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Lunch and Learn Series

Seniors Achieving Greater Education (SAGE)is offering a FREE online series with various topics each month on the 3rd Thursday from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM.


Lunch and Learn 11:30-12:30PM

The Third Thursday of the month Fee: Free


March 21 – Mary Jo Badger, volunteer of Educational Programs and the planetarium at the Francis Malcolm Science Center, will explain how to prepare to witness the solar eclipse happening on April 8. She will also share information about the program the science center will be holding that day that the public is invited to.

April 18 - Jenn Deschene, Community Engagement Manager with University Credit Union (UCU) will host an informal seminar on how to protect yourself from scams that are targeting your personal and financial information. Topics will include scams that are being seen in the banking industry each and every day. Learn how to not be a victim of scams that are currently trending in our community. The presenter is Jenn Deschene, Community Engagement Manager with University Credit Union as worked in the financial services industry for 23 years.

May16 – The topic is partly a book review of "Acadian Hard Times" which was published in 1991. This book describes the efforts of the Farm Security Agency to assist the rural residents in the St. John Valley during the later years of the Great Depression. The presenter is Steve Freeman, a retired Professional Engineer, who considers Franklin Roosevelt as one of the three greatest American Presidents, only after George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

To receive the ZOOM link to join on the discussions, click HERE.

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