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Free financial education workshops hosted by local realtor and mortgage lender.

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TLDR: Local realtor Mignon Lagatta and mortgage lender Desiree Lebleu are hosting a four-part financial education program called Wealth and Wisdom. The program aims to help people gain control over their finances and make the most of their money. The first session will take place on Feb. 21 at Cabinet & Lighting Supply in Reno, and while the class is free, participants must RSVP in advance.

Local realtor Mignon Lagatta and mortgage lender Desiree Lebleu are teaming up to offer a free financial education program called Wealth and Wisdom. The four-part series aims to help individuals gain control over their finances and make smarter money decisions. Each session will cover a different topic related to personal finance.

The first session of Wealth and Wisdom will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Cabinet & Lighting Supply in Reno. Lagatta and Lebleu encourage those interested in attending to RSVP in advance online.

Financial education is an important topic, as many people struggle with managing their money effectively and making informed financial decisions. By offering this program for free, Lagatta and Lebleu hope to provide accessible education for their community.

Lagatta, the owner of Haven Home Realty, and Lebleu, a mortgage lender at Guild Mortgage, have experience in the real estate and financial industries. Their expertise makes them qualified to teach others about personal finance and offer valuable insights.

Anyone who wants to attend the Wealth and Wisdom program can sign up online. The program offers a great opportunity for individuals to gain financial knowledge and skills that can improve their financial well-being.

Overall, the Wealth and Wisdom program is a valuable resource for individuals who want to improve their financial literacy and make better money decisions. By offering free classes, Lagatta and Lebleu are making financial education accessible to their community and helping individuals gain control over their finances.

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