Fulton Bank’s contribution provides financial literacy classes at libraries.
Lebanon Community Library, the District Center for Lebanon County Libraries, received a $3,500 contribution from Fulton Bank recently. “We are pleased to partner with Fulton Bank’s team to present a variety of financial literacy classes at all six of our public libraries,” said Stephanie Williams, District Consultant. All classes are presented to the public free of charge, utilizing curriculum established by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Fulton’s partnership with Lebanon County Libraries is part of the bank’s Fulton Forward initiative, the umbrella for its community development initiative.
The “Ways to Pay Your Bills” class reviews the risks and benefits of using technology to manage finances. Attendees learn how to setup mobile banking and tips to manage automatic payments from an account. Individuals who are interested in attending this class should contact one of the libraries listed below to register:
Myerstown Community Library (717-866-2800): Monday, February 26 at 6:30PM
Matthews Public Library (717-865-5523): Wednesday, February 28 at 6:30PM
Annville Free Library (717-867-1802): Thursday, March 8 at 6:30PM
Other upcoming classes include managing debt, understanding your credit score, and how to identify frauds/scams. For more information about these and other technology classes happening in Lebanon County Libraries, please visit www.lclibs.org/fitt
There are a total of six public library locations in the county: Annville, Lebanon, Matthews (Fredericksburg), Myerstown, Palmyra, and Richland. As of December 2017, more than 102,000 adults and juveniles have library card accounts in Lebanon County. Over 610,000 items, including books, DVDs, audiobooks and more, were borrowed from library locations in 2017. Contact your local library for more information about obtaining a library card, or to check the status of your library card account.