5:30 PM17:30

North Central Washington Walk to End Alzheimer's

The Alzheimer’s Association North Central washington “Walk to End Alzheimer’s®” is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions! The North Central Washington Walk to End Alzheimer’s returns this year to Pybus Public Market on Saturday, September 8, 2018. Registration opens at 8:30am, Ceremony at 9:45am, Walk at 10:00am.

Event information available at:

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11:00 AM11:00

Credit Reporting for Small Business

Credit Reporting for small business provides an overview of credit reporting and is designed to help you understand how reporting your credit can benefit you in your business and personal finances. 


Pybus Public Market
3 N Worthen

Date/Time Information:

Friday, September 22nd
11am - 1pm  Lunch is included 

Contact Information:

Carolyn 509.765.9206 ext 239



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8:00 AM08:00

Youth United Wenatchee Color Rush

The United Way of Chelan & Douglas Counties is excited to bring back the Color Rush 5k, a fun fundraiser that encourages fitness in the outdoors, while raising money to support Youth United (a program designed to promote volunteerism amongst Chelan & Douglas County youth).

Check-in this Saturday, August 19th from 3-7 pm at Pybus Market!


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12:00 PM12:00

Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers

David Kazemba will be a featured speaker for a national National Business Institute continuing legal education class entitled Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers.  Specifically, David will be speaking on top challenges, entity choices for farming operations, and valuation discounts in light of the proposed regulations which would amend Internal Revenue Code Sec. 25.2704 which effects valuation discounts and the ability of holder's right to transfer his or her interest in a corporation or partnership.  

This seminar is designed to teach other attorneys and accountants about the proposed regulations and help educate practitioners about how this may effect estate planning for the family farmer or rancher.  

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8:30 AM08:30

Top Elder Care Planning Strategies

David Kazemba will be speaking at a National Business Institute continuing legal education class entitled Top Elder Care Planning Strategies.  Specifically, David will be speaking on family caregiver contracts and problems that can arise in plan implementation.  

This seminar is designed to teach other attorneys about the various long term care options and help educate practitioners about Medicaid eligibility as well as family caregiver agreements.  

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8:30 AM08:30

6th Annual Community Justice Continuing Legal Education Blitz

The Community Justice CLE Blitz is hosted by Chelan Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services (VAS) and offers attorneys and legal staff an opportunity for local training and CLE credits.  Revenue from this event ensures that free legal services continue to be available to individuals and families living in poverty.


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6:30 PM18:30

Making Decisions on the Behalf of Others

Are you a guardian, a power of attorney, or trustee?  Do you make financial decisions on the behalf of others?  Come join us at Aging and Adult Care on October 12, 2016 to hear David Kazemba with Overcast Law Offices, PS and attorney Peggi Moxley, discuss the important role of fiduciary and give you tips on how to make decisions when you are making decisions on behalf of others.  



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