EMC Senior Center
Serving Montgomery County Seniors age 60 and up.
Contact & Hours
- Open 8 am – 3 pm M-Th
- Open 8 am – 12 pm Fri
Lunch & Bingo
- Lunch at 11:30 am
- BINGO 12pm Tues & Thurs
The East Montgomery County Senior Center is housed in a Montgomery County-owned facility and staffed by friendly County employees. We welcome with open arms ALL local senior citizens, age 60 and older to join us daily for meals – continental-style breakfast and affordable hot lunches as delivered through our partnership with Meals on Wheels Montgomery County.
In addition to our meal programs, we are happy to offer other activities such as: puzzles, board games, dominoes, computer games, and an extensive library of donated books for your enjoyment.
Please join us every Tuesday and Thursday to play bingo and win prizes that include various household items/supplies and non-perishable foods to take home to help stock your pantry.
Donated breads, pastries and cakes are also often available thanks to local merchants.
Further occasional activities include monthly birthday recognition, holiday celebrations, quarterly field trips to other area community centers and local attractions, and many other annual gatherings.
Participant Rules of Conduct
In order to provide a comfortable and welcoming center for all of our participants, we ask that senior center participants adhere to the following rules of conduct:
- Center participants will demonstrate good personal hygiene.
- Participants will demonstrate polite behavior to all other participants, staff, volunteers, visitors, and speakers.
- Foul language or profanity will not be tolerated.
- Aggressive or physically abusive behavior will not be tolerated.
- Alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs will not be used in the building or on the grounds.
- Firearms or weapons will not be brought onto property.
- The property of the center, of participants, and of visitors will not be abused, misused or stolen.
- Participants will adhere to MOWMC agency policies and procedures.
Corrective actions that will be taken for violations of the standards of conduct may include one or more of the following:
The activity coordinator will give a warning to a participant who has violated program rules or agency policy.
If a participant ignores warnings, the activity coordinator may recommend suspension for a single or repeat occurrence of offenses. The activity coordinator may also recommend suspension for matters that are considered a more serious violation of consumer misconduct.
If a participant fails to respond appropriately to corrective actions, The Senior Center may be forced to terminate that participant from the program.
Commissioner Matt Gray
21679 McCleskey Road
New Caney, TX 77357
281-577-8911 Senior Center Coordinator
Please do not call the Senior Center directly regarding weekend rentals.