Mission Statement

The Posey County Council on Aging is a n0n-profit agency created for the
purpose of improving the life of older Americans. The primary objective
of the Agency is threefold:

1) To enable older adults to live in their homes as long as possible
with appropriate supportive services;

2) To remove individuals and social barriers to economic and personal
independence for older persons, including the provision of
opportunities for volunteer activities;

3) To act as an advocate of older persons in developing community resources for
the agingthroughout the Posey County area while providing a
comprehensive service network.

Each PCCA Center offers a variety of activities. Please check the
calendar for additional information.

The Posey County Council on Aging

Come Ride with Us!

Our service schedule runs Monday thru Friday. If medical conditions warrant, additional
days and times are added. The trip destinations include: dialysis, treatment facilities,
medical, dental and eye doctor appointments; as well as hospital, cancer treatment
centers, and same day surgery centers. In addition, we transfer elderly and handi-
capped for our nutrition program, shopping, and other general errands.

Take a ride in the versatile vehicle that has been added to our fleet of vans!
This van will hold three wheelchairs or any combination totaling nine
passengers! INDOT has been very generous - along with grant money
from the Posey County Community Foundation!

Please schedule transportation in advance by calling: 838-4656 or 1-800-915-1919.
~ If you need a ride - Please call either of the above numbers ~


To maintain growth in the Posey County Council on Aging - we NEED your help!

Please fill out one of the forms in YOUR CENTER.
We need your name, address, month and date of your birth, and telephone number.

Let us know if there is a new member who wishes to be added to receive the
PCCA Newsletter or an e-mail address for him or her. Also, please let us know,
if anyone doesn't wish to receive a PCCA Newsletter.

~ DUES ARE DUE NOW~ Yearly dues is ONLY $5.00 and with Many Benefits!
Thanks to all who have paid their 2019 dues!

Dues for the Posey County Council on Aging gives you MUCH for YOUR MONEY!


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We have great exercise equipment!
Come try this out!

What Else Continues?

REMEMBER: When schools in Posey Co. are cancelled for inclement weather -
the Three Centers will Also Be Closed.

Senior Resource Guide of Southwest Indiana ~ Now online at: resources.swirca.org

Do you need Health Coverage?

Do you need help with Health Insurance Problems???
Call: 812-838- 4656

(For More Information ~ Check under Senior Resources)

10 Point to Know about


1. Mailing takes time
2. Distroy your old card
Guard your card
4. Your Medicare number is unique
5. Your new card is paper
6. Keep your new card with you
7. Your doctor knows it's coming
8. You can find your number
9. Keep your Medicare Advantage card
10. Help is available - if you haven't received
it by April 2019 - call: 1-800-MEDICARE

ALL centers will be closed on Monday, February 18th
for President's Day.

President's Day was originally established in 1885
in recognition of our first President George Washington.
It was so named after the 1971 Uniform Monday
Holiday Act, an atempt to create more
three-day weekends for the nation's workers.
Presidents Day now celebrates
ALL U.S.A. presidents - past and present.


~ Valentine's Day ~
Is a reminder to show appreciation and give thanks
to those people in our life who love us, support us,
and encourage us. Take the time to say
Thank You today and to tell them how much
you love them and how much they mean to you
not only today but all the year through.
~ Catherine Pulsifer ~


* Activities Calendar *

"Trip to the Tropicana "
.....None listed for February.....
Watch here for the next trip to the Casino!

Delicious Bean Supper
Friday, February 15
sponsored by the
Men's Breakfast Group
to benefit the
Posey County Council on Aging
There will be:
ham & beans, corn bread,
and dessert
for only $5.00!
Dine in or Carry-outs available
for the Ham and Bean Supper
Please call (812-838-4656) for reservations
~ NOTE ~
Get your $5.00 ticket to win one of the
45 donated raffle items and a chance for the drawing.
All items can be viewed in the Mt. Vernon Center.
Not necessary to be present to win!



Our next trip with Lifestyle Tours is to
San Antonio, Texas! Please book this
great, Christmas get-a-way by May 31st
and save $150 per person!

December 1 - 5, 2019

Come fly with us to San Antonio! Double occupany
is only $2,199. It will feature San Antonio' s historic
missions, River Walk restaurants and Spanish
architeture. A visit to the Alamo, will show
where men made the ultimate sacrifice for
freedom. Then see the LBJ Ranch, and the historic
King William District. We'll take a riverboat
Ride on the Paseo del Rio and much more.
This is another great, Lifestyle Tour.

Brochures are available!

There are three scheduled tours with Diamond Bus Tours
for this year! These trips are open to all adults, not
just senior citizens!

April 29th - May 4th

This 6 day, 5 night trip is only $639, double occupancy.
Reservations are presently being made!
This trip includes: Legends in Concert, Carolina Opry,
the musical "One the Show" and the Pure Magic Show.
There will be time to shop, visit the Boardwalk,
and so much more.

Brochures are available!

July 15th - 19th

This trip is only $535, double occupancy to explore
sizzlin' Chicago, enjoy a guided tour, enjoy a
skyline cruise on Lake Michigan and explore
the Museum of Science and Industry...
and much more!
Brochures are available!

September 30th - October 5th

This wonderful trip is only $595, double occupancy.
The trip includes visiting Philadelphia, experiencing the Amish
lifestyle, seeing the action packed musical JESUS, the Ovation Show
in the Amerian Music Theatre, and taking a guided tour
of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Several reservations have been turned rcceived for this trip.
Brochures are available!


Website page last updated: February, 2019

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Susan L. (Reynolds) Shoaff and Donald W. Shoaff