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News : Green Hills Community Action offering free seminars in Trenton
Posted by John on 2012/11/29 10:50:00 (340 reads) News by the same author

Green Hills Community Action Agency is partnering with the Grundy County Health Department and the University of Missouri Extension to offer area residents a full day of free workshops designed to help them meet the challenges of modern life.

There are several workshops to choose from, and persons are free to choose only those classes that most interest them; stay for just one or stay for the whole day.

Workshops will be held in the conference room of the COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY at 15-06 Oklahoma Avenue, in Trenton, are scheduled for Thursday, December 13th, beginning at 9am and running until 2:45pm.

Slated for this day are various topics: 9am Success Begins With You; 10:15: Renter’s Rights; 12:30: Money Smart, Tips & Resources;
and 1:45 Green Cleaning.

Gas cards, door prizes, goody bags, and snacks may be offered throughout the day.

If interested in pre-registering for any of the courses, call Green Hills community action
agency in Trenton (359-3907) extension 1023. Interested persons are to pre-registered in
order to qualify for door prizes or other rewards for attendance.

This project/program is funded in whole/or part with federal funds received from the U-S Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Community Services Block Grant, as provided by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division. Funds received from the Family Support Division are all federally funded.

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