Library Hosts Programs For Adults

Washington Township Public Library in Long Valley plans to offer “Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Medicare Options” on Mon., Nov. 28 at noon.  Health Insurance broker Andrew Vasta will review Medicare options and clear up misconceptions about Medicare. The state of NJ, Federal government, and drug manufacturers each have extra help available for medication costs with a free screening for qualification. These programs can save thousands of dollars based on medications. 
This program is sponsored by the Senior Resource Center. The cost is $2, and lunch is included. Registration is required at or by calling 908-876-3596.  
“Generational Planning for Retirees” is set for Wed., Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. Join John Naphor and Lawrence Scoloveno, of Christopher Edwards Financial Associates, for a look at how parents and grandparents can pass on assets in tax advantaged ways. John and Lawrence have more than 50 years of combined experience in wealth management, and their organization, located in Chester.  
The program is free and open to the public. To register, visit or call 908-876-3596.
Coffee with a Cop is a national program which brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.  Come and meet the officers of the Washington Township Police Department. Registration is limited to the first ten who sign up. Those who sign up after the meeting is full will be placed on the list for the next meeting. Please register through Chief Jeff Almer at Meetings will take place every other month. The first meeting will be with the Chief and Police Commissioner. From that point forward it will feature a different officer or unit. Meetings are currently scheduled for Feb. 28, 2017; April 25 and June 27. 

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