Aging With Attitude expo is set

K-State Research and Extension and others will host an Aging With Attitude Regional Expo April 24. The event is geared to cover several issues about aging.

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March 3, 2020 - 10:43 AM

Life brings with it many stages. There are the formative years of growing and education, the middle years of working and maybe raising a family — and the later years, which can be even more challenging and more fulfilling than the earlier stages.

K-State Research and Extension has joined with community partners in bringing the Aging With Attitude Regional Expo to the Fort Scott community for a second year. The event will be held at the Community Christian Church, on 1919 Horton St., on April 24. It is a one-day educational event from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

The expo promotes positive attitudes about aging and provides inspiration, answers questions and delivers information to seniors, their families and caregivers about making the most of life. The event has rotated between five locations in the southeast Kansas area over the years to stay true to its “regional” approach. It will be the 10th anniversary for this annual event.

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