AUBURN — Sarah Cecil, marketing and development manager at SeniorsPlus, will address the A-L Rotary Club breakfast at 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the Auburn United Methodist Church, 439 Park Ave. Breakfast is $10.

SeniorsPlus is Western Maine’s designated Agency on Aging, with a mission to enrich the lives of older people and adults with disabilities.

Sarah Cecil, marketing and development manager at SeniorsPlus, will be the guest speaker at the June 12 A-L Rotary breakfast meeting.

Cecil is one of 14 people in Maine and New Hampshire who have been trained in peer facilitation of evidence-based recommendations related to reframing aging and elder abuse by the FrameWorks Institute, a research organization based in Washington, D.C., as part of a statewide Reframing Aging Initiative.

The goal of the initiative is to inspire a more informed and productive conversation about aging and what it means for policies, practices and communities. A graduate of Brown University, Cecil has many years of nonprofit experience as well as editorial experience, including editing college-level psychology and sociology textbooks for McGraw-Hill.