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PLANNED GIVING EVENT – Based on the book “I’m Dead. Now What?”

Wednesday
November 9, 2022, 1:00pm
Clemens Center Upper Lobby

To facilitate the discussion, workshop participation is limited to the first 25 people to register.

This event is free, and we encourage our neighbors, friends, and loved ones to participate.

Questions?

Please contact:
Kate Fuller
KateF@clemenscenter.org
or
Janice Slocum
JaniceS@clemenscenter.org

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Clemens Center presents

PLANNED GIVING EVENT

Based on the book “I’m Dead. Now What?”

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There are topics all of us have in common, yet we simply don’t wish to discuss them. The Clemens Center is breaking down those barriers with I’m Dead. Now What?, a lighthearted, informal discussion of end-of-life planning we could all use. Experts will join in the conversation to shed light on wills, estate liquidation, planned giving, and other topics we simply don’t talk enough about!

This event is open to individuals of all ages, looking to plan for life’s eventualities. Attendees will receive a free copy* of the I’M DEAD. NOW WHAT? comprehensive life planner, courtesy of our series sponsor Ray Jewelers.
*one book per family

Leading the discussion:
Michael J. Hamula
Paralegal
Roth Elder Law, PLLC
Sabrina Chilson, CFP®
Financial Consultant
CFS Group, Inc.

If you would like to support the Clemens Center by making a donation, please click on the ‘DONATE’ button below and select “General Donation” from the Donation Campaign drop down menu.

Special Gratitude to our Series Sponsor
Ray Jewelers

Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

You can request a copy of our most recently filed financial report from the Charities Bureau Registry on the New York Attorney General’s website www.charitiesnys.com or by contacting us:

Chemung County Performing Arts dba Clemens Center, PO Box 1046, Elmira, NY 14902
New York State Attorney General, Department of Law, Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10005

Information on New York charitable organizations can be found on the New York Attorney General’s website www.charitiesnys.com or by contacting (212) 416-8401.

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