FISC Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Door County is proud to present the community’s first Financial Wellness Conference for adults, as well as juniors and seniors in high school, on Nov. 3, 7:45 am – 12:30 pm, at Sturgeon Bay High School.
FISC’s goal for the event is to arm participants with the information they need to identify money pitfalls, learn about resources, plan for the future and go forward with a higher level of financial self-esteem.
The keynote speaker is Chief Deputy Nicholas Alexander of the Superior Police Department, a noted expert in the field of Mobile Banking Fraud.
Admission is free and refreshments provided; however, space is limited, and the registration deadline is Oct. 24. Call 920.743.1862 or email [email protected] to register. For more information visit http://www.dcfinancialwellnessconference.org.