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Still April, Still Financial Capability Month in Minnesota

The Financial Capability Team in Family Resiliency has been offering events and workshops throughout the month to help educate and empower the organizations, communities, families, and individuals we work with across Minnesota. Next Tuesday (April 28), we’re involved in no less than three events:
  1. Using Children's Literature to Teach Financial Literacy, 10–11 a.m., Hibbing Public Library. Extension Educator Lori Hendrickson will talk with parents about the importance of saving using the children's book Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday, by Judith Viorst. Learn more about Using Children's Literature to Teach Financial Literacy.
  2. Your Money, Your Goals Webinar, 10–11:30 a.m. University of Minnesota is teaming up with Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and Minnesota Department of Commerce to offer a Your Money, Your Goals webinar. Learn more and register.
  3. Minnesota Department of Commerce Roundtable, 1–4:30 p.m., Minnesota History Center, St. Paul. Minnesota's financial education and empowerment community will come together for the Financial Capability Roundtable, at which FD Associate Dean Karen Shirer will be a panelist. Learn more and register.
See all April’s events here: April is Financial Capability Month.

Mary Jo Katras
Extension Educator — Family Resiliency

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