AARP Real Possibilities, 41st Annual Forum

Last Updated on December 28, 2017

AARP Real Possibilities Maryland 41st Annual Forum

January 17, 2018, Wednesday, 8 AM – 1 PM

Miller Senate Building, East & West
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, Maryland 210401

United Seniors of Maryland is a consortium of organizations that advocate to preserve and enhance the mental, physical, and financial well-being of Maryland Seniors. AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that helps people 50 and older improve the quality of their lives.

We anticipate at our Forum over five hundred seniors and 12 exhibitors. Our Senior Marylanders will brave the January weather to attend the Forum to hear from our elected officials and meet with local delegations to exchange ideas. United Seniors of Maryland & AARP Maryland seek your support. Space limitations allow for only 500 attendees – so sign up early! The Forum is the largest senior event in Annapolis.


  • Gov. Larry Hogan – invited
  • President Mike Miller
  • House Speaker Mike Busch
  • Majority & Minority Leadership
  • AELR Senate Chairman
  • Hot Legislative Briefings
  • Caucus with your Elected Leadership
  • Breakfast Treats & Box Lunch
  • Stay and watch the Session Hearings after 1 PM

Please register immediately! If you have any questions, please contact Dave Roseman, Forum Chair at or Elizabeth Weglein, President at and 410-608-7966. Please send a check made out to United Seniors at Maryland and your full contact information to:

United Seniors of Maryland
P.O. Box 1094
Sparks Maryland 21152

Yes, USM can count on your support. Please send our check in the amount of $ ____ to reserve your registration. Event is rain, snow or shine. USM reserves the right to cancel due to weather or other events. No refunds USM 503c(4).

Pamela Stiner – New Charlestown Director of Finance

Last Updated on February 10, 2018

CATONSVILLE, MD (December 14, 2017) – Erickson Living has named Pamela Stiner the Director of Finance for Charlestown retirement community. She will be responsible for supporting the financial needs of Charlestown, including overseeing all fiscal operations, managing the revenue and receivable processes, and ensuring the long-term financial stability of the organization.

Stiner’s extensive career has included sales, operations and finance. She served previously as Assistant Director of Finance for Ann’s Choice, an Erickson Living community in Warminster, PA. She also served as District Financial Operations Director./Controller for Neopost USA in Norristown, PA, and as Regional Finance Director for Aramark in Philadelphia, PA.

Stiner holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, PA.

She and her husband, Phil, along with their son, Henry, will be relocating from Philadelphia to Baltimore.

Sassy Seniors Perform

Sassy Seniors Perform

Last Updated on December 4, 2017

Sassy Seniors Perform

If you’re walking through the halls and you hear voices singing and toes tapping, follow your ears; you just might get to catch a performance of Charlestown’s own musical and variety group, the Sassy Seniors.  The group’s leader and creative director, Norma Wolff, came to Charlestown with a love for dance and line-dancing, but couldn’t find any such existing activities or groups — so she started her own, including teaching interested newbies.  One class led to two, and it wasn’t long before she found herself talking to classmates about forming a performance group.

Now up to nine members, Sassy Seniors have put together a one hour program of song, dance, and musical skits with a few jokes sprinkled in here and there.  They are performing to audiences off campus at nearby senior centers and retirement communities.  They do it for the love and fun of performing but are also garnering fees which they donate entirely to Charlestown’s Benevolent Care Fund.

The group would surely appreciate help adding one more member – a soprano, and any publicity referrals we can provide to possible venues at churches, neighborhood and senior centers.

Sassy Seniors:  Norma Wolff, Max Wolff, Barbara Fleming, Bill Fleming, Joan Jewens, Faye McNierney, Marie Skane, Sherry Stewart, Marian Whitman

Pictures below are from their recent performance at the Arbutus Senior Center:

For information please contact:  Norma Wolff