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Highland, MI 48356
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Adult Services Department
Book Discussion Group
Meets 2nd Wednesdays of each month.
If you're interested, please email Mona at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to participate. Copies of the book will be available at the Library - Large Print and audiobooks also available.
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Medicare Counseling by Appt
The Medicare Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) provides free unbiased help with Medicare and Medicaid. A certified volunteer can help you understand plan choices, answer questions, and troubleshoot.
Appointments must be made in advance by calling (800) 803-7174 and will be held either over the phone or online via Zoom.
The Truth About Long-Term Care
Thursday, September 9, 6:30pm
Did you know that Medicare does not cover nursing home stays or in home-health care services? A nursing home stay can cost more than $100,000. Learn how to protect your savings from long-term care from Brenda Oldham of Ram Insurance and Financial Services in Highland.
Retirement Income Planning
Thursday, September 16, 6:30pm
Learn how to plan for income in retirement and avoid the risk of running out of money. The course addresses the impending realities of sustaining one's lifestyle while departing from the workplace.
Presented by Brenda Oldham of Ram Insurance and Financial Services in Highland.
Lakeshore Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal services to people who are low income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities.
Free Legal Advice
Tuesday, September 21, 6:30pm
Join us on Zoom with Lakeshore Legal Aid for a presentation of their services and some free legal advice.
Tuesday, September 28, 6:30pm
Join us on Zoom with Lakeshore Legal Aid for free legal advice about divorce.
DNA & Genealogy Interest Group
Saturday, October 2, 10:00am
Jim Sims will present a talk titled "Using the Quantity of DNA Shared to Understand Possible Genealogical Relationships". Genetic genealogists who want an above average understanding of genetic techniques need quantitative skills in addition to qualitative skills. This talk is an introduction to those quantitative skills.
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