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Commission on Elder Affairs

Commission on Elder Affairs
Fifteen (15) Members - View Members
EXECUTIVE - What Does It Mean?
Three (3) Years; Expires Oct. 31

Meet approximately 9 times per year - 4th Monday at 4 p.m.

Board/Commission Duties

Broad oversight over the Worcester Senior Center; review and recommend allocations of program funding; make recommendations on elder issues; work closely with staff to support operations and outreach.

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Member Responsibilities

Active participation in meetings; become knowledgeable about the Senior Center and elder issues, making recommendations when needed; serve on Senior Center sub-committee if appointed by the City Manager.

Member Skillset

Interest in improving the quality of life of seniors; ability to provide perspective reflecting Worcester's diverse community and/or health and human service delivery; willingness to maintain a professional, supportive relationship with Senior Center administrators.

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Worcester 311
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: 311
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