Network on Aging
Interested in serving on the Network on Aging? Fill out and send in the application. Members serve on the Bellevue Network on Aging for a term of two years with a monthly commitment of six to twelve hours per month. Members must live, work or serve older adults in Bellevue, and 51% of the group must be over 50 years of age. Applications are due October 3. Recruitment flyer
The Bellevue Network On Aging is dedicated to healthy aging in the community by promoting awareness of needs and resources that support older adults through life’s transitions.
The Bellevue Network on Aging supports the mission of Aging Services in Bellevue through effective and systematic outreach, regional collaboration and community involvement with a unified voice.
BNOA 2012-2013 Annual Report
- Effectively serve older adults in Bellevue
- Communicate older adult needs and provide a forum for that communication
- Strengthen community outreach to inform and connect older adults with the necessary resources
- Create a unified voice for older adults in Bellevue
- Create an environment that makes Bellevue a livable community where older adults have the ability to age in place. Bellevue is a great place to grow up and grow old.
- Gain respect and knowledge of older adults in Bellevue
- Set the standard in the region for older adult services through an Annual Forum of Regional Senior Services providers
- Create a regional approach to serving older adults
Eileen Rasnack, Chair – term ends December 2015
Beverly Hyden, Vice-Chair - term ends December 2015
Members whose terms end December 2014:
Bob Megargel - Liaison Member
Bill Merriman - Liaison Member
Members whose terms end December 2015:
Chris Strand - Liaison Member
Mary Watkins - Liaison Member
Terri Wilson - Liaison Member