Posted: Saturday, October 01, 2005
The Dutchess County Office for the Aging is sponsoring a morning of nine free seminars of interest to senior citizens on Monday, October 3, 2005 at the New Hackensack Reformed Church on Route 376 (just south of the Dutchess County Airport).

Refreshments will be served. To register for one or more of the seminars, call the Office for the Aging at (845) 486-2555. Visit our website for details on all of our services: .


9:30 AM - Maintain Your Brain -All about Alzheimer's Disease

Presented by Meg Boyce of the Alzheimer's Association

Changes to Medicare in 2006 - What You Need To Know

Presented by the Dutchess County Office for the Aging's HIICAP Program

Antique Values in 2005 - How to Distinguish the Junk from the Gems

Presented by Auctioneer Donald Traver of Absolute Auction & Realty

10:30 AM - Healthy Eating for Persons with Diabetes

Presented by the Ozie Williams, RD, RN, CDE, Public Health Nutrition Educator,

Dutchess County Health Department

Africa - A Photographic Wildlife Journey to Kenya and Tanzania

Presented by Nature Photographers John & Barbara Marmillo & RSVP Travel

Long Term Health Care - How To Make The Right Choices

Presented by the Dutchess County Office for the Aging

11:30 AM - Protect Yourself from Lyme Disease and West Nile Virus

Presented by Andrew Sherman Evans Jr., Senior Public Health Advisor

Dutchess County Health Department

When Seasons Change - Drawing on our Faith during our Golden Years

Presented by Reverend John Simon, M.Div., M.T.S., BCC

An Old-Fashioned Sing-A-Long

You'll be humming all week after this joy-filled trip down memory lane!

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