Planning for the future was the theme of this week’s Coffee & Conversation program at Pride Center.
Andrew Jimenez, an attorney with Jimenez Law Offices, spoke to the senior group about getting legal matters in order.
“This is the season we think about who gets the gift and who gets the coal and that’s what we can help you with,” Jimenez said.
Along with including or excluding nieces or nephews from your will, Jimenez mentioned the current Supreme Court case of Masterpiece Cakeshop vs. Colorado Civil Rights Division.
“Our community still faces unique legal challenges,” Jimenez said. “We are all very concerned.”
Elsewhere in the program, Pride Center Chief Executive Officer Robert Boo reminded the group the center is collecting children’s toys for students at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale.
Dick Huiteman, spokesman for Seniors Acting Up!, announced the play reading group will perform at the center, Dec. 19 at 1:15 p.m. The troupe will perform the final scene of Harvey Fierstein’s “Torch Song Trilogy” along with scenes from “A Tuna Christmas” and the income tax episode from the Burns & Allen Radio Show.
A Celebration of Friends President Tom Pence announced a toga contest would be part of next month’s January Jamboree (Jan. 25 to 29) at the Ramada Fort Lauderdale Oakland Park Inn.
Next week’s sponsor is Senior Spot Adult Day Care. For more information, contact Bruce Williams, Senior Services Coordinator at 954-463-9005, ext. 109.