Change In Venue For Extraordinary Living Conference

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November 3, 2012
8:30 AM

The Coos County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program invites the community to attend the Southern Oregon Coast Extraordinary Living Conference on November 3rd.The conference will now be held in the Oregon Coast Culinary Institute on the Coos Campus. Participants will “Discover the Second Half of Life” through workshops, exhibits, entertainment and prizes.

The day will start with check-in and exhibits at 8:30-9:30am, followed by keynote speaker State Senator Joanne Verger. Attendees will then have the opportunity to participate in three different sessions for the remainder of the day. There are many workshop topics to choose from, including: Good Nutrition and the Diabetic; Plant Power; Solar Power; Medicare; Local History; Writing Your Memoirs; Wills, Living Trusts & Estate Administration; Financial Planning for Retirement; Earthquake and Tsunami Preparedness; Hiking for a Healthy Life; and Art in Your Life.

The conference will be held in the OCCI on the Coos Bay campus. Registration is $20 per person and lunch is included. Proceeds of the event will benefit RSVP. For information or to register, call 541- 888-7332 or visit www.socc.edu/extraliving. People are encouraged to register early for the best choice of workshops.

Local organizations interested in being a vendor at the morning exhibit or learning about being a sponsor should contact Christine Coles at 541-888-7353.

This entry was posted on Thursday, October 25th, 2012 and is filed under Events, Local News, Public Service Announcements.