AARP volunteers always happy to share association materials and answer questions.


Jeannine English, President of AARP California, will be the Keynote Luncheon speaker at the first AARP Senior Awareness Day in Bakersfield. Jeannine will present information about Proposition 11, the redistricting reform measure on the November ballot, and explain why AARP supports the proposition and is advocating for passage.

In addition, local nonprofit organizations will provide information at vendor booths and during several workshops throughout the day. Workshops will be available on the following topics:

Laughter and Positive Attitude
Hearing Loss – Effects on Self Image
Health Screenings
Wise Use of Medications
Senior Fitness
Home Safety
Community Resources

Lunch is included. There is no charge for the lunch but attendance is limited to 250.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008
7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Holiday Inn Select
801 Truxtun Ave


To reserve your place at the luncheon call 1-877-926-8300 and request reservations for “Senior Awareness Day, September 30.” The event is free but reservations must be made by September 12.

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