The February 9th educational presentation will be “Scam Proof Your Life: 11 Ways to Stop Fraud
NOW!” and will be led by Amy Nofziger, Director AARP Fraud Watch Network.
Participants will learn what everyone can do TODAY to protect yourself as well as smart, long-term behaviors that all consumers should adopt. Together these tips will help protect you and those you love in the coming year. Remember the best defense against fraud is you!
February’s AgingWell participants will also be treated to a cooking demonstration by Chef Greg Rollins, Executive Chef at the Graylyn Estate and International Conference Center, located in Winston-Salem. Chef Rollins, will be sharing how to create a grilled chicken Caesar salad complete with homemade croutons and Parmesan crisps. While this dish is easy to prepare, it is delicious and elegant enough for any special occasion.
Rounding out the feature segments for February’s AgingWell will be a virtual road-trip to Seagrove, NC, to the studio of two renowned hometown potters, Terry King and his daughter Crystal King. Together these two artists will share the story of some of North Carolina’s most unusual folk art pottery- face jugs. Participants will see examples of some of the earliest and most rare pots as well as pieces from contemporary artists who are working to ensure the tradition of this most unique artwork lives on!
This Series is sponsored by the Wake Forest Baptist Health, Sticht Center for Healthy Aging and Alzheimer’s Prevention and is presented from 5:30-6:30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month via Zoom.