Hispanics and Social Security: Reading, Pa. Gets Serious About the Future of Social Security
Hispanics and Social Security: Reading, Pa., Gets Serious about the Future of Social Security
Fixing Social Security: What are the Real Options?
AARP Hispanic members and local seniors from the Reading area want to strengthen Social Security for their children and grandchildren. AARP will hold a forum for local residents in Spanish (with English translation available) to learn how proposed changes to Social Security could impact their lives.
AARP issue experts and area seniors will share their views on how important Social Security is to their families.
Jose R. Acaron, AARP Puerto Rico State Director
Culberto Maldonado, AARP National Board of Directors
Alejandro Garcia, National Legislative Council
Mary Ray, AARP Pennsylvania Legislative Volunteer
Thursday, May 26, 10:30 a.m. to Noon EDT
Centro Hispano Daniel Torres, 501 Washington St., Reading, Pa.
In Pennsylvania, Social Security provides benefits for over two million people, including retired workers, widows, disabled workers, and children. That number will increase dramatically over the next few years. Social Security’s future will impact everyone, regardless of age, gender, race or physical condition.
Call Angela Foreshaw for further information at 215-519-4648.
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