The 16th annual Marshall County Senior Expo presented by the Marshall County Council on Aging will be held Thursday, October 19th at Plymouth High School.

Activities begin at 8 a.m. with a free breakfast being provided by Pilgrim Manor. Lunch will also be provided free of charge to attendees and is hosted by Miller’s Merry Manor. 

This year there are over 50 vendors on display and visit.  Participants will find everything from insurance, hospice, financial institutions, nursing homes, home health care, hearing aids, assisted living, adult daycare, caption phones, and more.

The Senior Expo also offers several free health screenings like hearing tests, depressing screenings, checks for glaucoma, grip strength, and blood pressure checks.  Visitors can also get a flu shot, Tetanus booster, COVID-19 vaccine, or shingles vaccine.

There’s entertainment all day long and participants should plan to spend a couple hours eating, visiting with friends, enjoying the entertainment, and viewing the various vendors.

For a free ride to the Senior Expo call the Council on Aging at 574-936-9904.    This year’s Marshall County Senior Expo on Thursday, October 19th is presented by the Marshall County Council on Aging and sponsored by Miller’s Health System, Inguard, Deaton Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home, Real Services, Pilgrim Manor, the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office and Beacon Credit Union.