EASTON — The Talbot County Commission on Aging will host a free legislative forum and town hall, “How to Make Talbot County a Livable Community for Seniors,” from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Talbot County Senior Center, 400 Brookletts Ave., Easton.

The town hall will be moderated by Talbot County Council President Corey Pack. State Sen. Addie Eckardt, R-37-Mid-Shore; Del. Johnny Mautz, R-37B-Talbot; and Del. Chris Adams, R-37B-Wicomico, will be on hand to discuss issues and concerns about aging well in Talbot County.

“The Commission on Aging is trying to find out what Talbot County residents feel are the real needs around aging in the County so that we can advocate for these needs,” commission member Lee Newcomb said.

Participants are encouraged to visit the Talbot County Commission on Aging website talbotsenior.com, to submit concerns they feel affect seniors, as well as to submit topics on aging that Maryland legislators need to address in the 2019-2020 legislative session.

The Talbot Commission on Aging was established in 2003 to advise the Talbot County Council on issues affecting seniors and to advocate for change. The vision of the Commission is to enhance the quality of life for all seniors in Talbot County.

Current members of the commission are Lauren Harding, Jenna Marchi, Julie Crocker, Amie Denayer, Lee Newcomb, Marion Donahue, Lee Yerkes, Kate Stinton, Vivian Dodge, Cindy Bach, Johanna Norris, Jennifer Pierson, Irma Toce and Wynne Aroom.

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