Garfield County Senior Programs
The Rifle Senior Center hosted the Garfield County Senior Program Volunteer Appreciation Banquet on Saturday, May 16. The 2015 Garfield County Council on Aging senior award winners are Bobbie Dungan, Mary Jane Hangs, and Bob Spuhler.
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The mission of Senior Programs is to enable independence, dignity, health and nutritional well-being of seniors and people with disabilities living in Garfield County.
The Garfield County Senior Programs consist of a nutrition program, a transportation program through Roaring Fork Transit Agency, and education and exercise classes through Well & Wise.
These programs are available through cooperative and financial efforts of: Garfield County Department of Human Services, the City of Rifle, Valley View Hospital, the NW Colorado Area Agency on Aging, Town of New Castle, Town of Parachute, Town of Silt, City of Glenwood Springs, Colorado Mountain College, Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, grants and client contributions.
Judy Martin, manager, 970-945-9191, ext. 3061
Debby Sutherland, program coordinator, 970-945-9191, ext. 3084
Barbara Peterson, Senior Services Aide, 970-945-9191, ext. 3005
Please call Joe Carpenter, Veterans Services, 970-625-9484