New Hampshire Senior News Notes
February 16. 2014 4:11PM
EXETER — A free luncheon seminar featuring Ross Gittell, chancellor of the Community College System of New Hampshire, will address the 2014 economic outlook for retirement trends on Thursday, Feb. 20 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at RiverWoods in Exeter.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Senior Leadership Program is accepting applications for 2014 program designed to train those who want to advocate for older adults.
A collaboration among AARP, Center on Aging and Community Living at UNH and Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging, the program is designed for older adults, caregivers, family members and friends who want to advocate for older adults in New Hampshire.
Members of the 2014 class should represent diverse backgrounds, ages and geographic regions of the state. Twenty participants will be selected on their motivation to become well informed and active in policymaking and systems change for aging New Hampshire citizens.
NH Retired Men’s Assoc. to tour technology school
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire Retired Men’s Association will tour Manchester School of Technology on Feb. 18.
The school is located at 530 South Porter St., across from Memorial High School. Should classes be cancelled that day, the meeting is also cancelled
NASHUA — Sanders Burstein, M.D., will speak on Advanced Care Planning and the role of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment at the Feb. 26 meeting of the Breakfast Exchange Club of Nashua.
The presentation begins at 8 a.m. and breakfast will be provided. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration is required.
Feb. 22 is AARP Day at Millyard Museum
CONCORD — The Millyard Museum is offering a $3 discount on admission and a special lecture for AARP members all day Saturday, Feb. 22. Admission includes access to all the exhibits as well as a special lecture on The Ledge.
The Millyard Museum is at 200 Bedford St. in downtown Manchester. The museum features the permanent exhibit, Woven in Time: 11,000 years at Amoskeag Falls, that tells the story of Manchester and the people who have lived and worked here.
Learn about The Ledge, the year-round swimmers, and their daring dive routines. Preregistration for the special lecture is recommended by calling 622-7531.
• AARP members also receive $10 off admission to The Divas Through the Decades on Thursday, Feb. 20. The performance starts at 7:30 at The Palace Theatre at 72 Hanover St., in downtown Manchester.