Wollaston Senior Center
AASA's Wollaston Senior Center was established in 1994 as a result of this mission and currently has a membership of 700 seniors to date. Wollaston Senior Center is open Monday through Friday in the morning and its programs include Qi-Gong classes, English classes, Chinese nutrition meals, social services, interpretation and translation, field trips, Chinese movies, games, blood pressure testing, festive celebrations and parties, video and literature library and educational seminars. Approximately 40 seniors visit Wollaston Senior Center daily. The existence and services of Wollaston Senior Center provides seniors with a consistent and welcoming place to turn to for their services and needs.
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Quincy Asian Family Outreach Program
AASA's Quincy Asian Family Outreach Program serves families in Quincy with at least one child under the age of four. This program consists of a newborn visiting program, English classes with childcare for parents, translation services, child care information and referral services and childcare educational seminars for Asian families who do not speak English.
AASA Badminton Club
AASA's Badminton Club meets on Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. This activity opens public for adults who are interested in this sport. At present, accumulate membership over 50 and the average per night is over 20. It includes men and women from different races' groups.