Council fills seats on the Senior Commission on Aging

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The Winters City Council appointed two new members of the Winters Senior Commission on Aging at their Dec. 1 regular City Council meeting.

Dawn Van Dyke was appointed as a Commissioner and Valerie Whitworth was appointed as the First Alternate.

The two seats were left vacant after former appointees resigned for various reasons since it’s inception last year.

The Winters Senior Commission on Aging was established in 2019 with seven members and two alternates to offer support and recommendations to the City Council related to the senior community in Winters.

The senior community, those in the 50 years of age and over, represents 64 percent of the population in the City of Winters.

The December 2020 Winters Senior Commission on Aging was cancelled. The next regular scheduled meeting is for Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. 

Their regular meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Meeting information is available online at

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