Mayor Proclaims March for Meals Month!

February, 25th – The March for Meals campaign is underway and the community is invited to join in, contribute and celebrate to raise awareness for Meals on Wheels. Mayor John Engen officially proclaimed March for Meals Month in Missoula, with Missoula County Commissioners signing on also. Watch...

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MAS Volunteer Receives ServeMontana Award

February, 18th – Missoula Aging Services (MAS) volunteer Mary Olson was among the seven 2015 recipients of the ServeMontana awards given in Helena recently. The Governor’s Office of Community Service and the Montana Commission on Community Service present these awards annually to outstand...

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MAS Helps Older Adults with Tax Refund

February, 5th – You may not have to file federal or state income tax, but still qualify to receive a refund under the state's Elderly Homeowner/Renter Tax Credit. See the article in the Missoulian to find out if you may be eligible.

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Swindlers Targeting Seniors Could Face Stiffer Penalties

February, 3rd – State legislators are proposing increases in the penalties for criminals who financially abuse senior citizens. To see the NBC Montana story and interview with Missoula Aging Services CEO Susan Kohler, click here.

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Mountain Line Offers Zero Fare Bus Service

December, 23rd – Mountain Line begins its zero fare bus service January 6, along with other new services from Missoula’s community bus service which gets students to class, commuters to work and helps older Missoulians and people with disabilities remain mobile. The three-year zero fare d...

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MAS Volunteer Earns Award

December, 15th – Jackie Johnson, a RSVP volunteer at Missoula Aging Services (MAS), is part of a dynamic team of paid and non-paid staff that saved Missoula residents more than $500,000 last year on their Medicare Prescription Drug Plans. Serving as a Medicare Enrollment Specialist Volunteer is...

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KUFM Commentary

Missoula Aging Services CEO, Susan Kohler, was a regular commentator on KUFM about issues affecting older adults.

To read her final commentary online at the Montana Public Radio website, click here.

Missoulian "Booming" column

Each month an expert from our staff, governing board or a partner organization provides personal insight and information about a topic of interest to Baby Boomers. To read the most recent column about the benefits of UM's MOLLI program courses for older adults, click here.