The board of the Danville-Boyle County Senior Citizens Center said "thank you, no." to a reorganization that, while it would have meant easier funding for some of its programs, would also have meant that the current board members would have to resign. That's what would have happened had the board changed its bylaws and become a public entity. Being public would have meant accepting board members from other than the center, and yes, easier money, but also a 51 percent of the board would have been made up of people who are not affiliated with the center. To that end, seniors voted no on Monday night, saying they'd leave well enough alone.