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Aiken school district relaunches ‘Senior-itis’ with Golden Circle Club

September 1, 2018

Being a senior has its benefits, especially in Aiken County.

With fall athletic competitions underway, the Aiken County Public School District is excited to welcome even more seniors to get in on the action with the relaunch of its Golden Circle Club, a complimentary membership program open to county residents 60 years and older, according to a news release from the district.

Aiken County Public Schools’ Board of Trustees founded the Golden Circle Club in 1986 to strength community and school relationships, particularly with retirees.

The lifetime membership pass allows free admission into all school-sponsored events across the district, including athletic games, plays, concerts, musical programs and other events.

“School events offer a wonderful source of entertainment to patrons of all ages,” District Superintendent Dr. Sean Alford said. “We’re looking forward to welcoming an even greater number of seniors into our schools with the relaunch of this free membership program.”

Eligible residents can bring in a picture ID to Aiken County Public Schools’ District Office for a complimentary membership into The Golden Circle Club.

Jamborees, state championship playoffs and tournaments are excluded from the program; Golden Circle Club members will not be admitted free to those events.

For more information, visit acpsd.net, call 803-641-2428 or go to the district office at 1000 Brookhaven Drive in Aiken.

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