Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery – The Spring Gathering

Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery cordially invite you to

The Spring Gathering
Saturday April 18, 2015 9:30 am
Westwood First Presbyterian Church
3011 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45211
(Driving directions below)


Theme: Radical Justice

Speakers: Mary Ann Jacobs and Tracey Collins

“Understanding and Combatting Elder Financial Abuse”


Registration, Fellowship, and Resources: 9:30 AM

Worship, Dedication of the Least Coin Offering, and Program: 10:00 AM

Luncheon: 12 Noon

Cost for the Luncheon-No Charge

Martie Patterson’s daughters have generously offered to cover the luncheon costs in memory of Martie for all the time and love that she gave to both PWP and PW at Westwood First.


Contact Jeri Rathkamp at 385-4809 for reservations

Reservations are due by Tuesday, April 14th


Together in Service Project: Living Hope Transitional Homes

They could use cards from WalMart, Target, Kroger, Kohls,

Gift certificates for movies, restaurants.


Our April program will focus on “Understanding and Combatting Elder Financial Abuse.”  Our presenters will be Mary Ann Jacobs and Tracey Collins.  Mary Ann received her B.A. in Economics and Political Science at Miami University and her J. D. at University of Cincinnati.  She is a Senior Partner at the Ritter & Randolph law firm and primarily practices Elder Law and Estate Planning.  Currently, Mary Ann is Vice Moderator of Presbytery, is a member of St. John’s Westminster Union Church, and serves on the Board of Trustees for the Alzheimer’s Association of Cincinnati.  She has also been affiliated with the Llanfair Retirement Community and the Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services.   Tracey Collins is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and received her Masters of Sociology at University of Kentucky.  She is the Executive Director of CASS (Cincinnati Area Senior Services), serving 14 years.  Previously, Tracey worked at Beech Acres providing Family Outreach Services.   Both ladies have extensive experience in helping seniors, and will explain current scams and other ways to avoid exploitation.

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