City seeks members for Network on Aging

City seeks members for Network on Aging

About 21 percent of Bellevue’s residents are age 60 or older, with older adults projected to make up an even greater proportion of the population here over the next decade as baby boomers age. The city is recruiting two new members for the Bellevue Network on Aging, which supports healthy aging in our community.

The Network On Aging promotes awareness of needs and resources that support older adults through life’s transitions. The group advises the Parks & Community Services Department and supports the mission of Aging Services in Bellevue through outreach, regional collaboration and community involvement with a unified voice.

Members serve on the 15-member Network on Aging for a term of two years with a monthly commitment of six to 12 hours per month. Members must live, work or serve older adults in Bellevue, and 51 percent of the group must be over 50 years of age.

Applications for the group’s annual recruitment are due Friday, Sept. 28. Applications forms and information are available at Network on Aging and at Bellevue Aging Services office at the North Bellevue Community Center, 4063 148th Ave. NE. Interviews will take place in October.

For more information, please contact Community Services Supervisor Dan Lassiter, 425-452-4470 or dlassiter@bellevuewa.gov.  
Published on 08/30/2018
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