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Windy Hill On The Campus has been serving the senior population for over 30 years from its former addresses at the West York Church of the Brethren and from 2001 until 2013 in the Spring Grove Area Community Center in Spring Grove, PA.  In October 2013, the center opened in the former Spring Grove Area middle school building.  This move increased program space by over 12,000 square feet.  Windy Hill is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The area of service includes, but is not limited to, North Codorus, Paradise, Jackson, Heidelberg, West Manheim and West Manchester and Penn Townships, as well as the Boroughs of Spring Grove, Jefferson, New Salem Borough and Hanover.  Windy Hill also provides Home Delivered Meal Service (Meals on Wheels) to residents in the Spring Grove and Hanover communities.

The current membership is over 600 individuals ages 60 years and older.  The center offers daily social, educational and fitness programs in a variety of areas in addition to serving a hot nutritious meal at noon.  In addition, the center has a fitness room, which includes treadmills, elipticals, bikes and a universal system.  Most programs are provided free of charge, and there is no membership fee.  The meal is available to anyone with a reservation one day before.  There is no cost for the meal, however, a donation is recommended.  Rabbittransit also provides daily door-to-door service for older adults age 65 and older living in the Spring Grove and Hanover communities free of charge. A variety of other services are offered including tax preparation, PACE/PACENET application assistance and AARP Safe driver programs.   Funding for Windy Hill is provided through fundraisers, donations, sponsorships and through the York County Area Agency on Aging.