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Event DateTimeEventCounty
Monday
06/17/2019
6:30 PM
to
7:30 PM
STaRT (Start Today and Retire Tomorrow)
Cleve J. Fredricksen Library
100 N. 19TH STREET
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This program discusses retirement planning. The goal is to help you determine what your retirement goals are and how to help you get there. No matter where you are in the timeline for retirement, early career, mid-career or late career, know that it’s never too late to STaRT.
CUMBERLAND
Tuesday
06/18/2019
2:00 PM
to
3:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Philadelphia Senior Center
509 SOUTH BRAD STREET
PHILADELPHIA, PA  19147
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money!
PHILADELPHIA
Wednesday
06/19/2019
 
Somerset County Elder Justice Day
Somerset Church of the Brethren
606 BERLIN PLANK RD
SOMERSET, PA  15501
Elder Justice Awareness program with full day seminar of various related topics.
SOMERSET
Wednesday
06/19/2019
8:00 AM
to
4:00 PM
NOTE Open to attendees of conference
The Importance of Financial Education in Reentry
Days Inn
PUGH STREET
STATE COLLEGE, PA  
Becky MacDicken will be speaking at the DOC Management Meeting for Community Corrections and Reentry about the importance of financial education in reentry efforts.
CENTRE
Wednesday
06/19/2019
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft
Friendship Community
5000 COMMONS DRIVE
HARRISBURG, PA  17112
This presentation takes a look at ways peoples identities are stolen or compromised, what you can do if you find you have had your identity stolen, and how to stop theft from occurring. We review common scams and frauds and discuss
DAUPHIN
Friday
06/21/2019
10:00 AM
to
2:00 PM
Rep Tina Pickett's 19th Annual Senior Citizen's Expo
Athens-Lynch/Bustin Elementary School
253 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
ATHENS, PA  18810
BRADFORD
Thursday
06/27/2019
10:30 AM
to
11:30 AM
Cybersecurity: Keeping Yourself Safe Online
Allegheny Senior Center
1900 WEST ALLEGHENY AVE.
PHILADELPHIA, PA  19132
Cybersecurity: Keeping Yourself Safe Online: Whether you are young or old, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely
PHILADELPHIA
Monday
07/01/2019
12:30 PM
to
1:30 PM
Fraud BINGO
Ambler Senior Center
45 FOREST AVE
AMBLER, PA  19002
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
MONTGOMERY
Tuesday
07/02/2019
12:30 PM
to
1:30 PM
Fraud BINGO
Norristown Senior Center
536 GEORGE STREET
NORRISTOWN, PA  19401
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
MONTGOMERY
Monday
07/08/2019
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
Fraud BINGO
Driftwood Senior Center
7806 BRIDGE ST
DRIFTWOOD, PA  15832
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
CAMERON
Monday
07/08/2019
12:30 PM
to
1:30 PM
Fraud BINGO
Emporium Senior Center
105 E. 4TH ST.
EMPORIUM, PA  15834
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
CAMERON
Tuesday
07/09/2019
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
Fraud BINGO
Port Allegany Senior Center
216 NORTH MAIN STREET
PORT ALLEGANY, PA  16743
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
MCKEAN
Tuesday
07/09/2019
12:00 PM
to
1:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Eldred Senior Center
169 MAIN STREET
ELDRED, PA  16731
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
MCKEAN
Wednesday
07/10/2019
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Allegheny Community Center
42 CLARK ST
WARREN, PA  16365
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
WARREN
Thursday
07/11/2019
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
Fraud BINGO
Sheffield Senior Center
PICKERING AND MAIN ST.
SHEFFIELD, PA  16347
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
WARREN
Thursday
07/11/2019
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Tidioute Senior Center
TIDIOUTE TOWERS, 174 MAIN STREET
TIDIOUTE, PA  16351
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
WARREN
Wednesday
07/17/2019
12:00 PM
to
1:30 PM
NOTE "Lunch and Learn" for Employees of PA Medical Society
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft and Spending Plans
PA Medical Society
777 E PARK DR
HARRISBURG, PA  17105
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft - This presentation takes a look at ways peoples identities are stolen or compromised, what you can do if you find you have had your identity stolen, and how to stop theft from occurring. We review common scams and frauds and discuss Spending Plans This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track.
DAUPHIN
Monday
07/22/2019
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Canon House
121 N. CENTRAL AVE.
CANONSBURG, PA  15317
A fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money
Wednesday
07/24/2019
10:00 AM
to
11:30 AM
NOTE Only open to members
Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation Prevention Program
Suburban West Realtors Association
EIFFE presentation to real estate professionals
CHESTER
Monday
07/29/2019
11:00 AM
to
12:00 PM
NOTE Open To Support Group Members
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft
Parkinson’s Support Group in Altoona - Hoss's Altoona
621 VALLEY VIEW BLVD
ALTOONA, PA  16602
This presentation takes a look at ways peoples identities are stolen or compromised, what you can do if you find you have had your identity stolen, and how to stop theft from occurring. We review common scams and frauds and discuss.
BLAIR
Thursday
10/03/2019
8:30 AM
to
4:30 PM
Financial Empowerment for Individuals with Disabilities
Forest Room - Keystone Building
As programs move to help individuals with disabilities achieve greater independence, we need to incorporate financial capability into programs or we will not be building a future where these individuals will have the tools they need to succeed. For Individuals with disabilities, providers and policy makers.
DAUPHIN