Special to The Hays Daily News

Opportunity knocks only once. Seize the opportunity now to attend Full Circle: An Aging Expo on April 29 in Phillipsburg.

Check out these indicators that opportunity is definitely knocking at your door:

* Nationally known keynote speaker Dr. Joseph Galichia.

* Choice of three concurrent sessions centered around aging issues.

* Premier northwest Kansas location, Phillipsburg's Huck Boyd Center.

* Hearty Kansas lunch.

* Continuing education units available for RN/ADM and other groups.

* Registration fee of only $40 for two family members.

Opportunity is knocking. Register to receive the family member discount. Registration at the door is $35 per person, and lunch will not be guaranteed.

Now is the time to take action and plan to attend the Aging Expo. Participants can choose from these sessions:

* Put Pain In Your Rear View Mirror -- Jeanine Brown, RN, and Courtney McCarty, RD.

* Defensive Driving for the Aging Driver -- Trooper Tod Hileman, Kansas Highway Patrol.

* This Used To Be My Favorite Meal -- Taunya Williams, consultant dietitian.

* Home Modifications for Aging in Place -- Carol Ann Crouch, Scott County 4-H agent/Farm Credit Services.

* Discussing the Options When Faced with Life Threatening Illness -- Sue Noll, Hospice Hays Medical Center.

* Antiques and Collectibles: Trash or Treasure? -- Marvin Mann, AA Antique Appraisal and Consulting.

* Estate Planning and Farm Succession Planning -- Stacey Seibel, Seibel Law Office.

* Caring for the Care Giver -- Vera Norwood, Kansas Department of Aging.

* Learn to Laugh with Laughter Yoga -- Jan Moore, activities director, Sheridan County Long Term Care.

* Sharing Your Story -- Kathy Lupfer-Nielsen, Post Rock Extension District FCS.

For registration information, contact the Northwest Area Extension Office at (785) 462-6281 or your local Research and Extension office, or email twwatts@ksu.edu.