September 21


Come learn what the Fort Worth Visitors Bureau does and how it brings tax dollars to our city as well as many jobs in the entertainment and food industry. And these tax dollars are put to use to make our city even better. This organization also offers opportunities to volunteer - do you like to meet people? This could be a goof fit for you. Our speaker, Doug Harman, is a member of our chapter and we have other members who volunteer there


NEXT MONTH


October means open enrollment is on your to do list. As we have for the last few years, we have an expert coming to discuss the 2017 changes to Medicare. Our speaker will review these changes and then be available to answer your questions. Few things we do has the impact that selection of our plan provide has for the year - so you don't want to miss this fact filled, informative meeting.


UPCOMING MONTHS


Tarrant County's Assistant District Attorney on Elder Fraud is on our agenda. Each year we have two pot luck luncheons and the second one is at our June meeting.. Our hard working program committee Has secured Teresa McUsic of the Savvy Consumer with the Fort Worth Star Telegram for January. February brings us Mary Ann Contreras from the JPS Trauma Center. Bill Morris with Fort Worth and North Texas Aviation Heritage has agreed to be a speaker as well as Dr. David Mason the OMN Chair at UNTHSC, and Jim Lane will shares stores and tell of war heroes.  Please stay 'tuned' for more details and additional programs! Remember to receive information making you an informed voter, to learn about the advantages of our golden years, and many other interesting topics be sure to attend our chapter meetings. Please join us at our meetings on the third Wednesday of each month (except December is held on the 2nd Wednesday). We meet at Genesis United Methodist Church, 7635 South Hulen Street in Fort Worth with coffee at 10 a.m. and the meeting from 10:30 to 11:30.


Southwest Fort Worth AARP