Area senior-related businesses and organizations are encouraged to register for booth space as community partners in the Douglas Countywide Senior Life Expo on April 18. Partners will represent all …
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Area senior-related businesses and organizations are encouraged to register for booth space as community partners in the Douglas Countywide Senior Life Expo on April 18.
Partners will represent all facets of services or programs for seniors to live life to the fullest, including housing, home care, insurance, estate planning, assistance and services, transportation, government programs and activities for socializing and keeping busy. In addition to renting booth space, opportunities are available for sponsorships, which include advertising and presenting seminars at the event.
The 2018 event had 80 partners that provided information to the more than 600 senior citizens and their family members who came. It is not a commercial for-profit event, but is a local endeavor for the sole purpose of getting much needed information on aging into the hands of those who need it.
The event is free to the public, and will run from 1-5 p.m. April 18 at the Douglas County Events Center. Deadlines for registering as a partner are approaching.
The expo is being organized by the Castle Rock Senior Activity Center. For more information, go to www.castlerockseniorcenter.org or call 303-688-9498.
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