Lewiston Auburn Senior College is excited to invite Grace McCarthy,
an expert on fraud and a speaker for AARP Maine, to give our November Food for Thought program, IN PERSON and by ZOOM.
Monday November 14, 11:00 AM
Room 170, USM LAC
51 Westminster Street, Lewiston, ME
Grace is a former police officer from Maryland who was selected to attend the FBI National Academy. Her husband is a Mainer and after several trips to Maine (and reading newspapers revealing very scant criminal activity) they decided that Maine was the place to start a family. For a few years she worked as a substitute teacher and ultimately started a career with L. L. Bean in Security. Grace retired after 23 years as a senior analyst having spent the majority of her time investigating internal/external fraud. Currently she is a member of the Bowdoinham Committee on Aging, a volunteer for People Plus in Brunswick, and a presenter from AARP’s Fraud Watch Network.
Grace will speak with those who wish to attend IN PERSON in room 170 at USM Lewiston/Auburn at 51 Westminster Street in Lewiston. For those who prefer Zoom, we will be putting out a link to sign in from home. The presentation will be Monday November 14 beginning at 11:00 AM and last from 1-2 hours depending on questions and discussion. Due to COVID restrictions we will not be serving food, but those who wish to get coffee and/or snacks at the university’s cafe are welcome to do so.
To attend please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday, November 11 at noon. If you wish to be part of the ZOOM audience please make sure to include your name, email and the program you wish to attend. You will receive a link the morning of the November 14th.