Dr. Paul Woodburne, associate professor of economics at Clarion University, will present “Tuning up your Finances” from 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 26 at Clarion Free Library, Main Street, Clarion. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Woodburne has been at Clarion for 15 years, teaching personal money management and consumer economics. He will examine and share information regarding personal saving, spending and budgeting.
“The discussion will be relevant to all those, young and old, interested in improving their overall financial position,” said Daniel Parker, executive director of Clarion Free Library. “It will be a layman lecture about how families and individuals can better manage their finances.”
“Tuning up your Finances” is the first in a series of spring lectures, all of which are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided for each of the lectures in the series. The personal enrichment series is part of a Community Fellows project funded by Clarion University and undertaken with the Clarion Free Library.
The next personal enrichment lecture will be held March 26, when Dr. Jeanne Slattery, Clarion University psychology professor, presents “Ideas to Help you Keep your Resolutions.”
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