President of COSCO to speak to seniors in Mission

Lorraine Logan will talk about planned advocacy work and getting seniors involved

Lorraine Logan, president, COSCO a 100,000-member group representing seniors (Council of Seniors Citizen Organizations of BC).  Logan will be speaking to seniors at the Mission Seniors’ Centre Association on Thursday Oct. 2, at 10:30 a.m.

The Seniors’ Centre is located at33100 10th Avenue, Mission, BC (north on Talbutt Street behind the Leisure Centre).  As a newly elected president of COSCO, Logan will describe the advocacy planned and how seniors can get involved to make seniors’ lives better.

While present, why not join MSCA, for only $ 10 annual membership. This is a monthly feature of MSCA guest speakers program to inform seniors about current events.  All seniors 55+ are welcome to attend.

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