Belfast Senior Center announces speaker schedule

BELFAST – Local professionals will be offering free informative lectures and answering questions at the Belfast Senior Center in the coming weeks. Anyone 60 or older and fully vaccinated against COVID is welcome to attend some or all of the events.

Here are the dates and upcoming talks scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays:

On May 17, Belfast solicitor Randolph A. Mailloux will discuss the need to have a proper estate plan in place, including proper documentation, for both a will-based estate plan and a will-based estate plan. on a trust. Questions and answers will follow.

On May 24, Sen. Glenn “Chip” Curry, D-Waldo, will speak about recent state legislation that may benefit seniors. Did you know that you may be able to defer paying property taxes? If you’re a full-time resident of Maine, you’ll want to know more about the $850 relief payment. He will answer questions and wants to hear local concerns.

On May 31, representatives from the Belfast Fire Service will provide information on fire prevention and safety in your home and outdoors. Find out when to check appliances in your home and when fire safety equipment expires.

The talks will take place as part of the regular Belfast Senior Center rallies which take place on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Belfast Boathouse at the foot of Commercial Street. Seniors from the region are invited to participate in the activities of the centre. Masks are requested but policy may change. The center is free and for those who register before 11.15am each Tuesday, the Belfast Soup Kitchen will provide a free lunch. Come sit, play a game or do a puzzle and learn presentations.


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