Trinity Memorial Church

44 Main Street

Binghamton, NY 13905

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The Trinity Lunchers will meet on Monday, January 16th at Noon for a Dutch Treat Lunch at The Spot Restaurant, Upper Front Street, Binghamton.

Trinity Lunchers - January 2017

food stamps, and more. They will also discuss the problems that would occur with the dismantling of the Affordable Care Act.

Citizen Action is in regular contact with groups in Washington who provide regular updates on what is being planned.

We cannot go back to the days when two thirds of all seniors lived in poverty and had no access to health care. Please join us as our speakers discuss what can be done to protect seniors in our nation.

Our speakers will be Wanda Mead Campbell and Pat Donohue of Citizen Action. Their program, "Action to Protect Senior Programs and the Social Safety Net" will focus on projected threats to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid as well as programs that provide housing support for seniors, food stamps, and more. They will also discuss the problems that would occur with the dismantling of the Affordable Care Act. Our speakers will be Wanda Mead Campbell and Pat Donohue of Citizen Action. Their program, "Action to Protect Senior Programs and the Social Safety Net" will focus on projected threats to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid as well as programs that provide housing support for seniors,

We meet only four days before the Presidential Inauguration and a new administration.

 

Fred Alexander, Coordinator

Social Security and Medicare images Copyright: 123 RF STock Photo; used under license.

The Trinity Lunchers meet monthly for a Dutch Treat lunch, fellowship, and discussion.

When: on the second Monday of the month, at noon; consultr News section or  calendar for a specific month's date and topic.

Where: The Spot Restaurant, Upper Front Street, Binghamton

The Trinity Lunchers