Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A Week full of Money Smarts and a chance to meet a Hidden Child of the Holocauust

Money Smart Week has finally arrived!  Join us for any or all of this week's presentations.

Wednesday, 4-5pm, Marsha Palmer, of Lincoln County's Extension Office, shares the "Power of Prevention".  Learn how diet and exercise really do make a difference in preventing chronic diseases.  What better way to save money than staying healthy?

Thursday, 4-5pm, Rachel Weber and Stephanie Gillespie, of the local Workforce Solutions Office, have two mini-presentations: 1. look at your budget and 2. how you can get a better job to improve your finances.

Friday, 10-11am, Rob Turner leads a team from First National Bank.  How can a bank help you reach your financial goals?

International Holocaust Remembrance Day,  April 18

Saturday, Andy Holden, speaks from 11 am to noon.  Mr. Holden shares his first-hand experience of World War II, when his Jewish family hid him with a Christian family in Amsterdam to evade seizure by the Nazis.  If you have read about Anne Frank, here's a chance to meet living history.

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