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TWO ITEMS: Master finance and unwanted pileups
Photos and Story by James Hill
BEAVERTON, Ore. – Take the mystery out of the financial world and discover how to lay the best strategic plan for your future. This fall, a Portland Community College non-credit class can put you on the right track.Personal Investment Strategies is a progressively informative course that will benefit both new and experienced investors. Instructor Brad Hayes will explain how to best take advantage of CD’s, corporate and tax-free bonds, stocks, mutual funds and annuities, as well as share analysis techniques."Now is the time for individuals to look closely at their financial picture,"said Hayes. "When the economy is down, opportunities are high to buy or make other smart investment moves."The class will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 25 through Nov. 9, in Room C6 of Cedar Park Middle School, 11100 S.W. Parkway Road. Cost is $34.For more information, contact PCC Community Education at 503-533-2707.###Master the ?paper pileup’ with PCC classBEAVERTON, Ore. – Tired of opening your closets to an avalanche of disorganized stuff? Stop avoiding it – Portland Community College can help you get organized once and for all with an upcoming non-credit class.Organizing Your Home can help you beat the clutter and take control of "stuff"crowding your home and life. Instructor Anneliese Kelly will offer simple solutions for simplifying, creating filing systems, making decisions about what to keep and what to toss, and finding more time for the things you love. Students will discover why clutter creeps up in their lives, and practical solutions for organization."This class will show you the relief and freedom of getting organized,"said Janice Dolan, PCC Community Education manager. The class will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 7 through Oct. 21, in Room A12 of Cedar Park Middle School, 11100 S.W. Parkway Road. Cost is $50.For more information, contact PCC Community Education at 503-533-2707.