Open meeting Wednesday about Medicare
February 19, 2013
Free community Medicare talk
Medicare is confusing. Timelines, deadlines and penalties as well as local choices and benefits are important to understand.
Seniors turning 65 and the permanently disabled are invited to an open Community Medicare meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The meeting will be held at Lumber Jack's Restaurant at 2075 Nevada City Hwy. in Grass Valley (across from the Fowler Center).
The meeting is free of charge. Seniors turning 65 and over as well as the disabled should attend. Bill Anderson serves hundreds on Medicare in Nevada County and will be presenting the information.
Anderson resides in Nevada County and is a licensed agent authorized to provide Medicare Advantage, Supplements and drug plans and is certified, licensed and experienced with Medicare choices in Nevada, Placer and Sacramento counties.
Better Breathers monthly meeting
The Better Breathers support group meets the third Thursday of every month from 1 – 2 p.m. at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, building No. 4 conference room. Any questions please call Betty at 477-9059.
Eat pizza, benefit Vets
March 4 Mountain Mike's in the Kmart center will donate 20 percent of sales from 5 to 8 p.m. to Welcome Home Vets.
Those interested most say they want their purchase to benefit Welcome Home Vets for them to get credit. This special includes all orders – dine in, call in or take out.
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