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October 25, 2016

Monday, October 31st Florida Events

The Florida Alliance for Retired Americans is hosting events in Tallahassee featuring James Roosevelt, Jr.. There will be a press conference with Congressional candidates, an Intergeneration forum, meeting with seniors and a Lecture and reception. Join us, and learn more about how you can make a difference.

1. Press Conference with Congressional candidates
WHEN: Monday, October 31st time 10:00AM
WHERE: Press Center, 226 E College Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32301
WHO: Florida Alliance for Retired Americans, James Roosevelt III, Walt Dartland and Al Lawson
Contact: Dave Jacobsen, (850) 339-1084
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2. Intergenerational Luncheon Meeting
WHEN: Monday, October 31st time 11:00AM TO 2:00PM
WHERE: INIE, 300 West Pensacola St., Tallahassee, FL 32301
WHO: Florida Alliance for Retired Americans, James Roosevelt III
Contact: Dave Jacobsen, (850) 339-1084
Details: The Florida Alliance for Retire Americans will host a complimentary luncheon for the first 60 participants. How will Millennials, Baby Bombers and Retired Americans be affected by Social Security, Medicare and Healthcare.
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3. Meeting with Seniors at Westminster Pool House
WHEN: Monday, October 31st time 3:00PM TO 4:00PM
WHERE: Westminster Pool House, 4449 Meandering Way, Tallahassee, FL 32308
WHO: Florida Alliance for Retired Americans, James Roosevelt III
Contact: Dave Jacobsen, (850) 339-1084
Details: The Florida Alliance for Retired Americans will provide cookies and beverage. What does the future hold for those now receiving benefits from Social Security, Medicare and Healthcare?
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4. Lecture and reception at Pepper Center’s Broad Auditorium
WHEN: Monday, October 31st time 5:15PM TO 6:30PM
WHERE: Pepper Center’s Broad Auditorium, 636 W. Call St., Tallahassee, FL 32306
WHO: Florida Alliance for Retired Americans, James Roosevelt III
Contact: Dave Jacobsen, (850) 339-1084
Details: Florida Alliance for Retired Americans will provide beverages and finger food. We expect 50 to 75 FSU staff, students and public. It is fitting that the lecture is at the Pepper Center because when he was a US Senator from Florida, Claude Pepper fought for passage of FDR’s Social Security Bill in Congress.
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