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Posted on: June 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Library to Host Transition Talks: Advice on Retirement

If I had only known …..
You are going to have a chance to hear from several of our area sages on “What I Know Now – life lessons from people over 75 about what they wish they had known at age 45”. On Tues., July 12, from 4 to 5 p.m. a panel of interesting folks are going to share their insight with anyone who would like to attend.
To date, Dorothy Countryman, Virginia Frantz, Leonene Gribble, Sam Nelson, and Gail Parsley have all agreed to serve on this panel.
Part of the Transition Talks program at the library, this session could be funny, could be serious, but will certainly be interesting. The talks include four sessions, this being the second, that are geared to help people who are moving into retirement. Retirement is meant to be interesting and fun and many of these subjects are addressed that help your retirement years to be production and enjoyable.
What would be your advice?
The session is free and all are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Blair at the library, 338-7330.

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