The AMLD Senior Activity Center is located at 12100 Millwright Parkway.
Please call 512-258-2444 for more information.
After nearly three years in existence, Anderson Mill Limited District's Senior Activity Center boasts a membership of over 100 active seniors from the neighborhood and surrounding communities! Senior Center Coordinator Greg Williams and Board Liaison Fred Grampp and all the members have helped to make the Center a welcoming and fun environment.
Monthly activity calendars include trips to varied destinations such as wineries and restaurants as well as weekly clubs and special interest group meetings. Copies of the Activity Calendar are available on-line and at the Senior Activity Center. Solicitations and Commercial activities of any kind are not permitted at the Senior Activity Center or on any AMLD property.
Resident: Any person that lives within the boundary line of Anderson Mill Limited District.
Proof of Residency is required to receive the resident rate. Click HERE for more information.
Non-Resident: Any person that does not live within the designated boundaries of Anderson Mill Limited District.
Special Interest Clubs
|Annual Membership Fee
|AMLD Resident Couple
This group gathers every other Friday to work on their art skills & projects in a quiet environment.
Come join us for Bingo every Thursd
ay for small cash prizes. Its pay to pl
.50 per card. Jackpot cart is additional $1.
The Dulicmer Club is going strong with the teachers joining in d
uring the summer months and our year round regulars practicing non stop. Scott & Mary Ann Hetrick led the club during its beginnings and now two other members, Helen and Bruce have taken on the chore of leading the group.
The Garden Club at Anderson Mill Senior Center is a small group of members who are inclined toward digging and planting. The group which was formed during the first fall season that the Senior Center was opened was immediately presented with the task of creating a pleasant entryway along the ramp. This endeavor was accomplished with the help of the Girl Scouts from the Purple Sage Elementary school. After we finished landscaping the area around our building, a work-share schedule was set up for the watering, weeding, pruning and other gardening chores. We now have a few seasons under our belts. The annual vines on the patio are going strong this summer and the herb garden is growing like crazy. The iris' this year have come back strong and the new planted flowers are blossoming and doing great.
Come join this group as they enjoy a light exercise program to keep fit.