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|Wednesday: July 8th, 1-3PM - "Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate" at the library in Corning
Are you prepared for the challenge of Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate? Family members use many approaches when dividing emotionally valued assets following a death in the family. Who gets personal property is an issue frequently ignored until a crisis occurs. Are you prepared for the challenge? Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County for a session of Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate from 1:00-3:00 p.m. on July 8, 2015 at the Southeast Steuben County Library, 300 Nasser Civic Center Plaza, Corning.
Explore the sensitivity of guiding the passing on of personal possessions with CCE-Steuben Financial Educator Nancy Reigelsperger. Some of the highlights of their workshop include:
Successful non-titled property transfer
Initiating discussions about sensitive issues
Determining what "fair" means
Identifying and sharing stories about the special objects
Necessary legal estate documents.
Registration is limited to 25 participants, so register soon by calling 607-664-2300. For more information visit www.PutKnowledgeToWork.com.
|Sunday: Friday-Sunday, June 10-12 - Charity Softball Tourney in Hornell
Friday-Sunday, June 10-12 in Hornell. Now is the time to get your softball team signed up for a charity softball tournament benefiting the Steuben County Suicide Awareness & Prevention Coalition. All proceeds made from your participation will be donated to the coalition established in 2012. Cost: $150 per team. Location: Veteran's Park in Hornell. Co-ed teams (8 guys/2 girls) with unlimited DHs of either sex. Top 3 teams get trophy. Round-robin then double elimination. For more information about this event, contact Michael Skelly at 607-331-7606 or by email at email@example.com.
|Wednesday: Thursday, July 22nd, 1-3PM - Clear Your Clutter Free Workshop at the library in Corning
Free Workshop: Clear the Clutter...and simplify your life and finances! Do you feel like you are drowning in clutter? Overwhelmed by the sheer volume of stuff? Having trouble finding the item you need? Clear the Clutter and Simplify Your Life and Finances may be the workshop that helps you address these questions. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County is offering this free workshop on Thursday, July 22 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the Southeast Steuben County Library, 300 Nasser Civic Center Plaza, Corning.
Nancy Reigelsperger, CCE-Steuben Financial Educator, will help you discover the strategies for taking a positive approach to controlling the clutter you might have. She will touch on ways to eliminate paper accumulation and provide alternate ways to keep sentimental items.
The workshop is free, but registration is required. Please call Cornell Cooperative Extension at 607-664-2300 to reserve a space. For more information on this and related topics, visit www.putknowledgetowork.com.
|Thursday: Friday, July 23, 1-3PM - Wills vs. Trusts at Dormann Library in Bath
Estate planning today is more complicated than it has ever been. Often, mistakes in a plan are not discovered until someone has passed on. Unfortunately, then it is too late. Join us for an informational look at planning with Revocable Living Trusts in a free workshop called Wills versus Trusts on Friday, July 23, 2015 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the Dormann Library, West Morris Street, Bath.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County again partners with Patrick Roth, Elder Law Attorney, CPA from Corning, to lead this workshop. He will present such information as:
How can a Revocable Living Trust based estate plan help protect you and secure your family's future?
Do you know the unknown truths about planning with a Revocable Living Trust?
Discover the 16 situations in which a Trust can have legal advantages over a Will.
Learn the truth about the hidden costs of a Will based estate plan that no one talks about.
The workshop is free, but registration is required. Please call Cornell Cooperative Extension at 607-664-2300 to reserve a space. For more information on this and related topics, visit www.putknowledgetowork.org.
|Saturday: Saturday, July 25 - 1PM - Golden Glow Vol. Fire Dept. 2nd Annual Waterball Tournament
Everyone is invited to attend and/or participate in the 2nd Annual Golden Glow VFD Waterball Tournament to be held Saturday, July 25th, at 1PM. 3-5 players per team. Captain's meeting at 12:30PM this day. Children's waterball experience, chicken BBQ starting at noon till sold out. There will be trophies awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams. For more information about this event, contact Chris Crum at 331-3291.
|Wednesday: Wednesday, Aug. 12th, 1-3PM - Long Term Care Planning Workshop at Wayland Library in Wayland
Free Workshop on Long Term Care Planning: It is an aging society, so there are some important facts everyone should know to begin planning for long term care for your loved ones. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County is offering a free workshop, Long Term Care Planning, to help sort through the options from 1:00-3:00 p.m. on August 12, 2015 at the Wayland Library, 101 West Naples Street, Wayland.
The workshop will be led by Patrick J. Roth, Elder Law Attorney, CPA from Corning. He will explain what Medicare covers, veteran options, Medicaid eligibility for a nursing home, long term care insurances, and planning options for you and your family. The session will include:
Discover the four parts of Medicare and what is covered by each part.
Learn about financial benefits that you may be eligible for if you (or your spouse) are a veteran.
Discover the Medicaid eligibility rules surrounding long term care.
Learn how to plan for your future long term care costs.
Registration is requested by calling 607-664-2300. For more information visit PutKnowledgeToWork.com.
|Monday: Earn $50 for recycling!
Did you know you might be driving over an old refrigerator right now? When you recycle your old working refrigerator, 95 percent of the materials are used in sidewalks, roadways and even to make new items like cell phones and soda cans. Just schedule a convenient pickup through the NYSEG recycling program. Well remove your old refrigerator or freezer for free and youll receive a $50 check. It couldnt be easier to help your wallet and the environment, visit NYSEG.com to schedule a free home pickup today. This program is being offered by NYSEG, an Iberdrola USA company.
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