Envision the Future

Posted by on May 20, 2005

Envision the Future

Please join some of our community?s most thoughtful and provocative leaders for the first BoomerVision Main Line event, ?Envision the Future.? This high-energy panel discussion will stimulate your thinking about ?what?s next? for you and our community. This event is the first in a series designed to help us all think about and plan for transitions and for a personally rewarding ?next phase? after work.

Moderator: Dr. Toni Iadarola, President, Cabrini College
Panelists: Carol Cole, Award-winning artist and activist
Dr. John Galloway, Jr., Senior Pastor, Wayne Presbyterian Church
Robert Pucci, President and CEO, Main Line Chamber of Commerce
The Honorable Carole Rubley, PA House of Representatives

When: June 9, 2005
Where: The Atrium, Cabrini College (610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA)
Time: 7-8:30 PM
Admission is free and light refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by the Coalition for an Elder-Friendly Main Line including:
Bryn Mawr Hospital
Cabrini College
Chester County Office of Services for the Aging
Delaware County Office of Services for the Aging
Easttown Library
Main Line Arts Center
Main Line Chamber of Commerce
Mid County Senior Services
Surrey Services for Seniors
Paoli Memorial Hospital
People?s Light and Theater Company
St. Marks United Methodist Church
Tredyffrin Library
Upper Main Line YMCA
Ursinus College
Wayne Arts Center
Wayne Senior Center

Boomervision Main Line is presented in collaboration with Coming of Age, the Greater Philadelphia initiative to promote 50+ civic engagement and learning. If you are interested in more information about ?Envision the Future? or any other BoomerVision events, please contact John Beilenson at jbeilenson@aboutscp.com or 610-687-5495.

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