Attorney MaryEtta C. Marks will alert the public about new and current methods of identity theft during a discussion scheduled at 11 a.m. Thursday, October 4th, in the fireside room of the Congregational Church of the Messiah, 7300 Manchester Ave., Westchester.

Admission is free.

Marks earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1976 at Pomona College. She received her master’s degree in public administration and a Juris Doctorate in 1979 at USC.

A lunch will follow the discussion in Arlington Hall. The lunch is $4 and reservations should be made at (310) 823-5636, by Tuesday, October 2nd.

The Congregational Church of the Messiah is on the southwest corner of Manchester Avenue and Rayford Street, one block west of Lincoln Boulevard, in Westchester. Parking is available in the alley behind the church.

Information, (310) 670-3227.