Renovated Sexton Hall Enrichment Center Now Open May 5, 2017 District 2, Photo, Senior Services Sexton Hall Enrichment Center Center began renovations in July 2016 Forsyth County’s Senior Services officially reopened Sexton Hall Enrichment Center, on Friday, May 5, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The renovated Sexton Hall Enrichment Center is located at 2115 Chloe Road, just off of Sharon Road between Peachtree Parkway and Old Atlanta Road. The renovation of Sexton Hall Enrichment Center was funded by the voter-approved Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) VI penny sales tax program. Improvements to the building include a new kitchen, room for a memory-support respite program, an updated entry with large canopy and automatic entrance, an art addition featuring a kiln room for a ceramics program, office and storage space, and additional bathrooms. “We are very excited to reopen this facility,” Director of Senior Services Ruthie Brew said. “The renovations made to the building, including the addition of an art wing, space for an outdoor garden and an enlarged kitchen, will allow us to better serve our seniors in the south portion of the county.” Sexton Hall Enrichment Center serves active adults ages 50+ and offers a variety of programming including art, music, continuing education, technology, fitness and leisure activities, as well as the recently added congregate and respite programs. Sexton Hall Enrichment Center is one of three Forsyth County Senior Services locations – the others are the Center at Charles Place, located at 595 Dahlonega, and the Hearthstone Lodge Community Center, located at 7305 Lanier Drive. PRAD Group, Inc. served as the architect for the renovation, and construction was awarded to Patriot Construction in the amount of $1,259,000. For additional information, call Senior Services at (770) 781-2178 or visit www.forsythco.com/seniors.