Jan. 9th, 2013
Nov 8th, 2012
How to Buy a Condo, Dave Hanson & Nancy Dennehy
Nov. 1st, 2012
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Medicare Made Clear
Tues, Oct 2
BRIER 231/233 (take stairs across from Bookstore)
Just when you think you understand about how Medicare works, there is a change or something new to know! The Medicare Made Clear presentation covers the essentials of how basic Medicare works, what it covers, the different types of available products and prescription drug plans. We’ll talk about the advantages and disadvantages to all the options. At the conclusion of this class, you will be able to make an educated, informed evaluation of what is available and what best suits your specific medical and financial needs. This presentation is for educational purposes only. The speaker is not connected with the Federal Medicare Program.
Jean Christensen has been in different aspects of the insurance business for 25 years. She was introduced to Medicare products four years ago and realized that educating and consulting with seniors on Medicare was truly her passion. As an insurance Broker, she represents many different insurance companies and plans. Jean's focus is reviewing her client's health needs and budget and finding them the most effective and comprehensive health care plan.
Thurs, Oct 18
HomeStreet Bank and Edmonds Community College are teaming up to offer you free on-campus education. Whether you’re thinking about buying a home, or want some practical advice for how to get the most out of your mortgage, there’s a seminar for you. Understanding Credit: Learn what lenders look for when you apply for a loan, how to identify and spot errors, and get advice on paying down credit card debt. Refreshments and all materials provided by HomeStreet Bank. If you have any questions about home loans, contact HomeStreet Bank at 206-628-0207 or toll-free at 888-425-6990 or visit homestreet.com/hometown.
Some of you have asked about release time for classified employees to attend ODET activities. By way of reminder, I have included the ODET policy below....
ODET Policy: Release Time for Training on Regular Class Days: Participation in ODET training and development programs and events must be approved in advance by the employee’s supervisor. If approval is granted, the employee may attend the training as part of his/her normal working day