Financial literacy seminars will be offered over a three week period this spring through the Skowhegan Adult and Community Education program at the Skowhegan Area High School and at Lawrence Adult Education program in Fairfield. Each weekly seminar, held from 6 to 8 p.m., will cover two separate financial topics.

The instructor will be Herb Moyer, a retired high school teacher and financial professional with Prudential.

Skowhegan Adult Education financial literacy course titles are: March 21 — Savings and Investing Basics, and What is a Mutual Fund?; March 28 — Don’t Try to Predict the Market, and Understanding Portfolio Statistics of Mutual Funds; and on April 4 — Financial Challenges That Matter Most, and Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft.

To register, call Regional School Unit 54 Adult & Community Education at 474-7553 or visit msad54.maineadulted.org.

Lawrence Adult Education financial literacy course titles include: March 22 — Savings and Investing Basics, and What is a Mutual Fund?; March 29 — Don’t Try to Predict the Market, and Understanding Portfolio Statistics of Mutual Funds; April 5 — Financial Challenges That Matter Most, and Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft.

To register or for more information contact Lawrence Adult Education Director Pat Hughes at 453-4200, ext. 3114 or email [email protected]g.

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