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Event celebrates the completion of recent renovations


Forsyth County Senior Services will host an open house and ice cream social Tuesday, August 29, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Sexton Hall Enrichment Center to celebrate the center’s recently completed renovations.


During the free event, attendees will have the opportunity to meet instructors and staff, tour the updated space, learn about upcoming programming and events, and enjoy ice cream sundaes, entertainment and prizes.


“We are so excited to show off our improved space to the public,” said Senior Services Director Ruthie Brew. “Sexton Hall Enrichment Center has so much to offer our residents 50 and over – from dances and weekly games of Bridge, to Zumba and ceramics.”


For planning purposes, an RSVP is requested by Friday, August 25, by calling (770) 781-2178. Sexton Hall Enrichment Center is located adjacent to Sharon Springs Park at 2115 Chloe Road in Cumming. For more information on Forsyth County Senior Services, visit


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