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December 2019

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Roundtable for Boomers and Seniors – Session II, Living With Hearing Loss

The Roundtable for Boomers & Seniors provides an opportunity for constituents to come together to explore life issues that are relevant across the age span. At each session, attendees hear from and engage with professionals who are knowledgeable on topics that are of most concern to the growing population of older adults in New York City. Over the course of five sessions, the Roundtable looks at a specific issue from different perspectives each month. This year’s series will focus on Living Well and Aging Well in Your Community. The second roundtable will take place Thursday, December 12 from 8:30 to…

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February 2020

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Forum on Scams

On Friday, February 7th, I and my colleague Senator Jose Serrano are hosting a Forum on Scams. The forum will offer information on how to protect yourself and your loved ones from predatory phone calls, emails and letters.  Officers from the 19th Precinct will provide information on specific scams, do’s and don’t’s, and who to contact to report scams. The forum will take place from 2PM to 4PM at Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center, 415 East 93rd Street, between 1st Avenue and the FDR. To RSVP, visit https://tinyurl.com/ScamForum2020 or call 212-490-9435.

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2020 NYS Budget Forum In Manhattan

The New York State budget for 2020-2021 is being negotiated in Albany right now. The process began with the release of the Governor’s Executive Budget Proposal, and will culminate with a final budget passed by April 1st. Join your neighbors to share your opinions about budget priorities. Anyone is welcome to offer oral or written testimony. If you would like to speak, please indicate it when you RSVP at the link below. Each speaker will have up to three (3) minutes to speak. Time limits will be strictly enforced. Written testimony can be submitted via email ahead of or after…

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April 2020

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Roundtable for Boomers and Seniors – Session IV, Living Well vs. Living Forever

The Roundtable for Boomers & Seniors provides an opportunity for constituents to come together to explore life issues that are relevant across the age span. At each session, attendees hear from and engage with professionals who are knowledgeable on topics that are of most concern to the growing population of older adults in New York City. Over the course of five sessions, the Roundtable looks at a specific issue from different perspectives each month. This year’s series will focus on Living Well as We Age in the Community.   The fourth roundtable session will take place Thursday, April 2nd from…

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Older Adult Job Search Strategies and Employment Fair – Day 1

This Spring I am hosting a 2-day employment assistance event aimed at older adults. Space is limited, RSVP required. Due to limited space, the fair is only open to constituents of the 28th Senate District. Job Search Strategies and Support Thursday, April 25th Co-sponsored with NYPL Business Library (SIBL) 10am – 1pm Job coaching, resume development, LinkedIn workshop, and photo shoot. Job Fair with 20+ employers seeking to hire older adults Friday, April 26th 10am – 1pm Bring your resume To RSVP for these events, email lkrueger@nysenate.gov or call 212-490-9535.

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Older Adult Job Search Strategies and Employment Fair – Day 2

Senator Krueger’s 2020 Older Adult Job Search Strategies and Employment Fair will be held on April 14th and April 15th at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, 331 East 70th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.   Tuesday, April 14th  9:45am - 1pm Co-sponsored by the NYPL Business Library (SIBL) Job Search Strategies and Support Job search guidance for the mature worker, including how to make persuasive pitch during an interview. Limited employment coaching slots available for advanced job seekers. To reserve a coaching slot, you must have a resume, and at least one job posting. Slots are limited; reserve in advance.…

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Chasing COVID: Part 1

Senator Krueger's Virtual Town Hall Series Chasing COVID: Part 1 Understanding The Impact Of The Virus On Community Health On Thursday, April 23rd from 7pm - 8pm, join Senator Krueger and Dr. Denis Nash, Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology, Executive Director CUNY Institute for Implementation Science and Population Health for the first of two virtual Town Halls on COVID-19. Part 1 will look at COVID-19’s impact on community health. Part 2 will address Taking Care of Your Own and Your Family's Health – please stay tuned for additional details.Dr. Nash is an Epidemiologist and the principal researcher on Chasing COVID, a study…

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October 2020

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Senator Krueger’s Virtual Senior Resource Fair

Senator Krueger's Virtual Senior Resource Fair This year's Senior Resource Fair is going virtual! On October 13th, 14th and 15th from 2 pm – 3:30 pm we will have presentations about resources you can access online about arts and culture, exercise and meditation, and job search for people over 50. Join us for one or more of these events. See below for more information and registration details. ARTS AND CULTURE Tuesday, October 13th from 2 pm – 3:30 pm Join us at the theater, at a lecture, and a concert, look at art in the museum, and attend class at…

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December 2021

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Look Out and Stand Up for Each Other: Non-Violent Bystander Intervention Training

"Look Out and Stand Up for Each Other: Non-Violent Bystander Intervention Training”   A Virtual Town Hall for Teens sponsored by Senator Liz Krueger And the New York City Commission on Human Rights Wednesday, December 8th from 7pm – 8:15pm Look out and stand up for your peers! Together let’s create a more inclusive and peaceful environment! Learn what you can do to support other students who are targets of bullying and discrimination. This training is for high school students. Parents and Caregivers are welcome too. This New York City Commission on Human Rights training for high school students can…

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January 2022

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Virtual Town Hall on the New York State Homeowner Assistance Fund

State Senators Liz Krueger and Brian Kavanagh Invite You to a Virtual Town Hall on the New York State Homeowner Assistance Fund Thursday, January 6th from 7pm - 8:30pm Are you a low or middle-income coop shareholder, condo owner, or small homeowner who has been financially affected by COVID-19 and fallen behind in your mortgage, property tax, or monthly maintenance fees? You may be eligible for help from the New York State Homeowner Assistance Fund which will start accepting applications on January 3rd. The Homeowner Assistance Fund is a federally-funded program administered by the New York State Office of Homes…

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