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Students cash in on work experience

Published on December 1, 2017 2:48PM


HEPPNER — Local students working with Rita Van Schoiack of Blue Mountain Investment Management will provide an update during the upcoming Heppner Chamber of Commerce meeting.

The students, who act as consultants for Van Schoiack, receive school credits for work experience. The program helps in identifying personal finance topics that are of interest to students and can assist in preparing them for the future.

In addition, nominations for chamber board openings will be closing. The no-host luncheon event is Thursday, Dec. 7 at noon at Heppner City Hall. The meal costs $10.

To ensure there’s enough food, those planning to attend need to RSVP by Monday at heppnerchamber@centurytel.net or 541-676-5536.



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