Do you want to be smarter than your smartphone? Do you have enough money saved to take care of you and/or your spouse? How do you know who to trust with your finances?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to participate in a June 21 seminar. There are still openings for interested individuals to attend this seminar.
The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc., in collaboration with Lock Haven University Clearfield, announces this exciting opportunity through its Life-long Learning Institute. The seminar is geared towards the interests of the baby boomers and older citizens and is free.
You can attend a presentation at 10 a.m. by George Weidlein, vice president/trusts from Clearfield Bank & Trust, for “Financial Pre-Needs.” He will help you plan for your future financial needs. Living trusts and trustees, powers of attorney, guardianships, wills, annuities, and other insurance products will be explained.
Lunch, sponsored by the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc., will be provided at 11:30 a.m. After lunch, attendees will reconvene with an introduction to smartphones led by Darren Kite, an instructor and technology assistant at the DuBois Business College.
A smartphone is a device that lets you make telephone calls, but also adds features that you might find on a personal digital assistant or a computer. A smartphone also offers the ability to send and receive e-mail and other messages.
This session will cover the many uses of a smartphone with emphasis on phone security, text messaging, taking and storing photographs, and battery life.
This seminar is offered at no charge, but pre-registration is required. Register by calling the CCAAA at 814-765-2696.
The Clearfield County Life-long Learning Institute will start up again in the fall. For additional information on the Life-long Learning Institute, please visit the agency’s Web site at www.ccaaa.net or www.lhup.edu/clearfield and click on the “Life-long Learning Institute” link. The fall schedule will be posted as soon as it is complete.
Programs and services of the agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc., Mature Resources Foundation and local and consumer contributions.