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Basic Reading - WS16

Free

with Michael Trombley

Jan 26, 2016 at 9 am, runs for 15 weeks

Basic reading skills include language, concentration, visual processing skills, auditory processing skills, memory and reasoning. In this class the focus will be on alphabetics, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency using authentic materials such as newspapers, maps, charts, medicine bottles, doctor’s instructions, driver manuals, label reading, job notices, applications and cooking instructions.

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Debt: Are You in the Safe or Danger Zone? - WS16

Free

with Debra Kantor

Jan 25, 2016 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Credit can be a blessing and a burden. Using credit wisely helps you build a strong credit history and secure loans and mortgages. However, credit use can lead you into trouble with poor credit scores and debt. Learn how to calculate if you are in the SAFE ZONE or DANGER ZONE for debt. Do you know your credit score? It's a short number with big power and impact on the interest rates for any money you borrow. This workshop will explain the many options for borrowing money, and more importantly help you decide if you SHOULD borrow. Debra Kantor works in Youth Development in the areas of financial education and entrepreneurship.





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