Whether planning ahead or making decisions when someone dies, this class can help families understand the sensitivity of the issues, determine what they want to accomplish, decide what’s “fair” for their family, understand belongings have different meanings to different individuals, consider distribution options and consequences, and agree to manage conflicts if they arise. 

The workshop will be held on Monday, March 12 from 9:30-11:30AM or 1:30-3:30PM North College Center, MAC.

            Stephanie Cunningham, Family Financial Education Specialist of University of Missouri Extension will be the instructor.

            To register for the Who Get’s Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate class, contact the St. Francois County Extension Center at 1 W. Liberty, Suite 101., Farmington, MO 63640 ph. (573) 756-4539. A registration fee of $15 for an individual or $25 for 2 people from a family is due by November 1st.  Please make checks payable to University Extension.  Seating is limited to 20 individuals.


  • Occurred Monday, March 12th, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm


North College Center, Mineral Area College

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