The University of Missouri Extension will be hosting a program titled ‘Who gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?’ July 28, at the MU Extension Center in Madison County.
The class, taught by Family Financial Education Specialist Ashley Bales, will provide resources to help you pass on personal possessions. Passing on personal possessions is an issue for everyone; owners of personal property, spouses, adult children, siblings, and grandchildren. This program will help families determine what they want to accomplish, decide what’s “fair” for their family, understand that belongings have different meanings to different individuals, consider distribution options and consequences, understand sensitivity of the issues and agree to manage conflicts if they arise.
The class will be held at the Madison County Extension Center at 137 W. Main St. in Fredericktown and will run from 5:308 p.m. The fee for this class is $10 and can be sent to the address listed above. Fee includes workbook and refreshments. Scholarships for this program are available from the MU Extension Council. Please RSVP to 573-783-3303 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Missouri Extension is an equal opportunity/ADA institution; our programs are open to all. If you require special accommodations, please let us know and we will make arrangements.