette, Baked Potato, Diced Carrots, Hoagie Bun, Peaches
  • February 21 - Tuna Casserole, Zucchini/Tomatoes, Bagel, Tropical Mixed Fruit, Cookie
  • February 24 - Goulash, Corn, French Roll, Rosy Applesauce, Graham Crackers
  • February 25 - BBQ Pulled Pork, Macaroni/Cheese, Faw Vegetable Salad, Wheat Bun, Pineapple
  • February 26 - Turkey/Noodles, Stuffing, Green Beans w/red peppers, Wheat Roll, Pumpkin Bar
  • February 27* - Baked Sliced Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Broccoli/Cauliflower, Wheat Bread, Tropical Mixed Fruit
  • February 28 - Smothered Steak/Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Sliced Peaches, Wheat Roll, Cookie
Note: Meals with an asterisk by the date have more than 1200 mg of sodium; All meals served with 1% milk; All jello is low sugar

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM

Transportation is available around Louisburg and Miami County. Out of county trips are scheduled as transportation is available. Transportation is provided to and from the meal site as needed.

General Public Transportation is NOT limited to senior citizens. Persons of any age can use this service. A fee is required.

  • Trips inside city limits: $4
  • Trips outside city limits (in Miami County): $6
  • Trips outside of Miami County: $25
  • All trips are considered round-trip. Should any additional stops be desired, there will be an additional charge of $2 for each extra brief stop in route.

Appointments must be scheduled through the dispatcher at the senior center 24 hours in advance of your appointment (913-837-5113) if possible. Dispatch hours are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday. The Center is closed on holidays.

Service is provided on a "first come -- first served" basis. ADA accessible transportation with wheelchair accommodation is available.

The Public Transportation Program is governed by Title VI and administered through the Kansas Department of Transportation.

We do not discriminate on the basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, Religion, Age, Disability or Veteran or Income Status in employment, procurement or provision of services.


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Center Hours

Monday-Friday
8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
Closed Holidays

Regular Programs


Special Events

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Other Services


Volunteers

We depend on volunteers to deliver meals, lead programs and provide entertainment.

Funding

Use of the LOUISBURG SENIOR CENTER

Persons who live in the Louisburg Service area may arrange to use the Center during hours when the Center is closed. Contact the Center Director, Rhonda Kerr, 913-837-5113 for details and rules governing the use of the Center.

Policy and Governance

The Center is governed by a constitution, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and a Code of Ethics. The Board of Directors consists of seven members from whom the officers are elected. Board terms consist of three years and a Board Member can serve more than one consecutive term.

Current Board Members