December 2015
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Holiday Giving
by Sarah Cousineau

Itís beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Central Bank. Everyone here has been busy shopping, gift wrapping and decorating to brighten up the holidays for two needy families from Operation Breakthrough and Childrenís Place. In addition, staff created and decorated 32 stockings for Della Lamb. These Christmas projects are part of our Harmon-Huwaldt Project and were featured recently in the Northeast News.

Fall Outreach Projects
by Sarah Cousineau

This fall was busy with the Harmon-Huwaldt Project. We collected coats for Project Warmth, womenís clothing and personal care items for Newhouse, menís clothing for the Menís Warehouse donation program and money for the Firemanís fund honoring Larry Leggio and John Mesh.

Tips From Popular Money-Saving Experts
Easy ways to save money each day

We all want to save money. While itís a struggle for many, there are lots of simple ways to sock a few ó or more ó extra bucks away each month. Take a cue from some of these money-saving experts to find out a few easy ways you can cut back on expenses and start saving for whatever it is life throws your way.

Do You Have Enough Disability Insurance?
What to look out for when it comes to coverage

If you were to come down with an extended illness, or an accident sidelined you from your job for a while, how would you make ends meet? Group disability insurance can help you to an extent, but you may not have it.

Healthy New Yearís Resolutions You Should Actually Stick To
Make 2016 a year unlike any other with these resolutions

It is a common practice for individuals to set resolutions for the New Year. Typically, health-related goals are chief among these aspirations. Typically, they involve going to the gym more, eating better or quitting some degree of bad habit. It can be quite easy to fall off the wagon with resolutions once the shimmer of the New Year has worn off, but 2016 can be the year where you finally stick to your pledges and improve your quality of life. To help, here are resolutions for 2016 that you should strive to achieve.

How to Make a Small Bathroom Look Bigger
Expand your bathroom by making it appear larger

Bathrooms are an important area in every home, but not all of them possess a spacious amount of square footage. If your bathroom currently feels cramped, you do not need to tear it down and remodel it to efficiently utilize the space you already have. With some simple rearranging and new dťcor, your small bathroom can look a whole lot bigger.

Keeping on Top of Business Debt
Profit by keeping track of your business debt

No matter how successful your business is, income and expenses do not always line up exactly how you would wish. This means that keeping track of debt is a necessary factor for all business owners.

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