The Flushing Area Senior Center began meeting as a group of senior citizens in 1966. They met regularly at Central Elementary School. The group continued to grow under the leadership of Clara Darby and adopted Articles of Corporation in 1977.

In 1979 through the cooperation of the City of Flushing and Flushing Charter Township, grant funds, through the Community Development Block Grant program, were secured in order to purchase and   renovate the former Michigan Bell Telephone building, naming the facility the Clara Darby Building. In 1991, the former Duramold Company building adjacent to the senior Center was purchased; becoming the Senior/Library Annex.

The Non-Profit 501 c (3); receives a majority of its funding from the Genesee County Senior Service Millage. Funding is also provided by, grants, donations, memorials and membership contributions.

Monthly Board of Director's Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday at 7:00pm

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