Feb. 14, 1997
Ageless Living Seminar for Seniors Set
A day-long session on Ageless Living for seniors will be offered May 20 at UW-River Falls.
The seminar will offer a variety of workshops, and will run from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. It will be held in Rodli Commons on the UW-RF campus.
The keynote speaker is Professor Judy Rommel of the Human Development and Family Studies program at UW-Stout. "Are We Wanting Ourselves into the Poorhouse?" will consider whether Americans have gone too far economically in turning yesterday's luxuries into today's necessities.
Participants also may chose to attend a variety of topical presentations. These include:
"Alternative Medicines," by Steve Urosevich, administrator of the St. Croix Valley Memorial Hospital of St. Croix Falls.
"Telling Stories-Having Fun," by UW-RF Professor Joan Kennedy, who will share traditional stories from the Native American culture and from around the world.
"Swain Personality Styles," by UW-RF Professor Larry Swain, who presents a lively interactive presentation on how to recognize and build on personal strengths.
"How Good Were the Good Old Days?" by UW-RF history Professors Kurt Leichtle and Herb Cederberg.
Lunch will include special recognition of Ann Krupkat for her years as director of the UW-RF Senior Outreach Studies Program.
For more information, contact the Office of Continuing Education Extension at 715/425-3256.