Council on Aging
The Rochester Council on Aging is made up of nine citizens of the Town of Rochester who are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. To qualify as a senior citizen you must be age 59 or over.
The COA meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:00 am.
The Director of the Rochester Council on Aging is Sharon Lally.
The Rochester Council on Aging consists of the following Rochester residents:
About the Rochester Council on Aging
Our beautiful new Rochester Council on Aging and Senior Center, located on Dexter Lane in Rochester, Massachusetts, was recently built (2003) and made possible by a Community Development Block Grant and the generosity of the citizens of the Town of Rochester. The FRIENDS of the Rochester Seniors provided funding to furnish the interior of the facility. We are so fortunate to have this lovely center for the programs and services for Rochesterís senior citizens!
We offer all types of information, programs, and services of interest to seniors at the Senior Center, and we look forward to serving you in some way, as we continue to grow and to move forward in our mission of meeting the needs and interests of all Rochester seniors and their families.
We welcome all of your ideas and your comments, and even your concerns. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!