The Mall at Johnson City and Simple Elegance Tennessee would like to invite you to be a guest at the Golden Years Senior Expo on July 30th in the Mall at Johnson City. The event will be held in the Mall at Johnson City from 10am to 2pm, inside the old Charlotte Russe space across from Dick’s Sporting Goods. “The Golden Years Senior Expo is for seniors and their loved ones. The expo will be informative, helpful, empowering, and of course fun! Aging can be overwhelming, but we aim to present many of the resources, services, and opportunities available to local seniors. This expo is an opportunity for seniors, their families, friends, and caregivers to meet local businesses and service providers and learn about what is available in the Tri-Cities to meet their needs and live life to the fullest,” said Mary Grace Wooten of Simple Elegance Tennessee, co-organizer of the senior expo.
Attendees of the Golden Years Senior Expo will enjoy a day of local and national exhibitors ready to discuss what they have to offer such as Dr. Wolfe and Dr. Costello who have recently moved to the area from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their practice focuses on diagnosing and correcting root causes of disease. Dominion Senior Living of Johnson City which offers assisted living services and memory care to area seniors will also be at the expo, along with many other local professionals.“We understand that today’s senior community has a dynamic lifestyle and are looking for ways to stay healthy, active and engaged. This expo will do that. There will also be a free breakfast at 9am and bingo after the expo at the food court in the mall, sponsored by Townview Independent Senior Living of Johnson City. The expo will have free samples, giveaways, interactive activities, live entertainment, and more,” Wooten continued.
Admission is free and open to the public. More information about the show, including the latest list of exhibitors and speakers is on Facebook.com/
Golden Years Senior Living Expo at The Mall at Johnson City
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