Learn What Is Happening at the COA

The Billerica Council on Aging is the primary resource for aging services in the town.  

There are two ways to learn about what is happening at the Senior Center.
  • The COA's monthly newsletter 'The Outlook'
  • Our Activities flyer
The Outlook


The monthly COA newsletter 'The Outlook' provides dates and times of all programs and activities.  Some programs are free, some are fee-based, and some are by appointment only. 

For more information about our programs, activities and services, check The Outlook and our Activities Flyer

                Kay and Jerry Johnson -  Seniors of the Year 2018    

The Friends of the Billerica Council on Aging and the Billerica COA are pleased to announce that Kay and Jerry Johnson have been selected as co-Senior of the Year for 2018. 

They will be honored along with nominees Maureen Clotz and Robert Kinsman at the 12th Annual Senior of the Year Awards Banquet on Friday, May 4, 2018 at the Billerica Lodge of Elks. 

Kay and Jerry Johnson

Kay and Jerry are long-time residents of Billerica and tireless volunteers in the community.  Kay has been an active member of the Billerica Garden Club for more than 20 years and served as the Club’s President for two years.  Kay has conducted a wide variety of programs, sharing her considerable design talent with the Garden Club members.  Kay also contributes her talents to the Holiday Festival, Billerica Historical Society and many others.

For seven years now, Kay and Jerry have co-managed the Billerica Farmer’s Market which they help to found.  “Whatever Kay is involved in; Jerry is close, side by side in full support” according to the individual who nominated the two for this honor. Jerry also coordinated with the Merrimack Valley Food Bank to pick up 16K pounds of food donations last year from the market farmers.  Together, Kay and Jerry have donated hundreds of hours to better their community.

Maureen Clotz and Robert Kinsman were also nominated. Maureen is a familiar face at the Billerica Senior Center.  She has been a volunteer driver, taking seniors to medical appointments for the past ten years. She also helps to run the Senior Center Gift Shop.  For two years, Maureen has volunteered at eNable, a student volunteer organization at UMASS Lowell that designs and 3D prints prosthetic devices for children at no cost.

Robert Kinsman is long-time community volunteer.   He is active in the Billerica Lions Club, the Billerica COA, The Billerica Historical Society, The Disabled American Veterans and Habitat for Humanity. His nominator described him as “the go to guy” if you want to get something done.

Tickets for the banquet, on May 4th at the Billerica Lodge of Elks are $20. and can be purchased at the Billerica Senior Center.  For more information, call (978)671-0916.