Senior Citizen Center – Programing & Resources

Wickliffe Senior Program

Hours:  8:00 am-4:00 pm * 900 Worden Road, Wickliffe 44092  *  PHONE: (440)373-5015  
GERRI HUBBELL – Senior Center Director

Monthly Wickliffe Senior Program Newsletter:  MayNewsletter2023

Click on the calendar for this month: MAY 2023 Calendar

Becoming a Member of the Senior Center

Anyone age 55 & over may become a member

Wickliffe resident $5

Non-residents $10 per year.

Membership is required for daytime activities, classes and programs.

Facilities include: fitness room, craft room, exercise class rooms, large dining area, dance room, billiard room and more!

Activities for every interest:

Weekday Lunch Program

Weekly Card Groups

Arts and Craft Classes

Visiting Podiatrist

Book Club


Guest Speakers/Senior Topics

Holiday Themed Events

Wii Bowling


Themed Bingo Events

Meditation Class

Special Lunch Trips

Exercise Classes (Chair Yoga, Dance Class, Line Dancing, Clogging)

Opportunities to volunteer and be involved as much you like! Information on how to get started, please contact Gerri Hubbell at 440-373-5015 or email: [email protected]

                                   Car Show Registration Form: HERE!


Monday through Friday at 11:30 AM at the Wickliffe Community Center. Cost is $1.50 for those 60 years old and over. Call Nutritionist, Joe Green for a reservation at (440) 373-5017 one week in advance.

Meals-on-Wheels are available to Lake County Seniors 60 and over who are handicapped or housebound through the Lake County Council on Aging.

Sign up by dialing “2-1-1”; Monday through Sunday from 8:30AM-5:00PM or call Council on Aging at 440-205-8111/ Monday through Friday from 8:30AM-4:30PM.

Wickliffe Senior Resident Bus Service/Dial-a-Ride Bus Service

Designed to meet the transportation needs of residents 55 and over or residents with disabilities. A wheelchair lift is available. The bus operates on weekdays only.

For appointments, you are requested to make your reservations at least two days in advance. You must contact the Recreation Department before scheduling your appointments. Transit Coordinator: Timothy E. Stopp at the Wickliffe Recreation Department, (440) 943-7120

Wickliffe Public Library Homebound Services

Library material will be delivered to any Wickliffe resident who is unable to come into the library because of age, ill health or disability. The service can be on a temporary or permanent basis. All material formats can be included –  CDs, paperbacks, large-print books etc.

Contact Joanne Gilliam at the Wickliffe Library: (440) 944-6010  Wickliffe Public Library Web Site:

Health and Human Services Assistance

By dialing 2-1-1 or local numbers (440) 953-5465 or (800) 654-5465, you are connected to a person with vast knowledge of the health and human resources available in our Community. The information is free and confidential, 24 hours a day, every day. You can also visit their website at  A Lake County collaboration of resources with United Way, the Lake County Commissioners and the Lake County ADAMHS Board.

Engraved Brick Sale

The Wickliffe Senior Program is selling engraved bricks that will be placed around the flagpole in front of the Community Center. The bricks are a thoughtful gift for relatives, friends and neighbors. Bricks are $30.00 each and can be engraved as desired, up to three lines, 15 characters per line. A letter of acknowledgement is sent to the recipient, informing them of your generosity. For more information, call the Wickliffe Recreation Department 440-943-7120.  Brick Donation Form 

Wickliffe Senior Citizen Apron Snow Removal Program please click HERE! for application and guidelines.

Lake County Commissioners Vote for 25% Discount on Water & Sewer Bills for Low Income Senior Citizens. Find application and information at: