Conference on Aging Set for Friday, May 19

The 34th annual Challenges & Opportunities of Aging Conference, featuring speakers, activities and exhibits related to health, resources, safety and fun, is scheduled for Friday, May 19 at 8:30 a.m. at Northeast Christian Church in Lexington.

The Keynote speaker is Gerina Whethers, who heads the Office of Senior Protection and Mediation at the Office of the Attorney General. That Office is responsible for public outreach initiatives of broadening public awareness and knowledge of fraud, scams and exploitation occurring against senior Kentuckians.
Session workshop speakers include Jode Rose, Licensed Instructor at the Lexington Senior Center; Debbie Nantz, 911 Operator Manager with Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government; Professor Gurney Norman, English Professor at the Appalachian Center; Sara Johnston, Attorney with DelCotto Law Group;  David Bryant, Librarian with the Lexington Public Library; and a host of other speakers sharing their knowledge on topics pertinent to Seniors and Caregivers.
Conference walk-ins are welcome.

Info: (859) 257-5582 or at