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Aging expo will be April 26 in Oakley

Published on -4/10/2013, 10:30 AM

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Special to The Hays Daily News

OAKLEY -- "The Best is Yet to Be: Full Circle ... An Aging Expo" will be April 26 at Gateway Fellowship Church and Impact Center.

Presenters include representatives of Kansas Humanities Council, Kansas State Research and Extension and Kansas Farm Bureau.

Cost is $25 for a single and $40 for two family members. To register or for more information, visit www.northwest.ksu.edu or call Extension agent Diann Gerstner at (785) 460-4582.

The expo is sponsored by Extension districts, area counties, Northwest Area Agency on Aging, Fort Hays State University and Kansas Humanities Council.

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