Lunch is served daily, Monday through Friday at 12 noon at the Senior Center.
Please call 2 days in advance for reservations.
The West Boylston Council on Aging is a human service department of the town, which serves the needs and issues of West Boylston seniors, age 60 and over, or families with senior issues.
The Council on Aging offers a range of programs, services and activities, such as: transportation, information and referral, durable medical equipment exchange, medical screenings, free legal and financial clinics, SHINE, fuel assistance, Meals on Wheels, daily lunch, exercise classes, computer lab, billiards, Bingo, Wii Bowling, art classes, card groups, social groups, special events and trips.
The department receives funding by local tax dollars appropriated at the Annual Town Meeting. The Friends of the West Boylston Council on Aging is the fundraising arm of the organization that can also supplement the department’s budget and offer other support. Donations that are received go through the Friends organization and allow the Senior Center to mail the monthly newsletter, purchase equipment and pay for other special events or needs.
The West Boylston Council on Aging also works with other agencies such as Elder Services of Worcester, Central Mass Agency on Aging, and The Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
|Lisa Clark Viklund||Director||(508) 835-6916|
|Judy Conroy||Clerk||(508) 835-6916|
|Doris Johnson||Dining Room Manager|
|Ken Hoss||Van Driver|
|Robert Barrell, Jr. MPA||Van Driver|