By Arnold Rose
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She reported that she had not been off her farm in five years because she thought most of her friends were gone, but that she wouldn't miss this meeting for anything. In a community of 105 people, the average attendance at senior citizens' meeting is 86; obviously, some 60 of these elderly people come from outside the community and even outside the county. A men's club in a community of less than a thousand donated twenty-five dollars to a newly formed senior citizens' club for its operation. After three meetings, the men's club asked if the senior group needed more financial assistance.
3) Individuals and organizations are enthusiastic in responding. Agencies and churches have moved more slowly. (4) Leisure-time activities can more easily be established in small communities than in large. Small communities identify more closely with the program, because the citizens know each other. One man explained it this way: "Why shouldn't we be concerned? " (5) A significantly higher percentage of older persons in rural areas takes part in group activities for their age group. In one community of 175 people the average attendance at the senior citizens' club meetings has been 30.
These officials did not necessarily share a common conviction about the right or responsibility of a governmental agency to provide service to those who are not voicing a need, so it became necessary not only to approach the commissioners as a group but also individually to explore and discuss their questions and reservations. The next step was to get in touch with each of the nominees for membership on the county committee to explain the project's purpose, the committee's responsibility, the degree of involvement required, and the expected contribution of each member.
Aging in Minnesota by Arnold Rose