Friendship Circle Celebrates Older Adult Month
Class: Seniors Against Current Scams
Friendship Circle, located on the Trinity-Mercy Fitzgerald Campus Celebrates Older Adult Month
Join us to participate in an outdoor class on the patio area of the Friendship Circle Senior Center.
Class: Seniors Against Current Scams, Chief Anthony R. Paparo, Yeadon Borough Police
When: Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Time: 11 :00 a.m.
Details: Identifying popular scams targeting older adults + “Brown Bag” Hoagie Lunch ($1)
Seniors are being bombarded with scams on the telephone. Learn about the many popular scams targeting older adults and learn how to handle them. Should you answer the phone? Ask them to remove you from their list?
Yeadon Police Chief Anthony Paparo will lead an outdoor class on Scam Awareness on the patio at the Friendship Circle Center, located on the Trinity-Mercy Fitzgerald Campus, on Wednesday, May 26 at 11:00 AM.
Presented by Senior Community Services.
A Brown Bag Hoagie Lunch is available for $1.
Contact Angela Odom, Program Coordinator
*Class will be cancelled by the senior center if the weather is not permissible
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