Charlottesville's aquatic center also has dry multi-purpose rooms for fitness classes for all ages. The aquatic center (24,000 sq.ft., $11 million, LEED Platinum) shares a parcel with the Boys & Girls Club and the city middle school, making enhanced after-school and recreation programs available. It's not billed as a senior center, but some classes are designed for elders.Discussion/conference topics: Combining youth and elders' programming. You mentioned the elder day care --can the facility combine that needed service with child care, so the two groups can learn from and enjoy each other? Play benefits everyone's brain plasticity. Medical partnerships. Our newest community center will include a small clinic space for a nurse practioner and public health education, as well as some nonprofit counselors and healing arts experts. What local health resources could locate in your pool building to make it even better? There are wellness opportunities for City employees, too. Low-Impact Design for pools. LEED or not, what design features make a facility more usable, less expensive, and lower impact? You have tools for water treatment, heating, and insulation in the greenhouse-like architecture of a pool.Thanks for sharing!