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Finance 101: Put Your Retirement to Work
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Finance 101: Put Your Retirement to Work

$5

with Christina Vignery

Calendar May 2, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

This class was canceled we apologize for any inconvenience.

Most of us don’t want to work forever, but making retirement dreams come true takes planning. This course encourages participating in an employer-sponsored retirement plan and explains why it’s important to start saving now. It also covers two additional tax-advantaged ways to save outside the employer plan and encourages rollover of money from previous employer plans.

Instructor Christina Vignery is a Salina native and works as a financial advisor. Christina is married with three daughters. She is excited to be part of CLASS and to help you learn more about your unique financial needs.

Finance 101: Retirement by Design
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Finance 101: Retirement by Design

$5

with Christina Vignery

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

This class was canceled we apologize for any inconvenience.

Using the Rule of 25, this course will discuss how to define retirement goals and determine savings needs. You will learn how to use time, money and return to reach those goals, which is known as the Power of Three.

Instructor Christina Vignery is a Salina native and works as a financial advisor. Christina is married with three daughters. She is excited to be part of CLASS and to help you learn more about your unique financial needs.

Finish Projects in Two Weeks

$10

with Martha Roberts

Calendar Apr 9, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Do you have 101 project ideas churning around in your head but none of them ever seem to get done? This class is designed to help the chronic starter-but-not-finisher. You will learn how to pick a priority project, brainstorm a workable plan, anticipate challenges, develop strategies to move forward, and create a tight, focused but realistic two-week schedule. Clear the decks, dig in and finish in two weeks!

As Martha Roberts’ family grew, she began searching for ways to become more organized. To deal with the clutter that seemed to multiply overnight, she read books, took workshops and learned from friends about how to bring order to her home. This grew into a desire to find balance in the whole scope of her life. Organization laid a foundation to fulfill meaningful goals for her life. Her love of teaching and passion for helping others inspired her to design instructions that guide others on their journey to the organized life.

Green Cleaning with Essential Oils

$30

with Heather Bell

Calendar Apr 18, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Are you tired of all the chemicals in the cleaning products you buy in the store? Do you have trouble breathing when you are using your cleaning products at home? In this class, we will focus on green, safe and healthy cleaning options. You will make three different in-home natural cleaners with essential oils to take home with you.

Instructor Heather Bell is an essential oils wellness advocate living in Salina and enjoys sharing about the many benefits of essential oils. Heather believes oils have changed her life in a positive way and hopes that she can bring that positive change to others.

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Making End-of-Life Decisions Session 2

$5

with Sarah Crews and Lea Borst

Calendar Apr 3, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Advance Directives are legal documents which allow you to share your own decisions for end-of-life care. In this course, we will review the documents to complete your living will and consider who to appoint as your “agent” or Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions. We will provide information on how to have conversations about the topic with your family, your agent and your physician. You’ll learn about the Transportable Physicians Orders for Patient Preferences (TPOPP), another important document to ensure that your wishes are respected as “doctor’s orders” if you are in a medical setting at the end-of-life. Other topics of discussion will include understanding the Do Not Resuscitate order and when to complete it, and making informed decisions about medical interventions. Funeral planning forms will be provided. Bring your questions to one of these informative sessions.

Instructor Sarah Crews holds a Master of Arts in end-of-life care. She is a member of the National Home Funeral Alliance, a nonprofit organization providing education to communities and families about in-home, after-death care. She is also the director of Heart Land Prairie Cemetery, an all-natural cemetery in Central Kansas. Sarah has assisted people in filling out advance directives since 2011.

Lea Borst has been a nurse for 23 years working mostly as an Emergency Nurse. She is currently the Director of Care Management at Salina Regional Health Center and is passionate about patients’ rights including the right to make informed decisions about their care and the need to make these decisions for themselves while they are able to.

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