Program focuses on retirement, mature entrepreneurs

Representatives of mature entrepreneurs session.SUNY Oswego’s first program of a new Retired Senior Volunteer Program-led Lunch ‘n’ Learn series on retirement options will take place March 26, featuring a presentation on mature entrepreneurs.

The free program will run 10 a.m. to noon at Springside at Seneca Hill retirement community, 10 County Route 45A, north of Fulton. There is an optional lunch for $5, and participants may buy a how-to manual for $15.

Ellen Wahl and Helen Milam, director and assistant director, respectively, of RSVP of Oswego County, will open with a presentation called “Life After Retirement.” Larry Perras and John Halleron, small business advisers with the SUNY Oswego Office of Business and Community Relations, will follow with “Mature Entrepreneurs.”

Retirees and those considering retirement should call RSVP, 312-2317, for reservations.

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PHOTO CAPTION:  Maturing business—SUNY Oswego’s Larry Perras, senior small business adviser; Ellen Wahl, Retired Senior Volunteer Program director; John Halleron, small business adviser; and Helen Milam, RSVP assistant director, plan the March 26 workshop presentation on “Mature Entrepreneurs” and “Life After Retirement.”

(Posted: Feb 18, 2010)