Senior-CenterWelcome to the Lee County Council on Aging website. We provide recreational, educational and wellness activities for seniors age 50 and older. Founded as a non-profit organization in 1974, Lee County Council on Aging provides services and programs to Lee County seniors which help them to remain independent.
Our center, located in Dixon, IL, is a place where seniors can gather to meet friends for coffee, attend educational lectures or participate in fitness classes, interest clubs and games such as pool and cards.
For more information on these and other special events, contact the Lee County Senior Center at 815-288-9236 or Toll Free 855-407-9236.

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The Dixon High School Key Club helps LCCOA by providing help for events like our Luau, Chili Supper and Santa's Workshop. Now you can help the Key Club by donating blood and saving lives! Key Club is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Wednesday, July 12. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-RED-CROSS, visit www.redcrossblood.org or contact Dee Dee Cibu at Dixon High School - dcibu@dps170.org or 284-9511 ... See MoreSee Less

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The Dixon High School Key Club helps LCCOA by providing help for events like our Luau, Chili Supper and Santas Workshop. Now you can help the Key Club by donating blood and saving lives! Key Club is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Wednesday, July 12. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-RED-CROSS, visit www.redcrossblood.org or contact Dee Dee Cibu at Dixon High School - dcibu@dps170.org or 284-9511

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Having fun at the Community Picnic. Still some food left. ๐Ÿ™‚ ... See MoreSee Less

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Having fun at the Community Picnic. Still some food left. :)

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Where's the Wienermobile, Geoff?

Get you tickets now. Proceeds from this event benefit Lee County Council on Aging and the Kreider Alliance.Who's who at this year's Petunia City Brass? This time featuring the 7th Regiment, from New London, CT.

Founded in 2002 by the Surfers Alumni Association, 7th Regiment takes its name from the last Civil War unit to leave Fort Trumbull in the corpsโ€™ hometown. After first competing in 2003, โ€œ7Rโ€ has been an Open Class finalist each year since 2009 and is the current two-time defending DCI DrumLine Battle Champion. 7th Regiment proudly represents the local community in New London and the state of Connecticut.

Tickets for this year's Petunia City Brass at Oregon HS August 2 are on sale now at Venier's Jewelers, the Post House Community Center and Kreider Services in Dixon and, in Oregon, at the Rock River Center.

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Community Picnic is this Wednesday! ... See MoreSee Less

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Community Picnic is this Wednesday!
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