WEBSTER CITY AREA CHAMBER
Money Smart Week

Events in Webster City April 19-29

All Money Smart Week programs are free and contain no marketing.  ​Money Smart Week is a public awareness campaign sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago with a focus on helping people continue learning about changing financial topics throughout their lives.
​Local Service Clubs Welcome Guests for Money Smart Week Programs
Several Webster City area service clubs are marking Money Smart Week with financial programs, and welcoming guests to attend their programs.  

Below are the locations for local service clubs:
  • Rotary, Mon April 24, 12:30 p.m., Second Street Emporium
  • Kiwanis, Tues April 25, 7:30 a.m., Grid Iron
  • Kiwanis, Tues April 25, 12:30 p.m., Second Street Emporium
The times given for each meeting are the approximate times the program will begin.
Guests who would like to come a half-hour earlier for the meal are welcome, but will need to pay for their meal.  
All of April
Dash for the Stash  - stop by Kendall Young Library for your chance to win $1,000.  
​Saturday, April 8
Shred Day - Bring your items to be shredded between 1 and 3 pm to the WCF Financial Bank, service provided free of charge courtesy of WCF Financial Bank
Wednesday, April 19 
Getting Organized: Documents to Keep, Documents to Shred  at the Senior Center, sponsored by ISU Extension 
Saturday, April 22
Ready Set Retire - 9 am to 12 noon: ICCC East Campus Fort Dodge ​sponsored by ISU Extension, Elderbridge Agency on Aging, Fort Dodge Foster Grandparents
Tuesday, April 25 
So You Want To Start a Business?  at Hamilton Extension Office on Bank and Superior St.  from 6 to 7:30 pm by Brook Boehmler from the Small Business Development Center, sponsored by the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce.   
Tuesday and Wednesday April 25-26  
Teen Lounge Kendall Young Library will focus on Money Smart Week
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday April 25-27
First State Bank Bank Tours for Kindergarteners and then 6th graders 
Friday, April 28
Understanding Banking classroom visits to 6th grade sponsored by First State Bank