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Senior expo provides facts, fun

September 22, 2010
Daily Press

The retirement years are full of possibilities for today's seniors. There are a wide array of opportunities out there that can make the retirement years truly golden, especially for today's active senior.

There are a lot of challenges - and questions - as well. Health care, finances and estate planning, and looking after loved ones often leave seniors looking for answers.

Local seniors will be able to get the answers to many of the important aspects of their lives at the Daily Press Senior Citizen Expo. The event. slated next week, is a fact-filled, informative and fun way to get the knowledge you need to make those important decisions in your life.

Best of all - it's totally free - including lunch.

The Daily Press Senior Expo is being held Tuesday, Sept. 28, at one of Delta County's finest establishments, the Terrace Bay Inn. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. The expo will last from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features a wide array of speakers who will touch on topics important to every senior. A free lunch will be provided during the expo.

A wide range of topics will be covered including health care, estates, insurance and other services. Speakers during the event include Christian Park Facility, Garceau Wenick-Kutz, Magowan Insurance, Lake Bluff Retirement Village, Marquette General Hospital, MetLife, Northwoods Rehabilitation, OSF St. Francis Hospital and Medical Group, Skradski-Boyce Family Funeral Homes, Superior Hearing Aid Center, Inc., and Upper Peninsula State Bank.

Although the event is free, seating is limited and a ticket must be presented for admittance. Free tickets are available at the Daily Press, 600 Ludington St., Escanaba. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. Call 786-2021 for more information.

As seniors get useful information at the expo, they will also have an opportunity to help others. The Daily Press will be collecting canned and dry goods at the expo for distribution to local food banks. When you attend the expo, please bring along a food donation to help our neighbors in need. During today's uncertain economic times, the need is greater than ever.

Seniors who attend the free Daily Press Senior Citizen Expo at Tuesday, Sept. 28, at the Terrace Bay Inn Bay won't be disappointed. Remember to pick up your free ticket at the Daily Press.

See you at the expo.



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