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Thursday Special Events

• During each semester, the CLL sponsors free Noontime "Lunch-and-Learn" events every Thursday from noon until 12:45 p.m.
• The events cover a wide range of topics and include Q&A when time allows.
• All presentations are held on the UWF Campus in Fort Walton Beach in the Auditorium.
• The campus address is 1170 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
• Bring a sack lunch, bottled water, and enjoy these informative and entertaining presentations
• The CLL events are open to the public, so feel free to bring your family and friends with you!

Date Presenter Topic
Sept 22 Alaine Willis Alaine Willis is a local Medical Social Worker. Her main topic will be Medicare and Veteran Benefits. She will address both the veterans' benefits as well as spouses' entitlements. She is also well versed on community resources available to seniors and where to access them.
Sept 29 Deputy Patterson and Beau (the dog) Deputy Patterson has been with the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office for 23 years. He has spent most of that time working with dual-purpose K9, Flask, and Dax patrols. Presently, he and Beau are assigned to a unit in the north end of the county. Beau is an 8-month-old bloodhound, certified in tracking by the ASPCA, that helps locate missing children/adults in the county.
Oct 6Jan Campbell (Archeologist) For more than 11,000 years, humans have lived in Northwest Florida. Their way of living is contained in a rich archaeological record. Today's speaker will present major aspects of their history. Topics will include early nomadic bands, mound builders, pioneer settlers, and the present-day involvement in space exploration.
Oct 13 Jean-Paul Pentecouteau (Architect)
Date Presenter
Oct 20 Malcolm Mark Swan (Audubon)
Oct 27 Ed Hubbard (Vietnam POW and Motivational Speaker)
Nov 3 Master Gardeners
Nov 10 Final Follies
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