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Washington County CARES presents the 3rd Annual Senior Living and Caregiving Expo

Washington County CARES presents the 3rd Annual Senior Living and Caregiving Expo

The Washington County CARES Coalition in collaboration with the Valley Mall would like to extend an invitation to seniors and caregivers for the upcoming 3rd Annual Senior Living & Caregiving Expo being held on Columbus Day, Monday, October 9, 2006 from 8am-3pm.
The day begins at 8am with an informational breakfast on "Community Resources for Seniors and Caregivers" for registered participants. Exhibitor and demonstrator booths open at 8am. You won't want to miss this opportunity to get current information on all the services and resources available to seniors living in the tri-state area.
For more information or to register for the breakfast, please contact Lisa Zanella at Hospice of Washington County 301-791-6360.
Do you provide a service or product that could be beneficial to an elder adult or caregiver? If so, you don't want to miss this opportunity to present your business/organization at the 3rd Annual Senior Living & Caregiving Expo (formerly the Retirement & Beyond Fair).
Washington County CARES, comprised of individuals from local agencies/businesses, in collaboration with the Valley Mall and Herald Mail Company are proud to sponsor an event geared to the growing population of Seniors and Caregivers within Washington County. There are an estimated 23,000 seniors in the county alone and of the 50-plus thousand households, most will at some point find themselves to be Caregivers.
CARES invites you to participate at the EXPO to showcase and share your services, products, knowledge and experience with those seeking information. The one day show, Monday, October 9, 2006 (Columbus Day), will begin at 8am with a breakfast for registered participants. Demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the day and exhibitor booths open until 3pm. All exhibitors and demonstrators must be set up by 7:30am and tear down cannot begin until 3pm. Electricity will be available if needed. Space sizes are 8'x10' and include a skirted table with two chairs. Exhibitor spaces are $175 and fees for demonstrator spaces maybe waived upon committee approval. Please note that all fees are non-refundable.
Don't delay in registering for this great opportunity! If you are interested in hosting a screening or demonstration at your booth, please notify Lisa Zanella by calling 301-791-6360 to ensure availability.
CARES is dedicated to improving life in Washington County. "We look forward to seeing you at the Expo!"

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