This letter of Oct. 22 is the official notification that the executive board of Pacific Aging Council Endeavors (PACE) voted on Oct. 20 to dissolve PACE effective Dec. 30. All outstanding bills owed must be paid by that time, and no encumbrances by PACE will be recognized after that date.
PACE as an organization shall bring to a close 37 years of service dedicated to promoting the welfare of the aging and disabled of the Peninsula area and many areas in Pacific County. The vote to dissolve was taken recognizing that other organizations are better able and are fulfilling the mission, which prompted PACE's original formation.
During November and December, the assets of the non-profit organization shall be distributed in compliance with the PACE constitution on file with the state of Washington. Please contact Marjorie Beard, president of the board, if your organization is interested in receiving items in this process. Board members wish to thank the many entities which have contributed to the PACE mission of serving senior citizens in order that they may live independently for as long as possible in their own homes.
Marjorie Beard, President
Fred Cook, Vice President
Richard Patana, Secretary
Bill Farmer, Truman REW, Ralph Moore, Matt Winters, Jeanine Williams, Linda Kaino, Mary Markham, members of the board