“You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.” –Bob Marley

HBCOA 714.374.1524 • SENIOR CENTER IN CENTRAL PARK 714.536.5600

New info. THE SENIOR CENTER IS BEGINNING TO OPEN ITS DOORS!

“The Hoag Health and Wellness Pavilion is now open Monday – Friday. This unique fitness center welcomes members on a reservation basis. You may reserve your time by visiting hbsands.org. Outdoor classes have resumed at the Center. Zumba, Line Dancing and Tai Chi are taking place on the Center’s patio. Social Service including transportation, home delivered meals, care management are being provided. Meals on Wheel Orange County along with senior center staff distribute frozen meals on Tuesday from 11 am – noon. Please check the Outlook for updates. The Center plans to reopen in January for indoor classes, safety precautions will be in place.”

Covid-19 Info/Donate

Learn more about Covid-19 and how to stay safe. Also you can help your friends with a Covid-19 donation.
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Classes/HB Sands

Amidst the ever-changing nature of COVID-19, the Community Services Department has adopted new strategies to accept registrations given the changing landscape of recreational programming.
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Become a Member

Help support the HBCOA by becoming a member. All memberships includes a subscription to the Outlook newsletter to be renewed annually.
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Golf Tournament

Our 28th Annual On Course Golf Tournament took place on Friday October 2, 2020.
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Monthly Events

View our monthly events pages for ways to keep you involved and live your life to the fullest.
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Health & Wellness Tips

Learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle with exercise and a healthy diet can give your immune system a boost.
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Get Your Flu Shot

Help prevent the spread of the flu by getting your Flu Vaccine.
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Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels congregate lunch program has transitioned temporarily to a grab-and-go program to accommodate social distancing and safer health practices during the COVID19 viral outbreak.
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Please help make the HBCOA even better!

The HBCOA is a non-profit corporation. We exists solely to provide programs and services that are of public benefit. Often these programs and services are not otherwise provided by local, state, or federal entities.