About Club Sixty
Club Sixty is the brainchild of Team Senior Referral Services and made possible through a valued partnership with RVCOG's Senior Resource Center. It was originally inspired by the lack of a senior center in Grants Pass and the realization that the wealth of senior-related resources in the area weren't reaching as many seniors as they could. The Senior Center offers an opportunity to build new friendships, expand knowledge, explore new passions, and
gain access to services for those 60 and
over in the Rogue Valley.
* Look for Club Sixty VOLUNTEERS in their orange t-shirts!
Jamie, Founder and CEO of Team Senior Referral Services, is extremely dedicated to the well-being of Southern Oregon's older adult
population. She volunteers endless hours providing services to veterans, Alzheimer's patients and meaningful work like Club Sixty. As a recognized industry leader on aging and services available to older adults, Jamie is excited about bringing her knowledge to Club Sixty.
Lesslie is one of the most compassionate people in Southern Oregon. She was raised right here in Josephine County and came back to
raise her kids around 2010. Lesslie has been helping seniors in a number of ways over the last few years, with a focus on Medicare, pharmaceutical genetic DNA testing & assistance in identifying appropriate long-term care. She is a long-term care referral agent (independent contractor) and is registered with the Department of Human Services (DHS). Her DHS registration number is #1063.
Shiela is a true advocate, and is willing to go to bat for seniors and their families. She comes to the table with ten years of experience
assisting seniors with housing, home health and a vast understanding of resources available in Southern Oregon. Her reputation, kind heart, dedication and ability to get the job done speaks for itself! She is a long-term care referral agent (independent contractor) and is registered with the Department of Human Services (DHS). Her DHS registration number is #1061.
Robert has a demonstrated track record in superior business to business communication, marketing, research and analysis of
community needs. He has a genuine passion for tackling the long-term care industry and all of its challenges around quality care including outreach, events, statistical patterns and the evolution of this area as our baby-boomers age.
Tamara has been working with seniors since she was 14 years old in their family owned and operated business, Northridge Center. As a capable and
enthusiastic leader in long term care, wearing many hats from community service, administrator and activities director to bookkeeper, musician and owner of the first Grants Pass Adult Day Care, her degree in music and business serve our community well!
Corey is the owner of numerous businesses in Oregon with a focus on seniors, quality care and their longevity. He is recognized as
someone that thinks outside the box, not allowing the way that things have always been done to dictate how he operates. As a well respected advocate, business owner and employer, the senior resource center is honored to have his involvement.