Foundation News – by Gerry Hafer
- The Foundation’s two NSSA Certified Social Security Advisors—Smokey Wist and Cathy “CJ” Miles—were acknowledged in a local resident newspaper this week, and are now handling an uptick in the volume of calls from residents regarding their personal Social Security questions. Having these certified resources available further validates the Foundation as a source of credible information and guidance for AMAC’s membership.
- AMAC’s “Comeback Kid,” the 67-year old member coming out of retirement to compete on Florida’s short track stock car circuit, is recovering from a major accident in his inaugural event on January 24. He’s OK, but the car was demolished. His brand new race car was carrying AMAC credentials, and will do so again when it’s rebuilt. (The “Comeback Kid” was featured in the Fall, 2014 edition of the AMAC Advantage magazine.)
- Plans have been set for the first edition of “AMAC Connects,” the technology for seniors program being offered by the AMAC Foundation. The first session will focus on Windows 8 & 10, and has been scheduled for Friday March 20 in the Leesburg office. This program is being delivered as a collaboration between the Foundation and the Lake County Library System.