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Gatzke Completes United Way Internship July-17-2014
Brittany Gatzke is a senior at Southwest Minnesota State University and is double majoring in Early Childhood Elementary Education and Early Childhood Special Education. She is originally from Hitchco
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Born Learning Trail Open & Ribbon Cutting Planned July-14-2014
United Way of Southwest Minnesota, the City of Granite Falls, Granite Falls Kiwanis, Bursch Travel and The Sawmill are excited to bring a Born Learning Trail (BLT) to Granite Falls to help parents and
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Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive July-10-2014
Help area children get a good start to the school year by providing some new school supplies or hygiene products.  Donation collection barrels and boxes are in place at Shopko, Wal-Mart, Marshall
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New Board Members and Officers for United Way of Southwest Minnesota July-10-2014
United Way of Southwest Minnesota has elected new officers and directors for the organization for the 2014-15 fiscal year.  Joining the board as new directors are Mark Schnaser, Marshall, Taylor
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I Scream, You Scream....We All Scream for Cold Stone! July-8-2014
The team of Ambassadors at the Lyon County Courthouse will be serving up Cold Stone Creamery on Wednesday, July 9th from 12:00pm-2:30pm outside the courthouse. Look for the Cold Stone truck on 6th Str
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- "It's Your Money" Workshops Scheduled

"It's Your Money...manage it, protect it, help it grow" is a series of workshops based upon realistic and practical information about managing money.  The 3-part series will be held at Marshall-Lyon County Library on Monday, Feb 25; Monday, March 11 and Monday, March 25.  All workshops will be held from 5:45 - 7:00 PM.  CLICK HERE for flyer.

 

The Feb 25 session will focus on planning spending and saving.  The March 11 session will focus on managing credit and debt.  The March 25 session will be about protecting privacy and preventing identity theft.

 

The workshops are free and open to the public.  These are sponsored by the Financial Empowerment Collaborative, local people who care about the financial stability of people in this area.  Resources and links can be found at the FEC webpage: MarshallMoney.org