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About Us

Killarney Services For Seniors is dedicated to supporting seniors and the disabled individuals in the Municipality of Killarney-Turtle Mountain and area in their efforts to maintain their community living status. 

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Wenda Anderson
Coordinator

Wenda grew up on a farm east of Minto and moved to Killarney in 1981. She spent 15 years working at Tri Lake Health Centre she has also worked at Killarney Coop.

Wenda was hired by the Municipality of Killarney Turtle Mountain as the Coordinator for Killarney Services for Seniors in April of 2011. Since that time, she enjoys supporting seniors in the community by identifying existing resources, planning activities, developing new services and acts as a focal point for access of information and referrals.

She is definitely the “go to” person for seniors and their families. She works closely with volunteers and fee-for-service providers to help seniors maintain independence in the community. 

Wenda and her husband Brian were married in 1986. They raised their 3 sons in the community and are proud grandparents of 3 grandchildren. Wenda enjoys spending time with family and loves to entertain. Her hobbies include gardening, painting, painting pumpkins and diamond dot.

Wenda's Annual Garden Party
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Killarney Guide July 2023

We aim to ...

Help older people to be as well as they can be

Promote a positive view of ageing and later life

Tackle loneliness and isolation

Advisory Board

The 8 Advisory Board members bring their knowledge and expertise to assist the Coordinator in planning and directing the goals of Killarney Services For Seniors. The board members consist of seniors from the community and the board meetings are held bi-monthly September through June. The executive positions are Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary. All financial transactions are handled by the Municipality of Killarney Turtle Mountain.

We believe that every senior and disabled individual deserves to live with dignity and independence.

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