SCAN to Hold Leaders of Distinction Luncheon
The Senior Citizens Activities Network (SCAN) will be hosting its 32nd annual Leaders of Distinction Luncheon October 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club, 20 Shore Oaks Drive, Farmingdale, NJ. The five honorees include Susan M. Kiley, County Commissioner Deputy Director; former SCAN Executive Director Pat Bohse; Jack Livingstone, SCAN Member and instructor; and the organizations Monmouth University and the Grunin Foundation.
Mike Ciavolino, executive director of SCAN said, “We’re very excited about this year’s luncheon and our distinguished slate of honorees. Each of these individuals and organizations have made significant contributions to the senior citizens of Monmouth and Ocean counties.”
Since 1988, SCAN has been New Jersey’s premier non-profit provider of social education, and health and wellness programs for adults. The organization provides the community with programming to promote healthy lifestyles, continuing education, and access to community and economic resources to keep seniors active, healthy, and connected.
SCAN has conducted virtual classes to more than 400 seniors and financial literacy through the Benefit Enrollment Center to 386 limited income seniors. SCAN’s Benefit Enrollment Center (BEC) connects Medicare beneficiaries and disabled adults of limited income to the benefits they may be entitled to receive in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
For tickets and sponsorship information for the 32nd annual luncheon, visit ww.scannj.org or call 732-542-1326. For more information about SCAN, contact Mike Ciavolino at MichaelC@scanj.org .
About SCAN: Senior Citizens Activities Network (SCAN) serves the 55+ community in Monmouth and Ocean counties enriching their lives with programming to promote healthy lifestyles, continuing education, and access to community and economic resources to keep them active, healthy and connected.