Christ UMC Hosts Julie Baumgardner For Boomers, Shaker And Beyond's February Program

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

First Things First’s Julie Baumgardner will speak on how to make retirement meaningful and productive, at Boomers, Shakers and Beyond’s program Feb. 7 at 1 p.m.

Julie Baumgardner is the President and CEO of First Things First, an organization dedicated to strengthening families. As an advocate for healthy marriage and family, Baumgardner speaks on these issues both locally and nationally.  In addition to her weekly column on family issues in the Chattanooga Times-Free Press, she also hosts a weekly talk show on public television, First Things First with Julie Baumgardner, discussing topics relevant to marriage and family.

The program will be held Feb. 7 at 1 p.m. in the Youth Center at Christ United Methodist Church on 8645 East Brainerd Road (across from Publix). Registration for the event can be made at ChristChurchChatt.org under Get connected>Adult>Small groups.

Boomers, Shakers, and Beyond is a community enrichment program designed for adults 50 + focusing on mind, body, and spirit. The program is designed for learning new things, enhancing old skills, exchanging thoughts on numerous topics, meeting new people, participating in community service projects, and in general having a great time.



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