14 2015

The New Senior Woman with Thelma Reese

12:00PM - 2:00PM  

Congregation B'nai Israel 6525 Sylvania Ave
Sylvania, OH

Contact Senior Registrations

$ Cost $ 5.00


The New Senior Woman - Reinventing the Years Beyond Mid-Life

by Barbara Fleischer and (special guest) Thelma Reese

Congregation B'nai Israel,

6525 Sylvania Ave.


$5 per person (includes author presentation and one paperback copy per person or family)

As people live longer and better lives, both women and men may look forward to many years in retirement. But, living well in retirement depends on a variety of decisions people make as they prepare for and enter this new chapter of life and living. This book is for and about women approaching and experiencing life in their senior years. This largest and fastest-growing part of the population is living in a manner very different from our mothers, whose roles in life were much more predictable and circumscribed than ours. Today’s senior women live longer, are healthier, better educated, more involved in the world, and more active than the women who preceded us. Figuring out these uncharted years without role models or guideposts can be challenging, but, here, the authors gather the stories of today’s senior women, who have jumped hurdles, answered questions, and made decisions they never saw their mothers make.

The book addresses questions about living arrangements, adult children, loss of a spouse or partner, relationships and friendships, part time work, social connections, health concerns and more. Facing these new situations with class, dignity, sass, and smarts, these women reveal the various ways today’s senior women can live and love her retirement years.

Registration and payment requested by Monday, March 30 to guarantee a copy of the book. We will continue to accept registrations until Monday, April 6. Contact registration@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0354.

For more information, contact Rene Rusgo at rene@JewishToledo.org or call 419-531-2119​

Sponsor: Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo