Seymour Community Center plans busy future



Amy Anderson Miller wants the Seymour Community Center to live up to its name.

As the new activities director, she is working to breathe life into the downtown center, which houses the Seniors 107 Club and serves as a free daily meal site for seniors.

In the month she has been in the position, Miller has added daily and monthly activities, trips and programs, hoping to attract more people 55 and older.

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