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The Johnson County Board of Supervisors announces
up to six vacancies on the Livable Community for Successful Aging Policy Board.
The vacancies are for three-year terms beginning July 1, 2018 and expiring June 30, 2021. Completed applications due by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Read the
2018 news release
and learn more about the
Johnson County hires
Jeff Kellbach as Aging Specialist
to serve as a resource for the growing population of older adults in the County. Read more:
The Gazette (PDF)
Johnson County News Release
Meals on Wheels Seeks Volunteers: This program provides a hot meal daily to homebound older adults in Johnson County, and is seeking volunteers to deliver meals on a weekly basis from 10:45am to 1:00pm. Contact Dorene at 319-338-0515 or visit
is a website that answers all your questions about new car safety technologies that help you drive safer, since the world of driving safety is changing more rapidly than ever!
You can eat healthy and stick to a tight grocery budget: Check out the
Spend Smart. Eat Smart.
website, which provides great ideas on how to plan, shop, and cook to get the most out of your food dollars.
As Seniors Get Sicker, They're
More Likely To Drop Medicare Advantage Plans
State launches new program
to help low-income Iowans legally establish guardianships, conservatorships.
Livable Communities: View a slideshow
of features (such as walkability, places to gather, outdoor spaces) that make a city, town, or neighborhood a livable place for being 50-plus — or any age.
Get moving with your friends!
Create a buddy agreement for extra accountability.
(2018-Feb-23_Aging_Specialist_hired.pdf) Johnson County hires Jeff Kellbach as Aging Specialist to serve as a resource for the growing population of older adults in the County. Read more: The Gazette (PDF) , Daily Iowan, Johnson County News Release. 2018 February
Jeff Kellbach Johnson County Aging Specialist Hired (Cedar-Rapids-Gazette_2018-March-03)
(Jeff-Kellbach_Aging-Specialist_Cedar-Rapids-Gazette_2018-March-03.pdf) Johnson County hires Jeff Kellbach as Aging Specialist to serve as a resource for the growing population of older adults in the County. Read more: The Gazette (PDF) , Daily Iowan, Johnson County News Release. 2018 February
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