Website News Release
SILVER HAIRED LEGISLATURE ANNOUNCES NEW WEBSITE
The Kansas Silver Haired Legislature is pleased to announce the launch of their new website, <Kansas-shl.org>. The release of the website was announced by Jay Rowh, Mitchell County SHL delegate from Beloit, who also serves as the president of the state-wide organization. The SHL is a Senior Advocacy group, promoting Senior Issues to the Kansas Legislature, as well as giving Kansas Seniors a voice across the state.
The website gives a treasure-trove of information concerning the Silver Haired Legislature, including a complete roster of delegates, the By-Laws and committee designations, and the regions across the state (PSA’s) the SHL is divided into. The site also will be a source for important meeting dates, as well as the storehouse for any news releases throughout the year. In addition, the information and forms for application for the Geriatric Nursing Scholarship sponsored by the SHL will also be found, making assessing this information much easier.
But that is not all. There is a complete roster of the Senators and House of Representative members in the Kansas Legislature, including district number and address, phone number, and email address. The Area Agencies on Aging information can also be found, including vital contact information of importance to both Seniors and their Caregivers. There will also be links to other organizations which share similar interests, including the Kansas Association of Retired School Personnel, and the Kansas Coalition of Public Retirees, both of which work with the SHL on such vital issues as the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS).
As with most websites, it is not complete as of yet, and it will be constantly updated as new information becomes available. With the advent of this new website, people across the state will be able to keep up on issues important to Seniors, their families, and their caregivers, and will have access to the vital contact information needed to insure a genuinely good quality of life in a person’s golden years.