Calendar of Events
- January 21st, 2022 (7:00 PM): 5th Annual Epilepsy Awareness Hockey Game
- January 22, 2022 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM): Hoyt Park School Skate
- January 29, 2022 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM): Hoyt Park Skate With the Mascots
- February 5, 2022 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM): Hoyt Park Skate With The SVSU Hockey Team
- February 12, 2022 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM): Hoyt Park Skate & Sledding 8th Annual Outhouse Race
- February 19, 2022 (4:30 PM - 8:00 PM): Snow Moon Trail Walk/Run
- February 26, 2022 (5:00 PM - 11:00 PM): Emerald Evening - A Midnight Masquerade
- March 13th, 2022 (11:45 PM): Msgr. Forbes College Scholarship Deadline
- March 20th, 2022 (9:00 AM): Bay Area Runner’s Club St. Patrick’s Day Races
- March 27th, 2022 (3:00 PM): Saginaw Choral Society - performance of Alzheimer’s Stories
- April 28th, 2022 (5:30 PM): 66th Annual Meeting
- May 30th, 2022: Memorial Day - CLOSED
- July 4th, 2022: Independence Day - CLOSED
- September 5th, 2022: Labor Day - CLOSED
- November 24th, 2022: Thanksgiving Day - CLOSED
Posted by GreenPath Financial Wellness on January 3, 2022
The New Year is a time for new beginnings. Are you ready to make money resolutions that stick?
Eliminating debt, learning new spending habits, or building savings are choices that can change your life. They can affect your entire well-being from stress levels, to physical and mental health.
When considered as one big New Year’s goal, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin. To make it possible in the year ahead, here are five tips to commit to your financial health.
Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on December 8, 2021
As 2021 draws to a close and we prepare to usher in 2022, take a moment to go through this year-end financial checklist for ensuring your finances are in order before the start of the New Year.
1. Review your budget
Is your monthly budget still working well for you? Are you stretching some spending categories or finishing each month in the red? Take some time to review your budget and make any necessary changes.
2. Top off your retirement plan
Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on November 15, 2021
Ready, set… charge! The holiday shopping season is here, and between inflated prices, the rising cost of gas and the urge to splurge this time of year, it can be harder than ever to stick to your budget. Here, we’ve listed eight holiday shopping hacks to help keep your spending under control while still finding the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
1. Make a list and check it twice
It’s not just for groceries—this tried-and-true shopping hack can really help you keep costs down this holiday season. When you shop with a list in hand and you’re careful to stick to it, you can make responsible shopping decisions instead of buying anything and everything that catches your eye.
Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on October 25, 2021
That cackling, long-haired witch might send your heart fluttering with fear, but these Halloween scams are even spookier! Here’s what to know about these common Halloween scams.
1. The Joker
Desperate for money before the holiday shopping season hits? Looking to pad your pockets with a bit of extra cash? Scammers know this all too well, and target consumers with messages promising loads of money for very little work. All you need to do is send a small amount of money to a designated digital address via CashApp, Venmo, or another money transfer app, and your money will be doubled, tripled, or more.
Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on October 13, 2021
October is National Financial Planning Month, and it's the perfect time to review your finances and take action for better financial success.
It’s time to kiss that debt goodbye! Getting rid of high debt will take hard work, willpower and the determination to see it through until the end, but it is doable. Here, we’ve outlined six steps to help you start crushing debt today.
Posted by GreenPath Financial Wellness on October 4, 2021
This month’s Get Smart About Credit Day gives us a great opportunity to get on the right foot with credit.
If keeping up with credit card balances has become a challenge, it’s smart to assess your overall financial picture and your spending habits.
Remember: taking on credit card debt is borrowing money you haven’t earned yet. It is smart to keep the focus on this fundamental truth.
To get smart about credit cards, be aware of the common warning signs that might indicate issues with credit card usage:
Posted by GreenPath Financial Wellness on August 26, 2021
When we think of back to school, we think of what our kids will learn to set themselves up for success as adults.
Among these is understanding finances and managing money. Parents may question the best time to start teaching kids about money and many experts answer - the sooner the better.
Kids can learn a lot watching their parents, especially watching the preparations at the beginning of the school year. What they see can set a pattern for life.
Everyone looks forward to new beginnings, even as we continue to manage the challenges the pandemic provides. Now is a great time for the whole family to establish new habits.
Posted by BALANCE on July 13, 2021
At some point during the long summer, kids are bound to say the words every parent dreads: “Mom, I’m bored!” Oh sure, there are many things to do—amusement parks, costly trips to the mall, and summer camps—just to name a few. But thrifty moms and dads can keep kids happy without having to break the bank. With a little creativity, you can still uncover a variety of ways to keep your children stimulated with little or no cost. Here are some budget-friendly activities to enjoy during the long summer months:
Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on June 25, 2021
Q: Which home improvement projects can I tackle myself, and which should I leave to the pros?
A: In today’s world, when you can look up how to do practically any project online, it’s tempting to want to do everything yourself, but it isn’t always the best choice. Attempting to do a project on your own can sometimes end up costing more time, money and mess than it’s worth. Here’s how to know when to do it yourself, and when to leave it to the pros.