The mission of the Norfolk Council on Aging is to serve as an advocate to ensure that the town’s seniors have the opportunity to live with independence, dignity and security.
2017 Chairman Jason Talerman 11 Chickadee Drive
2017 Secretary Charlotte Pfischner 5 Cleveland Street
2018 Janice Axberg 106 Seekonk Street
2017 Charlotte Howard 12 Hillcrest Village
2018 Richard Connors 30 Everett Street
2018 Thomas Mirabile 79 Fruit Street
2016 Peter Soltz 6 Old Mill Road
2016 Barbara Phyllips 41 Fruit Street
2016 Vice Chair Beth Vallee 16 Stop River Road
The Council on Aging meets on the third Monday of every month except in August. They meet at the Senior Center at 9:30am.
Christine Quinn, Executive Director
Gini Homer, Secretary
Ray Davis, Bus Driver
Jean Cotton, Outreach Worker
The Norfolk Council on Aging is a Town of Norfolk board organized under the Board of Selectmen's office to oversee services available to residents sixty years of age and over according to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Annotated Laws Chapter 40, Section 8B.
To identify the needs of the community's elder population and available resources to meet such needs. To educate the community at large in the needs of the elderly.
Things to Know
The Council on Aging provides various information, as well as transportation to doctors, shopping, meal sites, etc.
They also put out a monthly newsletter informing the local population about upcoming activities. Newsletter is on line or you will find it on www.seekandfind.com