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Creative retirement
ASHEVILLE ó The “Paths to Creative Retirement” workshop at the University of North Carolina at Asheville June 22-24 has only a few spaces still available for couples and individuals seeking assistance in planning for life’s second half.
Paths is sponsored by the award-winning N.C. Center for Creative Retirement (NCCCR), a non-profit lifelong learning and service organization. Registration for the workshop is available by calling 828-251-6140, visiting www.pathstocreativeretirement.com or e-mailing snodgras@unca.edu.
Through lectures and small group work sessions, Paths participants explore goals and personal values related to their retirement years, including second careers, community service or special talents. At the end of the weekend, Paths graduates have the outline for a retirement plan and the tools needed to make their plans become reality.
The cost for the Friday-Sunday program is $750 per person, which includes all materials and most meals. The deadline for registering for the June seminar is May 31.

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