Families, money, habits
Learn secrets to help your children become savvy consumers at "Families, Money and Habits: A $1 trillion opportunity," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Woodbury Lutheran Church.
Speaker Nathan Dungan will share what it takes to inspire, motivate and encourage the next generation to achieve long-term success by developing healthy money habits. In this interactive workshop, Dungan will help you talk about, think about and "do" money in a way that honors your values. The program is recommended for children, fourth grade and above, parents, youth workers, teachers and anyone with a concern for the financial future of the community.
Dungan is the founder and president of Share Save Spend, an organization that helps youth and adults "achieve financial sanity by developing and maintaining healthy financial habits
The free seminar is sponsored by Woodbury Lutheran Church, and promoted in cooperation with South Washington County Community Education and the Youth Service Bureau. Free childcare is available but must be reserved by calling (651) 739-5144, ext. 236. Leave a name, phone number, number of children and ages.