During October 1975, a group of Perry Hall seniors with a vision formed a drop-in center. Baltimore County Department of Aging adopted this group and it was named the Perry Hall Senior Center. It operated as a three-day a week center located at the St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Perry Hall. In 1980, a group of Kingsville Seniors meeting weekly in the Kingsville Elementary School became part of Baltimore County’s Senior Center network. The club became Kingsville Senior Center. In July 1989, plans were developed to construct the Seven Courts Drive facility. On October 2, 1991, over 500 people gathered to observe the ribbon cutting of the new Seven Oaks Senior Center. Response was immediate as the two neighboring communities joined memberships and combined time and talents to lay the groundwork for today’s membership and community.
Energizing the Lives of Seniors in Perry Hall, MD
In 2008, Seven oaks expanded it's building to accommodate it's growing popularity and added a fitness center. The Fitness Center offers members a safe and senior friendly environment to improve their health and well being. Seven Oaks now averages 1,400 members a year.