Council on Aging

Regular Meetings
  • 1:30 p.m.
  • 1st Wednesday
  • Saltmarsh Senior Center

Members

   
Tom McGlinn, Chairman
Term Expires: June 2020

Glenora Kelly Smith
Term Expires: June 2019

Colleen McLaughlin, Secretary
Term Expires: June 2018

Randy Wight
Term Expires: June 2020

Mary Anne Easley
Term Expires: June 2020

Kathleen Grieder
Term Expires: June 2018

Linda Williams
Term Expires: June 2018 

VACANT
Term Expires: June 2019 

Alison K. Forsgren, Vice Chairman
Term Expires: June 2019

About the Committee



The Saltmarsh Senior Center is the social and recreational place for active people 60 years and over to enjoy themselves. The council acts on behalf of elderly residents, 60 years and older. The council is responsible for addressing the needs of Nantucket elders. We provide programs for senior citizens that will enhance their quality of life; develop and carry out programs for them that encompass nutritional, educational, recreational, and social needs. We provide information and lectures regarding health care, legal services, social security and changes to federal and state laws which pertain to the elderly.
 
Council on Aging Board's Mission
  • Identify the total needs of the elderly population
  • Inform the community and enlist the support and participation of all citizens concerning these needs
  • Design, promote, or implement services for the elderly in the community
  • Promote and support other programs which are designed to assist the elderly in the community
Senior Citizens of the Year
  • Fran Karttunan
  • Ned Wight
About the Committee

The Saltmarsh Senior Center is the social and recreational place for active people 60 years and over to enjoy themselves. The council acts on behalf of elderly residents, 60 years and older. The council is responsible for addressing the needs of Nantucket elders. We provide programs for senior citizens that will enhance their quality of life; develop and carry out programs for them that encompass nutritional, educational, recreational, and social needs. We provide information and lectures regarding health care, legal services, social security and changes to federal and state laws which pertain to the elderly.
 
Council on Aging Board's Mission
  • Identify the total needs of the elderly population
  • Inform the community and enlist the support and participation of all citizens concerning these needs
  • Design, promote, or implement services for the elderly in the community
  • Promote and support other programs which are designed to assist the elderly in the community