A series of programs designed to help senior citizens and their adult children make some of life's more difficult decisions is continuing at the Grove City United Methodist Church.

A series of programs designed to help senior citizens and their adult children make some of life's more difficult decisions is continuing at the Grove City United Methodist Church.

"Taking Care of Tomorrow," which opened on April 10, will meet again this evening from 7 to 8:30 in the worship center of the church, 2684 Columbus St.

Attorney Tom Clark is scheduled to provide information on legal issues for not only older residents but also people in the so-called "Sandwich Generation," who find themselves having to take care of both their parents and their own children.

The free seminar continues for two additional sessions:

May 8, with Dr. Michelle Morris of Flowers Family Practice discussing health issues

May 15, with the Rev. Tom Wilson, interim senior pastor at Grove City United Methodist, speaking on "Your Spiritual Health."

It is not necessary to have attended previous seminar sessions.

For information, contact the Rev. Erma Clark, minister of pastoral care, at 875-5612, extension 145.