The Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging (CMAAA) is seeking
Pulaski County residents interested in representing senior citizens to run for membership on the agency’s advocacy group. These volunteer positions are available for two-year terms as a Senator or Representative on the Silver-Haired Legislature (SHL), a statewide advocacy group for seniors.
Candidates must sign and submit a “Statement of Intent” form by Friday, April 27th. Candidate forms are available at:
Waynesville Senior Center, 1401A Ousley Rd., Waynesville, MO 65583, 573-774-2668 or Dixon Senior Center, 301 Old Y Road, Dixon, MO 65459, 573-759-6313 or Crocker Senior Center, 205 N. Commercial St., Crocker, MO 65452, 573-736-5405 or
Warren Senior Center, 202 E. Washington, Richland, MO 65556, 573-765-5414.
The annual elections are scheduled for Tuesday, May 15, 2018 and polling will occur at the senior centers.
CMAAA is a non-profit, private corporation serving people 60 years and older who live in one of 19 counties in Central Missouri. A 19-member board of directors governs with the assistance of a 19-member advisory council. With an annual budget of $9 million, CMAAA sponsors 30 senior centers and other programs for seniors. CMAAA derives support from volunteers, donations from program participants and government funding.
Interested individuals can contact Jean Leonatti, Chief Executive Officer.