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Dean Rubsamen 23m
Let's spread holiday magic to the kids in our community! Help me support a local toy drive this holiday season by donating a new, unwrapped book or toy. Just drop it by my office before December 16!
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Bill Thompson 1m
Take a few minutes to review these cyber security best practices before you shop Cyber Monday deals.
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J. Sloane Skellion 1h
Take a moment to review a few simple preparedness tips that can help your family and home stay safe during winter storms.
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💦 Persimmons for Peace 💦 (GO VOTE!!) Nov 21
Day 6 of Quarantine, since my son's COVID+ test. Outside our door, we've found... -3 Bottles of wine -1 can of Lysol spray -1 package of paper plates -Pizza delivery -An note saying Thanksgiving dinner will be delivered So grateful!
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David Lord Nov 23
Make sure you set a holiday budget before the spending begins. It will make gift-giving that much more enjoyable.
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Rick Villarreal Nov 21
Retirement brings a totally different lifestyle — and a totally different budget strategy, too. Use these tips to help keep your financial goals on track: .
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Abbey Olusanya Nov 21
Taking care of our minds is so important. Set aside time each day to do something positive for your mental health.
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David Wrona Nov 21
Check out some of these tips on how to help stay safe during an earthquake:
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Anthony Bennon Nov 23
Life gets busy. Our team can visit with you about your insurance needs and options in an easy, secure virtual meeting using Good Neighbor Connect™. Let's meet...where you are.
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Trish Donahue Howser Nov 23
After you volunteer, you have a tendency to think, "Yeah. I did that. And it felt great!"
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David Wrona Nov 24
After an earthquake, be prepared for aftershocks — they can be severe and cause more damage. In the event of a power outage, use flashlights instead of candles, as fire can be a common hazard. Remember to always follow your local authority's safety recommendations.
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Tammy Felton Nov 20
It can be easy to lose sight of where exactly you spend your money. Check out these tips to help stay on track: .
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Neil Atcher Nov 22
See how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting teens learning to drive.
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Catherine Riedstra Nov 27
This go check out our friends at @popolo_catering The food is phenomenal and even better service!
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Tim McBroom Insurance - State Farm Nov 27
According to an annual study, U.S. drivers on average have a 1 in 116 chance of a collision with an animal. Follow these tips to help increase your safety on the road.
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Quebec Square Nov 21
RT : Ready or not, colder temperatures are on the way! Good news is, costly heating bills don’t have to be. These energy saving tips can help you stay on a budget and keep warm: .
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Trish Donahue Howser Nov 21
We all want a secure financial future for the ones we love. A good way to get there is with a sound wealth transfer plan: .
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Winfred F. Walker Nov 21
Big announcement from ! I'm proud to be part of this community.
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Jen Wilhelm Nov 26
Thank you to for saving us with a potato peeler.
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