Credit Clinic workshop set for Feb. 12 at the Slocan Park Hall

Just a reminder: the Kootenay Boundary Credit Clinic is holding a workshop on debt and credit at the Slocan Park Hall on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 1-4 p.m. There’s still time to register!

Just a reminder: the Kootenay Boundary Credit Clinic is holding a workshop on debt and credit at the Slocan Park Hall on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 1-4 p.m. There’s still time to register!

We’ll be talking about managing finances, the different types of credit, what your options are if you are having problems with debt and legal information about issues such as debt default and bankruptcy.

Please encourage anyone who you think might be interested in attending to pre-register by contacting the Slocan Valley Recreation Commission at 250-226-0008 or by filling out the registration form in the Leisure Guide.

The Credit Clinic is a not for profit service and is a project of Castlegar & District Community Services Society. It is funded by: the Law Foundation of BC, Columbia Basin Trust, Kootenay Savings and Nelson & District Credit Union.

/Amy Taylor

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