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The Council on Aging of Clay County strives to provide the highest quality of service to our clients.  Please contact us if you feel that you or a loved one might benefit from one of the many services that we have available.  We will have you speak with a case manager to help determine if any of our programs might help to meet your needs. Our programs are for seniors age 60 and above. All of the services are available through private pay or limited financial assistance may be available. There is a small co-pay for some of the services and donations are always welcome.

We are reaching out to the community to attract more seniors to come to our Senior Centers.

We offer various activities, games, exercise, and interesting presentations. Nutritious meals are served at noon - This offers an opportunity to socialize and meet new friends.


Board of Directors 2017-2018

John Bowles, President

Elizabeth Peeples, Vice President

John Powers, Secretary

Greg Moorehead, Treasurer
 
Ron Coleman, Immediate Past Board President
 
Leslie Rickabaugh,Tina Bullock, Theresa Crockett, Rob Gaddy, Barbara Garner,
 Elsbeth Geiger, Sylvia Kinnear, Michael White, Wendell Davis & Lynn Elliott
 
Jerry Williams, Past President's Advisory Panel
Joan Bazley, Honorary Board Member
Dorothy Ann Carlton, Honorary Board Member
Norma Elliott, Honorary Board Member

Nancy E. Kemner, LL.M. - Ex-Officio Legal Counsel
Grady H. Williams, Jr., LL.M. - Ex-Officio Legal Counsel
Clayton E. Revels -- Lifetime Honorary Board Member in Memoriam

 
 
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