Find answers here to frequently asked questions about the Gene Lucas Community Center!
The Gene Lucas Community Center (GLC) is the home to ERV Community Center Foundation staff, The McLean Foundation offices, Fortuna Senior Center, and Humboldt Senior Resource Center (HSRC), Remi Vista, Inc. (counseling services), Reaching for Independence (RFI), First 5 Humboldt Playgroup, HSRC Nutrition Program and more. This facility is a vibrant place to come together for play, wellness and enrichment.
The 23,000 square foot building includes:
- Light exercise rooms
- Commercial kitchen
- Conference rooms
The GLC is located on the McLean campus which includes over a mile of walking trails, part ADA accessible and connect to Newburg Park. The trails run through seasonal wetlands that are home to a wide variety of wildlife.
Whom does the GLC serve?
The GLC serves growing demographics across all age groups of the community. Programming will be responsive to shifting trends and opportunities to grow and expand offerings.
The GLC is not limited to a specific age group and provides the space to community partners that offer a wide range of program options.
The GLC includes the Fortuna Senior Center. The Fortuna Senior Center (FSC) will continue to function primarily as an activity center with social activities such as cards, games, crafts, and much more. The FSC also offers referrals for transportation, meals on wheels, driving assistance, medical referrals, and at home care. The Humboldt Senior Resource Center hosts their nutrition program out of the GLC.
The GLC currently offers:
First 5 Playgroup- Tuesdays from 930-1130am
Conversational Spanish-Coming winter 2022!
Please look at our Community Partner Page for more information about other classes and activities at the GLC.
We are working on making the GLC avalible for public rentals. Please keep checking back!
The GLC offers 260 parking spaces on the campus. A four-way stop and left turn lane has been installed at the corner of Newburg and Rohnerville Roads. For pedestrians, an ADA compliant public access trail connects Newburg Park to the campus.