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Two months ago, we put this into the works – a coupon 101 class where the basics would be taught to help other people save money. Where to find coupons, how to organize them, how to use them and a few tips & tricks.
Tonight, was my first coupon class at the local library. I’ve worked with Carol, the head of adult education, and we organized everything from passouts to firguring out how to the their power point projector to like my laptop.
We were pleasantly surprised at over sixty people attending…and the overall response from people.
It was fun to read the survey sheets – they seemed to really get a lot out of the class and even said I was “entertaining”, LOL! It was also fun figuring out where people found out about the class – newlsetters, signs, facebook, etc.
More classes are in the future, as well as a stockpile swap…
Thank you to all who came…I hope you felt is was worth the time you invested to come