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Living on a Tight Budget?
Hear from a professional on how to get it done during lunch n' Learn Program
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 • Posted August 22, 2012

The Wesley Nurse at First United Methodist Church invites you to take part in a Lunch ‘N Learn program open to all citizens in the Mason area. The focus of the free program is “Living on a Budget,” and the goal is to help participants learn how to prepare a budget, and live on a budget—especially a tight budget. The target audience is members of the community who are at risk for financial challenges or are already experiencing difficulty. The program will provide participants the tools to create a household budget.

The program is designed to help participants: understand the fundamentals and the rationale for developing a family budget; and recognize the difference between needs and wants, and prioritizing these things when creating a budget.

The featured speaker for this event is Amanda McMillan, Vice President of Mason National Bank and registered representative for PrimeVest Financial Services, Inc.

The program will be held at the Methodist Church at 224 Broad St, on Thursday, August 23rd , 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Participants are encouraged to bring a sack lunch; beverages and dessert will be provided. For further questions or information, please call Ann Scarth, RN at 325-347-5983.

About the Wesley Nurse Health Ministries™

Wesley Nurse Health Ministries™ is a faith-based, holistic health and wellness program committed to serving the least served through education, health promotion and collaboration with the individual and community in achieving improved wellness through self-empowerment. Wesley Nurses currently serve 76 church sites throughout South Texas, making it the largest geographic outreach program of the Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas. Inc (MHM). For more information about the program or MHM, visit our website at

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