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Ecumen Among Panelists At Common Good Breakfast Series in Minneapolis on Navigating the Senior Bubble
Date: Oct 13th, 2014 3:59pm

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Ecumen Communications

Common Good Breakfast Series

The Common Good Breakfast Series spotlights innovative businesses and nonprofits that are taking some uncommon actions to solve the challenges they face and to thrive. Our presenters are working for the common good, making the region a better place for all of us. In addition to intriguing presentations, Common Good Breakfast Series contributes the event proceeds to the nonprofit organization featured at each session. The Common Good Breakfast Series was launched in 2009 by Joanne Henry and Matt Jennings to give back to the community while providing educational networking events to advance the common good.

Join us at the next Common Good Breakfast 

Navigating the Senior Bubble
Threats and Opportunities

Thursday, October 30
Hilton Minneapolis
7:30 – 9:30 a.m.
7:30 registration and networking
8:00 a.m. program start

Register now! 

Program cost: $40.00

Proceeds benefit Common Bond Communities

As the first baby boomers approach 70, Minnesota’s expanding older population will change everything from city planning and housing to health care spending and workforce needs. And with longer life spans and better health care, how will the 65+ crowd change the way we look at the aging market?

Hear from five experts with diverse perspectives on challenges and opportunities of the Senior Bubble in Minnesota.

Panel Speakers

Susan Brower
Minnesota State Demographer

Janice Downing
CommonSense Consulting@Work

Carol Schleif 
Abbot Downing

Eric Schubert 
Ecumen

Kari Thurlow
Aging Services of Minnesota

Moderator

Joanne Henry
Neuger Communications Group

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