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Directions to Senior Center

From Providence:

  1. Take Route 95 North to Exit 27 (Downtown Pawtucket)
  2. Continue on Pearl Street
  3. Take your second left at the traffic light onto Pine Street
  4. Follow to your third light and take a right onto Main Street
  5. Go one block and take a right onto Hill Street
  6. Take a left into the parking lot
  7. This is the parking area for Leon Mathieu Senior Center and
  8. New Horizons Adult Day Care Center
  9. There is access to the Senior Center from this parking lot

From Massachusetts:

  1. Take Route 95 South to Exit 27
  2. Take a right at the first light by the Comfort Inn
  3. Continue on Park Place to your first stop sign
  4. Take a left at the stop sign; continue through the first traffic light
  5. Leon Mathieu Senior Center is one block on your left
  6. Take a left onto Hill Street and take a left into the parking lot
  7. There is access to the Senior Center from this parking lot

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