TUESDAYS IN SEPTEMBER – SEMINAR SERIES FOR SENIORS

 

Making plans for the future begins here:

Leaders in legal, real estate, hospice, nursing care and funeral service present a series of seminars designed to prepare you for the future.  These experts will give you tools to take action so your loved ones will not have to re- act on your behalf. 
 
Seminar begins at 10 am and lunch will be available at the conclusion.
 
 

9/6 – Altmeyer Funeral Homes: Pre Arrangement & Life Celebrant Services

 

9/13 – Kennen & Kennen Realtors: downsizing your home

Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser & Altmeyer: 5 year spend down

 

9/20 – Amedisys Hospice: 5 Wishes Program

 

9/27 – Cameron Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

 

Door prizes at every seminar



LUAU DINNER DANCE

Family Service-Upper Ohio Valley’s

LUAU DINNER DANCE

Wheeling Park White Palace

Thursday  September 15, 2016

 

Dinner:  6:00 pm

Dance: 7:00 – 10:00 pm

 

Entertainment:

Shades of Time

 

Admission: $25 per person

Tickets are Non-Refundable and may not be purchased by persons under 21

 

Tickets can be purchased on the 2nd floor of the HRC Building:

51 Eleventh Street, Wheeling, WV 26003

For More Information Contact:

Desiree Galensky, Director of Activities

& Director of Capital Development

 304-233-2350 ext. 206

 



FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH-WV ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE AND WV STATE TREASURER’S OFFICE VISIT

First Wednesday of Every Month Starting in August
12:00 PM~1:00 PM
 
Representatives from
West Virginia Attorney General’s Office
And
West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office
will be at The M. J. Viola Senior Center
 
Amy Nickerson from the West Virginia Attorney General Office will be providing consumer information and answering questions on scams.
 
Jennifer Jebbia from the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office will be looking up Unclaimed Property and Providing Information on SMART529 Plans.