out of work series
by Britt Aamodt Contributing writer In fairy tales, crucial pieces of information are often hidden, like Rumpelstiltskin’s name or the reason why the princess can’t get a good night’s sleep (someone snuck a pea under her mattress). To many people, who grew up in an era in which a handshake pro...Read More
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Here is a look at the “Out of Work” series sessions. All four feature networking from 6 to 6:30 p.m. followed by the program from 6:30–7:30 p.m. Living On Less:  Twenty Ways To Save More And Spend Less Presented by John Ewoldt, Star Tribune columnist Financial paralysis often sets in with the...Read More
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by Britt Aamodt Contributing writer In her late 30s Victoria Raphael traveled to Mexico. She wasn’t jetting to Cancun for a week of surf and sand. She planned to reside south of the border, temporarily, but long enough to compel her to come to terms with a different culture, language and way of do...Read More
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by Britt Aamodt Special to the Star News Stewart Wilson, senior vice president at The Bank of Elk River, had planned to give a talk on mortgages, loans and foreclosures at Feb. 15’s Out Of Work seminar. But he got sick and had to cancel. Wilson was scheduled to present with two other speakers who ...Read More
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by Britt Aamodt The audience member seated at the front of the room was not an isolated case. John Ewoldt, Dollars & Sense columnist for the Star Tribune, had come to Rockwoods Bar & Grill in Otsego to present a talk, “Living on Less: Twenty Ways to Save More and Spend Less.” The audienc...Read More
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