The Bourne Senior Center is open five (5) days a week
from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
The Bourne Council on Aging was established by the Town of Bourne in 1969 in accordance with Chapter 40, Section 8B of the Massachusetts General Laws to plan, develop, implement and provide programs and services that enhance the quality of life for residents of Bourne who have reached their 60th year of age and to advocate for programs and services that support seniors.
Further, the COA will promote the well-being of Bourne residents of any age, by acting as the Human Services Agency for the Town of Bourne.
Council on Aging programs are funded by the Town of Bourne, Executive Office of Elder Affairs, Title III Grants and through the Support of Volunteers.
|Mary Fuller||Member (2019)|
|Elizabeth Songer||Member (2019)|
|Lorraine Young||Member (2019)|
|Kenneth Blanchard||Member (2020)|
|James J Coughlin||Member (2020)|
|Sharon "Sherry" Tucker-Brown||Member (2020)|
|Sandra M. Barnard||Member (2021)|
|Marilyn A. Jackson||Member (2021)|
|Geraldine J. Parham Andos||Member (2021)|