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2018 Senior Living Conference May 16
 
It will be a sweet 16 for the Senior Living Conference, which is returning for its 16th straight year on May 16 at the Island Resort.
The event is again sponsored by the Delta Council on Aging. It will start when doors open 8 a.m. EDT, according to council chair Marc Tall. The program begins at 8:45 a.m.
 
IT'S A SELLOUT! WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING REGISTRATIONS....
 
 
Preregistration is required and must be done by Wednesday, May 9. For a preregistration form and directions on how to register, please print out the form above. You may also visit a Community Action Agency senior center, or stop by the CAA administrative office, 507 1st Ave. N., Escanaba.
The fee for this year’s event is $10. With donuts in the morning, a tasty sit-down lunch (with dessert), along with vendor tables and excellent speakers, this event continues to be a bargain, Tall said.
The speakers cover a wide variety of topics that will help attendees live their lives to the fullest. Speakers include:
  • Eric Barnhart, OSF Hospice.
  • Ian Roth, Legal Services of Northern Michigan.
  • Dr. Tony Kamerschen, OSF HealthCare.
  • Dr. Jim Surrell, Physician and Author.
  • Delta County Sheriff Ed Oswald and Escanaba Public Safety

         Director Rob LaMarche.

The program will also include door prizes and casino promo cash. Cosponsors include Community Action Agency, Community Foundation for Delta County, Lakeside Assisted Living, Skradski Family Funeral Homes, OSF HealthCare and Upper Peninsula State Bank. Some of those cosponsors will also make presentations
“The only reason tickets for this event are so affordable is the generous support of our sponsors. Their community support is very much appreciated,” Tall said.
Transportation from Menominee County may be reserved by calling senior centers in Hermansville (498-7735), Menominee (863-3256) or Mid-County (753-6986).