Promoting Healthy Aging
for over 50 years of age...
Leader Center for Active Life Strives to positively impact our community by promoting healthy aging through social engagement, physical and emotional wellbeing, civic engagement, creative offerings, and lifelong learning for those over 50 years of age.
The Leader Center for Active Life is a place for active adults in Hershey and surrounding communities, to enjoy fitness, educational opportunities, socialization, community service opportunities, and so much more. Stop by today to learn more about Dauphin County’s most active senior community center. Open to individuals 50 and over.
Research shows older adults who participate in senior center programs can learn to manage and delay the onset of chronic disease and experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual, emotional, mental, and economic well-being.
Today’s senior centers are reinventing themselves to meet the needs and desires of three generations of older adults. Baby Boomers now constitute more than two-thirds of the 50+ population. Senior centers are developing new programs and opportunities for this dynamic generation of older adults and have an eye towards the future with the leading age of Generation X turning 60 in 2025.
Volunteer with Us
At Leader Center for Active Life, volunteers are crucial to our success. Currently we have a dedicated group of nearly 125 people who help us in various positions at the Center. Nevertheless, we are always looking for good people to add to our volunteer base. If you are looking for a place to serve the community, please consider helping the Mohler Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
Leader Center for Active Life is a place for active seniors located in Hershey and surrounding . communities to enjoy fitness, educational programs, socialization, community service opportunities, and so much more. Stop by today to learn more about Dauphin County’s most active senior community center. Open to individuals 50 and over.
We are always looking for committed volunteers who would like to get involved. If you are looking for a place to serve the community, please consider one of these positions...
|Front Desk Receptionists:|
work a minimum of one 3 hour shift a month. We have front desk volunteers in our lobby for morning and afternoon shifts Monday through Friday.
| Volunteer Class Instructors: |
are a major contributor to the success of the center. Ballroom Dance, Line Dancing, Oil Painting, Strengthening with Sarah, Watercolor, Yoga, and many more are all taught by highly qualified volunteer instructors.
|Knitters and Crocheters:|
are tirelessly creating items for the Mohler Center and for charities in need. Recently they created 140 hats for a charity aimed at keeping underprivileged children warm.
work hard to create stuffed dolls and bears to donate to the children staying at the Children’s Hospital in Hershey.
|Monthly Social Volunteers:|
help us on a rotating schedule on the third Friday of each month. We have many different needs on this day such as helping to set-up, greeting, preparing food, waitressing, and cleaning-up.
|Special Event Committee Members:|
are made up of many people in various capacities depending on the special project we are promoting. Past committees have included 50’s dances, long range planning, growth, community outreach, and many more.
|Mohler Board of Directors:|
is an all volunteer organization that is elected annually. The Board meets once a month to discuss center operations and make decisions based on center needs. The Board of Directors consists of 16 men and women who have a passion for success at the Mohler Center.
| Administrative Volunteers:|
assist the staff on occasion with office duties such as mailings, phone calling, and light office work.
| AARP Volunteers:|
volunteer their time throughout the year to teach Safe Driving classes and prepare income taxes each year for free.
volunteers help the center as needed with maintenance such as kitchen cleaning, furniture repairs, and other facility needs.