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Library to host two informative programs next week

The Library Center of the Ozarks will host a variety of educational and entertaining programs during the month of May. Two of those classes are slated for next week.


Ryan Hanlen, Assistant Vice President of Regions Bank, will host a program entitled "Managing Your Money." This is the latest in a series of banking programs presented by Hanlen.


Managing Your Money will be a two-part class, first focusing on budgeting and cashflow.


"Ever feel like there is 'too much month at the end of the money?' What about feeling like you have all of the money you need one week and broke the next?" asked Hanlen. "We have answers for those issues, although they come with some hard questions. The second part of the class will be focused on family conversations about money. According to a recent study, people are more comfortable talking about mental health and politics than money. Although conversations about money can be stressful, having proactive conversations may help."


Managing Your Money is set for Wednesday, May 8, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. There is no admission fee.


On May 9, Jenni Nevatt will present Fall Prevention 101.


A Nutrition and Health Specialist with the MU Extension, Nevatt will discuss common causes of falls and how to prevent them, in this informative program. Nevatt will share pointers on how to stay safe and steady on your feet, and will provide local fall prevention resources. This important program will help keep yourself—or a loved one—safe and healthy.


Fall Prevention 101 is set for Thursday, May 9, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The program is free to the public.


Both programs will be held at the Library Center of the Ozarks, 200 South 4th Street in Downtown Branson.


For more information on either event, visit the Library Center of the Ozarks' website, or call 417-334-1418.

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