Wellington Cares Annual Luncheon At Wanderers Club Oct. 19

Scott Greenberg

Wellington Cares will host its fourth annual luncheon on Friday, Oct. 19 at the Wanderers Club in Wellington. This year’s keynote speaker will be author and radio host, Scott Greenberg.

Greenberg is currently the host of the weekly radio show “Oh My God, I’m Getting Older and So Is My Mom” in Florida and New York.

“We are excited to have Mr. Greenberg as the keynote speaker at our fourth annual luncheon,” Wellington Cares Board Chair Joan Manning said. “As a senior advocate, Mr. Greenberg speaks to groups on topics related to aging with the goal of helping seniors improve their decision making and planning for the future. His candid outlook and upbeat, humorous delivery make his presentations both educational and entertaining.”

Greenberg peels back the layers on how getting older can be tougher than we thought, and he provides helpful commentary and suggestions on how to handle many situations, from health topics to financial preparedness arrangements. His goal is to help seniors make thoughtful changes that enhance their aging future, and he shares his knowledge and recommendations in a humorous way that almost makes you forget you are getting older.

Individual luncheon tickets are $50 per person, and sponsorships start at $500. Program ads are available starting at $75. For more information about the luncheon or sponsorships, call (561) 568-8818 or visit www.wellingtoncares.org.

Sponsors include: Presenting sponsor Wellington Regional Medical Center; invitation sponsor Equestrian Sport Productions; valet sponsor FPL; gift bag sponsor Lesser, Lesser, Landy and Smith; media sponsor the Town-Crier newspaper; and table sponsors Terner Elder Law, Friend of Wellington Cares-Schaefer Drugs, Alexander L. Domb PA, First Bank of the Palm Beaches and MorseLife.

Wellington Cares is a community-based, not-for-profit organization committed to coordinating volunteers of all ages to assist in enabling persons over the age of 65 to remain in their home with the support of the Wellington community, residents and local organizations.

The group’s goal is to build, within the community of Wellington, a better place for people to grow old and remain in their homes. Visit www.wellingtoncares.org for more information.