About Us

The mission of the Wolfeboro Senior Center and Meals is to enrich the lives of seniors at an inclusive place that offers educational programs and informational events, recreational and well-being activities, and wholesome noontime meals. Our purpose is to make longer lives better lives by enhancing dignity, empowering and supporting independence, and encouraging involvement in a welcoming community.  


In 2010, the Wolfeboro Senior Center and meals began offering programs and lunchtime meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in the handicap-accessible parish hall of All Saints Episcopal Church on South Main Street in Wolfeboro, establishing itself as a place for area seniors to congregate for fun, fellowship, education and nutritious meals.

Incorporated on September 27, 2010 as a state of New Hampshire Nonprofit Corporation the Center received its 501c(3) federal non-profit designation in 2011.As a member of the New Hampshire Association of Senior Centers, the Wolfeboro Senior Center provides: social and recreational opportunities on a weekly basis; access to community and statewide information of senior resources; health, wellness and educational programming such as exercise classes, educational speakers, screenings and clinics; and a host of opportunities to socialize along with its noontime meal.

The Center is governed by a Board of Directors.  It employs a professional cook. a Program Coordinator. Volunteers serve meals and assist with programs and activities. Wolfeboro Senior Center& Meals is continually expanding its programs and offerings in order to achieve its mission and to meet the needs and desires of the local senior community.

                   BOARD OF DIRECTORS                       STAFF
  • Amy Capone Muccio, President Term expires 2019
  • Justin Chaffee, Vice President Term expires 2019
  • Mimi Lisbon, Secretary Term expires 2017
  • Susan Dean-Olson Term expires 2017
  • Eileen Gill Term expires 2017
  • Bob Champagne Term expires 2018
  • Jean Dolan Term expires 2018
  • Louise Graham Term expires 2019
  • Cook-Norma Lunney


The Wolfeboro Senior Center & Meals is funded primarily through an annual allocation from the Wolfeboro Town Budget. It has received grants from The Wolfeboro Fund, Ocean Bank, Meredith Village Savings Bank, and was the recipient of the Wolfeboro 2010 Festival of Trees. Additional contributions have come from the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire and local Wolfeboro churches. Some programs provided by outside instructors have fees. At the noon lunch, participants have the opportunity to make a donation of $3 for seniors over age 55 or $5 for those under 55.