Join Us for AHCU's 59th Annual Meeting
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Location: The Courtyards of Andover
13545 Martin Street Northwest
Andover, MN 55304
Schedule of Events
6:00 PM – Social Hour
6:30 PM – Dinner Begins
7:00 PM – Business Meeting Begins
8:00 PM – Meeting Ends
Ticket Sales Have Closed.
All AHCU Members are Welcome to Attend the Business Meeting Portion of the Evening, No Ticket is Required. The Business Meeting Does Not Include a Meal.
Food & Beverage
Hors d‘oeuvres will be served during social hour. Complimentary beverages include water, coffee, and soda. A cash bar with assorted alcoholic selections.
Entrées available include:
Chicken & salmon entrees include roasted red potatoes, seasonal vegetables and Caesar salad. Pasta includes Caesar salad.
A variety of bars and cookies will be available for dessert.
Chicken Supreme – Grilled chicken breast served with sage dressing and white wine sauce.
Broiled Salmon – Filet served with lemon dill cream sauce.
Penne Alfredo – Roasted vegetable mix over penne noodles with alfredo sauce.
Keynote Speaker - Betsy Mevissen
This year, we have the privilege of a local speaker from Minnesota Elder Justice Center, Betsy Mevissen. Betsy will be sharing tips and tools to identifying financial exploitation and scams.
Betsy Mevissen is the Victim Services Manager at Minnesota Elder Justice Center. She joined MEJC in March 2020 and is passionate about supporting individuals and the community to address and heal elder abuse concerns. She has provided holistic and client-centered domestic abuse advocacy for over 12 years, and she holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Bethel University. Her self care includes gardening, cross country skiing, and listening to the music her family makes.
Financial exploitation and financial fraud/scams can happen in many ways and to anyone. Together we will touch base on a few of the ways people may be financially victimized; the vulnerabilities, warning signs, and costs of financial exploitation; and protective factors people can consider.
To learn about Minnesota Elder Justice Center, visit their website.