Personal Finance & Local Commerce

Behind Closed Doors (171)

In this unique “class” you will visit three local companies and learn more about them.  Visits include: Krafft Farms, a fourth generation, family-owned Frankenmuth dairy farm which has 100 Holsteins that each produce 70 to 100 pounds of milk per day; Hammer Restoration, a 24-hour residential and commercial restoration company that specializes in flood, water, fire and storm damage; and the Midland Center for the Arts, a non-profit organization which has offered outstanding performances, relevant and exciting museum exhibitions and unique educational programs for over 40 years.  After each tour, you will have an opportunity to join the class for lunch at a nearby restaurant.  Your hosts are OLLI members Maggie and Dan Kempf.  The class is held off campus and you are responsible for your own transportation.  You will be sent addresses and phone numbers for each site, and lunch information when you register. The class maximum is 20.

Wednesdays: September 24, October 15 & November 19 • 10 a.m. - Noon
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members   
Room: Off-Site


 

Best of Behind Closed Doors (172)

Over the years, our Behind Closed Doors class has visited some especially interesting organizations.  This class includes repeat visits to three of these:  Apple Mountain, a Freeland resort which offers golf, skiing, dining and conference services; SPACE of Midland, which transforms workplaces into beautiful and productive workplaces in Michigan and beyond; and the Rescue Mission of Saginaw, a non-profit, faith-based organization which provides emergency assistance to people in Mid-Michigan in their time of need.  After each tour, you will have an opportunity to join the class for lunch at a nearby restaurant.  Your hosts are OLLI members Maggie and Dan Kempf.  The class is held off campus and you are responsible for your own transportation.  You will be sent addresses and phone numbers for each site, and lunch information when you register. The class maximum is 20.

Wednesdays: October 1, November 5 & December 3 • 10 a.m. - Noon
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members   
Room: Off-Site


 

Post-Retirement Financial Planning: It is Never Too Late to Enhance Your Retirement (173)

Just because you are already retired doesn’t mean you can’t improve your chances for a successful retirement.  This interactive class addresses a number of strategies that can add to your financial security in retirement.  Kim Gardey, a Certified Financial Planner who has counseled hundreds of retirees, will lead the class.  In addition, several guest speakers will bring to the classroom their expertise on specific topics.  All registrants will receive a Post-Retirement Planning Kit to aid them in enhancing their retirement.

Tuesdays: November 18, 25 & December 2, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members  
Room: C129

Personal Finance & Local Commerce

Behind Closed Doors (171)

In this unique “class” you will visit three local companies and learn more about them.  Visits include: Krafft Farms, a fourth generation, family-owned Frankenmuth dairy farm which has 100 Holsteins that each produce 70 to 100 pounds of milk per day; Hammer Restoration, a 24-hour residential and commercial restoration company that specializes in flood, water, fire and storm damage; and the Midland Center for the Arts, a non-profit organization which has offered outstanding performances, relevant and exciting museum exhibitions and unique educational programs for over 40 years.  After each tour, you will have an opportunity to join the class for lunch at a nearby restaurant.  Your hosts are OLLI members Maggie and Dan Kempf.  The class is held off campus and you are responsible for your own transportation.  You will be sent addresses and phone numbers for each site, and lunch information when you register. The class maximum is 20.

Wednesdays: September 24, October 15 & November 19 • 10 a.m. - Noon
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members   
Room: Off-Site

Register now


 

Best of Behind Closed Doors (172)

Over the years, our Behind Closed Doors class has visited some especially interesting organizations.  This class includes repeat visits to three of these:  Apple Mountain, a Freeland resort which offers golf, skiing, dining and conference services; SPACE of Midland, which transforms workplaces into beautiful and productive workplaces in Michigan and beyond; and the Rescue Mission of Saginaw, a non-profit, faith-based organization which provides emergency assistance to people in Mid-Michigan in their time of need.  After each tour, you will have an opportunity to join the class for lunch at a nearby restaurant.  Your hosts are OLLI members Maggie and Dan Kempf.  The class is held off campus and you are responsible for your own transportation.  You will be sent addresses and phone numbers for each site, and lunch information when you register. The class maximum is 20.

Wednesdays: October 1, November 5 & December 3 • 10 a.m. - Noon
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members   
Room: Off-Site

Register now


 

Post-Retirement Financial Planning: It is Never Too Late to Enhance Your Retirement (173)

Just because you are already retired doesn’t mean you can’t improve your chances for a successful retirement.  This interactive class addresses a number of strategies that can add to your financial security in retirement.  Kim Gardey, a Certified Financial Planner who has counseled hundreds of retirees, will lead the class.  In addition, several guest speakers will bring to the classroom their expertise on specific topics.  All registrants will receive a Post-Retirement Planning Kit to aid them in enhancing their retirement.

Tuesdays: November 18, 25 & December 2, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Price: $22 Members; $44 Non-Members  
Room: C129

Register now