Money seminar set at Georgetown school

Money seminar set at Georgetown school

GEORGETOWN — Project Success of Vermilion County will sponsor "Money Smart Week Parent University" on April 15.

It is free and open to all families of Mary Miller Junior High School students in the Georgetown-Ridge Farm school district.

The seminar is from 5:30 to 7 p.m. April 15 at the school, 414 W. West St., Georgetown.

The seminar will be presented by University of Illinois Extension staff. Topics that will be covered include: Where does my money go, how can I keep more of it, strategies for saving money, family budgeting and more.

Kids will be treated to their own activities including "Paint the Pig" and money bingo.

Sloppy joe sandwiches will be served. There also will be door prizes.

To register, call Project Success at 446-3200.

Project Success of Vermilion County is funded through 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Teen REACH and other community supports.

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