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Director of Senior Center Hopes for Larger Facility

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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- The boomers are booming, and the director of the Cache County Senior Citizen Center says that means he needs more space.

Tom Hogan says there isn't room for all of the center's variety of services. He says clients are having to get their toe nails clipped in the computer lab.

And as baby boomers continue to retire he suspects the crowding will continue.

Currently, the senior center serves about 1,300 residents, a 10 percent hike from the last year. And Hogan says if that continues, the center's clientele could jump to 5,000 by 2020.

Hogan says he loves that the center is filled with clients, but line dancing and sit aerobics classes recently had to be canceled to have space for a lecture on de-cluttering.

Information from: The Herald Journal

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