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Program aims to put money to work

7:17 AM, Sep. 21, 2013  |  Comments
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Baylake Bank Premier Club, Sturgeon Bay YMCA and Ministry Door County Medical Center invite the public to an informational program on "Getting the most of your money in a low-interest-rate time" to be held from 9:50 to 10:50 a.m. Oct. 9 at the Door County YMCA in Sturgeon Bay.

Presenters will be Marcia Peterson and Alison Fletcher from Baylake Bank. Peterson is a private banker for Door and Kewaunee counties who has worked at Baylake Bank for 18 years and has more than 35 years of banking experience. Fletcher is a financial consultant working in the Sister Bay Baylake office. She joined the company in April and came with 25 years of banking experience.

The current low-interest-rate environment has existed for almost five years, causing individuals to struggle when looking for ways to get a reasonable return from their money. The presentation is designed to discuss various strategies to put money to its best use in this environment.

To register for this free program, call the YMCA at (920) 743-4949, or Barb Malzahn at Baylake Bank Conference Center at (920) 743-5551.

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