The mission of the Fox Cities Managers meeting is to promote leadership improvement through professional collaboration.
This free, educational workshop for the general public is intended to provide a broad overview of the various estate planning options that are available to married couples, unmarried couples, and individuals. We will discuss the importance of comprehensive estate planning, focusing on the three essential pieces of every estate plan: Lifetime Disability Planning, Wealth Transfer Planning, and Inheritance Protection Planning. We also will set aside time for any specific questions you may have regarding your estate planning options. Light refreshments will be served. No RSVP is required.
William Brehm, born and raised in the Fox Cities among the other descendents of famous papermaking families, has recently published a book about Wisconsin Paper Families. The event will inlcude a panel discussion, as well as comments and video clips from the author. FREE
AJ Valente has researched the transition from making paper using old rags to using wood, which occured in the mid-1980's. His recently published book, Rag Paper Manufacturing in the United States, 1801-1900, inclues a list of companies during that time, including many on the Fox River. Hear his interesting stories about area paper company founders. FREE
Our presenter is Ben Merens, host of At Issue – which airs statewide on Wisconsin Public Radio. Ben believes that people are dying to be heard. And one obstacle is multi-tasking. “Multi-tasking is a one way street to mediocrity and stress. It allegedly is an acceptable way to read a book and watch television at the same time. You can do both but you can’t do both well. Our minds are the ultimate natural computers. But we are designed for focus, especially when it comes to listening. A little uni-tasking can go a long way.” $50 member of NEW ASTD, $60 non-member includes Ben’s 2 audiobook CDs: Uni-tasking – 25 Tips for Better Listening and People are Dying to be Heard. Also includes buffet breakfast. For more information and to register, go to www.benmerens.eventbrite.com.
More than 50 authors will participate in book readings, discussions panels and more. The multi-day, multi-venue event celebrates literacy and the joy of reading.
Women and teens are invited to join us for A Grand Evening... at Becket's in Oshkosh (located at Jackson Street on the Fox River in 1 City Center) and Re-discover the Grand Opera House Hear about the completed refurbishing and upcoming events that offer excellent entertainment at a modest price
Also, speaker Colleen Keen will share how she found freedom from abuse and discovered a new identity.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011 6:30 - 8:30 pm $14 all inclusive
Reservations or Cancellations appreciated by April 8 Call Sue: (920) 725-6472 or email Geri at email@example.com
Sponsored by Fox Valley After 5: Connecting women with God, each other, and their community Affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries
The non profit nIc Foundation presents a free community awareness event for the whole family. 4:00-6:30 pm. is a free information fair with 30 booths, food, door prizes, and books on raising children of good character. Children's booth has a make and take project plus finger printing ID kits. Children may meet crime fighters McGruff, Smokey, and Eddie plus visit with the K-9 units. At 6:30 pm is the candle lighting ceremony with keynote speakers, victim stories, a children's drama on tolerance, music, and words of hope. Keynote speakers include Sheriff Brad Hardel of Waupaca County and Sheriff Randy Wright of Shawano County sharing information about keeping our communities safe. Location of the event is the Family of Christ Church, 600 S. Main Street in Clintonville. (next to Fleet Farm) Handicap accessible. Sign language interpreter. Childcare available during the candle lighting ceremony. For more information, visit www.nicfoundation.org.
OSHKOSH, Wisconsin (March 17, 2011) – Managing your retirement accounts in the face of job change is the subject of an upcoming seminar to be presented by Ross Mueller,CFP® a Wealth Advisor at CitizensFirst Credit Union. Entitled “Job Changes and Your Retirement Assets,” the free program will take place on April 12th at 6:30pm at the Highway 44 branch, 2900 Universal Street, Oshkosh.
Mueller will cover various ways of handling retirement accounts with former employers, the tax implications of changing those accounts, and the alternative of consolidating funds with other retirement accounts. Consideration will also be given to personal retirement schedules, individual risk tolerance, and balancing one’s financial portfolio.
“Changing jobs can create confusion in your life, but the process of managing your 401(k) and other accounts can be easy if you know your options,” Mueller said.
The program is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Those interested in attending are encouraged to register before April 5th by calling CitizensFirst Credit Union at 920-236-7040.
Securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC.Insurance products offered through LPL Financial of its licensed affiliates.
Not NCUA Insured
Not Credit Union Guaranteed
May Lose Value
Not Insured by Any Federal Government Agency
Not a Deposit
CitizensFirst Credit Union is not a registered broker/dealer and is not affiliated with LPL Financial.
CitizensFirst is a not-for profit, member-owned community financial cooperative. It has more than $338 million in assets and serves more than 30,000 people at four branch locations in Oshkosh and Fond du Lac. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works or worships in Winnebago, Fond du Lac, Outagamie, Calumet, Dodge, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington or Waushara counties, or the township of Berlin in Green Lake County.
Are you interested in learning more about home construction so you can work on projects around your house?
Have you always had a passion for building and would like to share your talent with others?
Are you looking for a way to give local families a hand up but not a hand out?
If so, then consider attending a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Information Session.The Volunteer Information Session will describe volunteer roles and expectations, allowing you to find the perfect volunteer opportunity to fit your skills and interests.Whether you’re a beginner or expert at home construction, there is a spot for you to help make local families’ dreams of homeownership a reality.
Please RSVP to Kristen Jeanquart, Volunteer Coordinator, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 920-593-3921.We invite you to come, ask questions and discover what it means to be a Habitat Volunteer!