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Learn How to Secure Your Financial Future in 60 Minutes: a step by step plan for Everyone 18-88

Learn how to get out of debt, start saving, investing, building on investments, preparing for financial setback, estate planning & then, your financial legacy. When:           Wednesday, April 22 @6pm           Where:          Diamond Room Informational program presented by Bob Boxell, Financial Advisor, Gates Financial Services

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Lunch & Learn – Healthy Aging & You

April 15 – @noon Topic:  Healthy Aging & You   The Ohio Township Central Library and H.E.L.P. (Healthcare Education Learning Partners) are collaborating for a Lunch & Learn program and the topic for April is “Healthy Aging & You”.  Kristin Hood will be the speaker on this topic and Shelly Dunn will give a brief […]

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Food For Fines

April 12-18, 2015 During National Library Week Ohio Township Public Library System library patrons can bring in non-perishable food items for humans and/or pets and get up to $25 off their overdue fines forgiven.  All donations will be taken to local food banks and animal shelters.  Patrons have a chance to clear up their accounts […]

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Lunch & Learn – Wednesday, March 18

The Ohio Township Central Library and H.E.L.P. (Healthcare Education Learning Partners) are collaborating for a Lunch & Learn program and the topic for March covers Home Health, Hospice and Support Services and the differences of each.  Various speakers will present information & event is sponsored by Home Instead, ViaQuest and Southern Care Hospice. Where:     Diamond […]

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Choosing a Medicare Plan For You

Thomas Scholl will speak about choosing a Medicare Plan for you Wednesday, January 21 at 6:30pm in the Emerald Room. Please sign up at the Circulation Desk for this informational talk so we know how many to expect.  Questions?  Call 863-5468, ext. 316.

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