Forecast for Retired Spring Conference: Chilly!

Antarctic, Everest Tales on Agenda; Antiques, Solar Eclipse also Set

It may be spring, but the NSEA-Retired Spring Conference will certainly put forth a chilly vibe for attendees!

The keynote will be delivered by Lincolnite Robert Kay, who will tell how “I Conquered Everest!” Kay will detail his planning and ascent to the top of the world’s tallest mountain.

Later in the day, the Spotlight on Nebraska speaker, Shannon Fickes, will discuss “Living, Working, Surviving and Thriving in Antarctica.”

Those events will be two of many highlights crammed into the single-day agenda on Thursday, April 20, in Lincoln.

Also on the conference agenda will be a series of breakout sessions, including a review and appraisal of your older and antique pieces entitled Antiques: Trash or Treasure; an update on the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017 – an event that will happen in August 2017; a breakout on herb gardening; a session on the Transformative Power of Music; and the latest update on the Educators Health Alliance and Medicare insurance options.

The day will wrap up with an afternoon dessert reception.

The conference will open with registration at 8:30 a.m., with the keynote at 9 a.m. All activities will be held at Wilderness Ridge Country Club near 27th and Yankee Hill Road in Lincoln.

There is no charge for NSEA-Retired members to attend. The cost for guests is $10. Questions? Contact NSEA’s Rebecca Smith at 1-800-742-0047. Also watch the NSEA-Retired website for updates. That website is at: