COUNTRY Employee Rick Halberg's first ride was a 1971 Chevrolet Malibu. He bought it for $695 and paid for every cent himself. What was your first car? Tell us about it and post a photo if you have one!
#Portland financial representative Heidi Harris-Moore created and sponsored a 5k this summer called "Run the Dutch". Heidi set out to raise money for the "See Ya Later" Foundation, inspired by a 12-year-old boy who lost his life to cancer. Thanks for volunteering your time to support a great cause! #COUNTRYGivesBack
There’s no better time than #BackToSchool season to talk with your kids about finances. Find conversation starters and free materials here: bit.ly/MoneyLessons4Kids
It’s here!! Check out the @HunterHayes fan featured #LightMeUp video on FB. cfin.us/HunterLMU (Use on a PC)
“Once August hits, the family calendar begins to fill up quickly and so begins the crazy mornings and long evenings! The key is creating structure within our busy schedules while maintaining balance between academics, chores and athletics. AND don’t forget to capture the moments as time flies!” - #BackToSchool tip from employee Shelly Scharpman! #FutureFocused
Employee Cherie Dew has been involved for 2 years with Heartland Head Start, a United Way community partner. “Heartland Head Start meets clients’ needs and exceeds them. It’s truly a personal effort and the community is there for you when you need them.” Thanks Cherie! #COUNTRYLivesUnited
Throughout the rest of the month, we’ll be giving shout-outs to some of our employees involved with United Way. The first one being Eric Minster, who has been involved for 8 years. In 2011, he received the Community Service Award for his efforts with Community Health Care Clinic. Thanks Eric! #COUNTRYLivesUnited