Aging Program Advisory Board
About the Board:
The purpose of the Advisory Board shall be to initiate and/or improve, and to promote the programs, opportunities, and services offered to senior adults through the Patrick Senior Center. The Advisory Board is responsible to the City of Kings Mountain and the Kings Mountain City Council. Responsibilities of the entire board are to make suggestions to the City Council with regard to new programs, classes, and services needed by senior adults, to promote participation in Senior Center activities through a variety of public relations methods, to review and evaluate the needs of senior adults to determine if the Senior Center or the Advisory Board can develop programs, activities or services to help meet these needs, to keep abreast of activities for senior adults throughout the community so they can keep participants informed of what is available, and to make recommendations to the City Council concerning staffing procedures, personnel and any other pertinent information regarding the Aging Program.
Regular meetings for this board will be held at least quarterly. These meetings will be held on the fourth Tuesday of the beginning of the quarter (July, October, January, April) at 12:00 Noon. Location of these meetings are at the Patrick Senior Center. If there is a conflict or problem with a particular meeting date, the date can be changed at the discretion of the President. Special meetings of the Advisory Board may be called at the request of the President or any two members.
Agenda & Minutes:
Membership on the Advisory Board shall be open to all persons who are interested in and concerned with the problems and well-being of older adults 60 years of age and over with 70% of the Advisory Board membership being 60 years old or over. The number of members shall not be less than twelve (12) and no more than seventeen (17) voting members. All persons who are interested in being a voting member of the Advisory Board should apply at City Hall or contact the Aging Program Director. Prospective members will be recommended to the Mayor by the Aging Program Director. The Mayor will then submit names to the Nominating Committee for consideration. After recommendation from the Mayor and approval of the Nominating Committee, the City Council shall approve the appointment of advisory members. Members of the Advisory Board shall serve for terms of three (3) years. One-third of the members shall be elected annually. After serving their initial term, members have the option to serve for a second consecutive term.
|Member Name||Position||Term Expires|
|Reverend William Thompson||President||July 2026|
|Carl Morrow||Vice-President||July 2024|
|Cathleen (Cass) Roberts||Secretary||July 2024|
|Mattie Adams||Member||July 2024|
|Regena Baynard||Member||July 2024|
|Janet Beani||Member||July 2025|
|Robin Gibson||Member||July 2026|
|Betty Grant||Member||July 2025|
|Janie McVay||Member||July 2024|
|Tamra J. Moody||Member||July 2024|
|Jancy Patrick||Member||July 2026|
|Evelyn Pressley||Member||July 2025|
|Sharon Proctor||Member||July 2025|
|Charles Stephens||Member||July 2025|
|Beth McDaniel||Member||July 2026|
|Lee Ann Long||Member||July 2026|