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Parents can learn how to teach children to use money better
February 26, 2013: Community and Parents Partnering for Kids (C.A.P.P.) is presenting best-selling author and financial literacy expert, Robin Taub, on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 for a speaking engagement called, Raising Money-Smart Kids.


The event, from 7-8 p.m., takes place at Gary Allan High School/New Street Education Centre, located at 3250 New St., Burlington. Questions and answers will follow.

Taub will discuss with parents why it is important to teach their children about money, how to manage the challenges parents face, and how to address money-related topics based on the age of the child.

Tips and examples will include saving, earning, and budgeting money, as well as allowance and family philanthropy.

Admission to Taub’s speech is free however donations toward future speakers will be gratefully accepted.

C.A.P.P. for Kids coalition members include Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board, Halton Region, Halton Regional Police Services, Reach Out Centre for Kids/Ontario Early Years and Burlington Public Library.

For additional information, contact:
      Heather Stewart
      Vice-Principal, T.A. Blakelock High School  
      905-827-1158, ext. 226