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August 16, 2012

“Let’s Talk Money” Free Financial Education Workshop August 16th

State Farm’s Tim Winter will be presenting a free financial education workshop on August 16, 2012 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM. The workshop, “Let’s Talk Money,” will include information on the benefits of having a bank account, different types of bank accounts, different ways to save money, and the costs and benefits of using credit cards.

Everyone is welcome! Refreshments, courtesy of Uncle Ralph’s Cookies, will be served.

Please call Jennifer to reserve your spot at 301-662-4225 x1216.

Jennifer is IHA’s Housing Services Coordinator, as well as the Property Manager for IHA’s Weinberg House senior apartments and Natelli Manor family apartments, both in Frederick.

Jennifer is collaborating with financial professionals from the community to present topics such as budgeting, basic banking, fraud prevention, foreclosure prevention and recovery, and credit/debt management. If you would like to be one of the workshop presenters, please contact Jennifer at 301-662-4225 x1216 or jminnick@interfaithhousing.org.

Upcoming workshops include:

September 13th
“Basic Banking”
Presented by: Kellie Putman with Woodsboro Bank
6:30-7:30pm at IHA’s main office – 731 N. Market Street, Frederick

September 25th
“Identity Theft”
Presented by: Social Security Administration
Location: Weinberg House Apartments, 222 Broadway St., Frederick, MD 21701
1:00-2:00pm

September 25th
“Debt Snowball”
Presented by: Cindy Trawick with Second Chances Garage
6:30-7:30pm at IHA’s main office – 731 N. Market Street, Frederick

October 16th
“The Secrets Behind Having Good Credit & How to Repair Your Credit”
Presented by: Sherrie Smith & Any Haught with Nation’s Lending Corp.
6:30-7:30pm at IHA’s main office – 731 N. Market Street, Frederick

October 23rd
“Recovering from Foreclosure”
Presented by: Sherrie Smith & Any Haught with Nation’s Lending Corp.
6:30-7:30pm at IHA’s main office – 731 N. Market Street, Frederick

These workshops are part of IHA’s Housing First program in Frederick County funded by grants from the United Way of Frederick County and PNC Bank.

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