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Montville Senior Center
12 Maple Ave, Uncasville, CT 06382

Kathleen Doherty-Peck, the director of the senior center and of social services for Montville, says the center servesMore more than 500 seniors every week.

The center offers free programs, transportation and activities for the seniors. Health programs and exercise classes include dance, pilates and yoga. Transportation to and from the center is available and free.

There is also transportation to the New London-Waterford area, to Norwich and around the town of Montville for shopping and other activities; on Fridays there's a program of special trips to new and different spots in the region. There's also a program to take seniors to medical appointments, locally or long-distance.

The center does lots of fund-raising and writes lots of grants and gets some money, as well, from the town.

Also available through the center are educational workshops, computer classes, food baskets and assistance with programs to help people with financial difficulties. These include rebates for renters, help with energy costs, food stamps, Medicare and more.

Help is also available for people with questions about managed care, living wills and similar issues.

Chicos
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville, CT 06382
Chicos is a retailer that specializes in apparel for the chic, elegant, fashion-loving ladies out there. With a focus onMore personal service, the staff is helpful, friendly and ready to help fill your closet with style. Here, you'll find sophisticated clothing for work and play (including easy, wrinkle free travel essentials), active wear and intimates, as well as jewelry and gifts. This is just one of the many fabulous shops located in the Mohegan Sun Casino.
Laurel-Lock Campgrounds
15 Cottage Rd, Oakdale, CT 06370
Family-owned and -operated for 94 years, Laurel Lock Campgrounds occupies more than 1,000 feet of shoreline on GardnerMore Lake in Oakdale. Surrounded by an abundance of laurel trees, Laurel Lock welcomes trailers, RVs and tents to its wooded sites. The grounds offfers two separate swimming beaches (one for families and one for adults only), a boat launch and dock, various sporting options, hay rides, bingo and a number of planned activities, so boredom is never an issue here. Free Wi-Fi in the rec hall allows for Internet access in the middle of the wilderness. The campgrounds are open May through September.