First Annual Educational Seminar “THE GOOD LIFE, 55+ – Elder Services Provider Council of Frederick County, Inc
Date(s) - April 13, 2012
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Dutch's Daughter Restaurant
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The Elder Services Provider Council of Frederick County, Inc., will be hosting their First Annual Educational Seminar “THE GOOD LIFE, 55+. This seminar will focus on New Choices for a Great Retirement, on Friday, April 13, 2012 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. The cost for the seminar and lunch at Dutch’s Daughter is $35.00 person/$69 for 2. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Learn about travel, the “Web”, new tech gadgets and ways to have fun in your retirement while preserving your resources.
“This seminar offers fresh information from engaging speakers to help the 55+ crowd create their own good life in retirement and take advantage of the many exciting things available to those approaching retirement”, said Eileen McLaughlin, ESPC Services and Programs Committee Member
“Our speakers bring a wealth of information from determining travel priorities in retirement and how to utilize websites like FacebookÒ and TwitterÒ to technology like Ipads, smartphones, and mp3 players”, McLaughlin said.
Attendees will also gain tips on how to find money for current priorities while preserving resources for the future needs and goals in retirement. For questions related to this seminar, please call 301-696-1122 or visit our website at www.espcfrederick.com .
Christine Ogden, ESPC Public Relations Committee Chair, stated, “The ESPC is excited to bring this new offer to the growing 55+ population of Frederick County. We are looking for additional opportunities to educate the seniors and soon to become seniors of Frederick County on not only what is available to them throughout the county from a service perspective, but also new technologies and embracing the “Good Life”. As adults, we prepare for college, we prepare for marriage, children and our jobs. The ESPC is positioned to assist with educating on preparing for who you will be in retirement.
“Most people know ESPC for the Annual Elder Expo that is held every year at the Fairgrounds. October 3, 2012 will be our 20th year hosting that event. We are adding “The Good Life, 55+” event to our annual calendar and hope that our loyal Expo attendees will also add it to theirs”, Ogden said.
Seating is limited and reservations are required so register early! For more information, please visit our website at www.espcfrederick.com or call 301-696-1122.
The Elder Services Provider Council of Frederick County, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c) 3 business that is comprised of over 150 volunteer businesses in Frederick County who along with the Board of Directors and committees, work together to accomplish the mission: Educate the community about issues relevant to older adults and the resources available to them, provide an open forum for exchange of information, advocate for the needs of older adults in Frederick County, and to produce an annual Expo. For more information about the ESPC of Frederick, visit our website at www.espcfrederick.com