The Council on Aging was established for the purpose of coordinating and carrying out programs designed to identify and meet the needs of Lakeville Residents 60 and Older.
Once Identified, it's our responsibility to inform our elders and the community of available services. Funding to meet these needs is provided by the Town and through various grants and donations. We also provide a welcoming setting to socialize and explore various volunteer opportunities.
CHAIRMAN: Kelly Conway, Director
VICE CHAIRMAN: Lori Fahey, Clerk
Robert Brady Susan Lynch, Clerk
Pat Bessette Chris Chausse, Van Driver
SECRETARY: Elizabeth Taylor, Van Driver
Margaret Gross Peter Chiuppi, Van Driver
Charlene Montleon Wilford Corey, Veteran's Agent
Rita Gouveia Ted Dellarrocco, Custodian & More
Catherine Sankus (Plus Many Volunteers)
LAKEVILLE COUNCIL ON AGING
The Lakeville Council on Aging is a Department of the Town and is supported by local, state, federal funds, as well as grants and donations. The Lakeville Council on Aging was created by a unanimous vote at Town Meeting on June 26, 1972. The vote included adoption of By-Laws in accordance with provision of Chapter 40, Section 8B of the Massachusetts General Laws. The Article provided for a 7 Member Council appointed by the board of Selectmen. At a special Town Meeting on October 6, 1986, the vote was to increase membership from 7 to 15 members..
We Would Love to Have You!
Linking Our Elders with Services and Programs
Lakeville Council on Aging