May 2016
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Congressman Cleaver reads to students at Garfield Elementary
Cleaver joins Central Bank of KC in Teach Children to Save lesson
by Sarah Cousineau
On May 4, 2016, Congressman Cleaver read a story, Uncle Jed’s Barbershop as part of a Teach Children to Save lesson to 5th grade students at Garfield Elementary (Ms. Reinhardt’s class). Margaree Mitchell, the author of Uncle Jed’s Barbershop was also invited to join in the session. Congressman Cleaver told about his childhood growing up in the South as well as his career as a Congressman in Washington D.C. Margaree Mitchell shared about being an author and what inspired her to write the book. The students asked so many great questions and were totally enthralled with both the Congressman and Ms. Mitchell.
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Family Game Night
Family Fun at St. Mark’s
by Sarah Cousineau

You could hear rolls of dice, bingo calls, game pieces clicking and plenty of laughter at Central Bank’s Family Game Night on April 26th at the St. Mark’s Child Development Center. About 20 families attended—approximately 70 people enjoyed a pizza dinner, snacks, 20 different games and lots of family fun! Click on to see more pictures from this one-of-a-kind event.
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What to Know About “Spear Phishing”
The latest scam thrives on familiarity

Most of us are aware of the term “phishing” — a con game in which scammers use spam, malicious websites, and online messages to trick people into divulging sensitive financial or personal information.
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5 Fun Facts About the Indy 500
Interesting tidbits about the history of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing”

The Indianapolis 500 is an American tradition, having been held on or around Memorial Day Weekend every year since its inception in 1911. With over a century of history, there is a lot to learn about the Indy 500, even for longtime racing fans. Here are a few fun facts about the Indy 500.
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Health Benefits of Cycling
The upsides of getting back on the bike and riding

Whether you are looking to lose some weight, feel better about yourself or simply take up a new activity, cycling is a great use of your time. Cycling is a fantastic hobby that you can enjoy by yourself or with friends, at dawn or at dusk and in spring or in fall. It is also a hobby that has multitudinous benefits for your health.
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