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'The Best is Yet to Be' topic of Full Circle...An Aging Expo

All of us are aging and many of us are taking care of aging family members as well. Meeting the challenges of those inevitable changes often brings questions and opportunities. Focusing on making the most of this new life stage, with its theme “The Best is Yet to Be,” Full Circle...An Aging Expo for 2013 offers a full day designed to aid you in this new direction.

The Gateway Fellowship Church and Impact Center in Oakley is the site for this year’s conference on April 26 and offers a comfortable venue for the event.

Several notable speakers will be present: Karen Ridder, of the Kansas Humanities Council, will speak on “Bucket Lists and Looking Back;” Debra Sellers, K-State Research and Extension aging specialist, will focus on “Adapting to Life’s Challenges, and Michael Irvin from Kansas Farm Bureau, will speak on Legal Issues and Farm Succession. There are many other breakout sessions for participants to choose from including sessions on intimacy and aging and getting financially prepared for a disaster. There is both a professional track which offers CEU’s for continuing education and a public track which offers slightly different options.

Cost for the general public to attend the event is $25 for a singe and $40 for two family members. To register or for more information, please go to www.northwest.ksu.edu or call Diann Gerstner at 785-460-4582.

Date: 4/15/2013

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