February 2019
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Be Heart Healthy
February 28th from 10am-3pm

Be Heart Healthy at Central Bank of Kansas CityDon’t miss our Be Heart Healthy Event tomorrow-February 28th-from 10am-3pm at our main branch at 2301 Independence Avenue, KCMO. At the event, there will be free blood pressure and glucose screenings by Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, great information from the KC Library, the YMCA and Jackson County Parks and Rec, free juice tastings from Ruby Jean’s Juicery and free prizes and a raffle with two iFitness bands, two $25 gift cards and two YMCA certificates – one for a month long membership and the other for a personal trainer for a month. Check out our event on our Facebook page for more information. Hope to see you there!
Mardi Gras Party
Tuesday, March 5th


The Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (NEKCCoC) is having its 9th annual MARDI GRAS: Beads, Beans & Booze event on Fat Tuesday, March 5, 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the famous American Jazz Museum located at 1616 E. 18th Street, Kansas City Missouri 64108 in the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District! get your tickets HERE.
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The Truth About Vitamins
Are vitamins the support you need to improve or maintain your health?


From heart and cardiovascular support to improving cognitive functions, memory and digestion, there seems to be a vitamin that can solve your every health woe as well as prevent problems. With so many vitamins available on the market, how do you know which ones, if any, you should take?
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Tips for Deep Cleaning and Organizing Your Fridge
Keep your fridge clean and tidy with these tips


Your refrigerator is an essential and hard-working appliance in your home. If it’s a gross mess, it’s degrading the quality of your food and putting you and your family at risk.
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The History of Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras tradition traces deep roots


In cities around the world, and particularly in New Orleans, Mardi Gras fills the late days of winter with colorful revelry. If you’ve ever wondered how this annual tradition got its start, here’s a look at the roots of the holiday and how it developed in the United States.
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The Importance of Checkbook Safety
Why keeping your checkbook secure is a smart move

A checkbook might feel like a financial relic, but it has a relevant place in today’s world. To reap all the benefits a checkbook can offer, it’s important to keep it safe.
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When You Should Increase Your Deductible
Scenarios that might justify a higher deductible

Discover what circumstances might legitimize a higher deductible, as well as some strategies for adjusting your deductible for different coverages.
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Should You Pay Down Debt or Save?
What’s makes better financial sense — saving or paying down debt first?

Should you put retirement savings first or is it better to be debt-free? Or is a combined effort your best plan of action on your quest for financial health and security?
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How to Raise Capital for Your Business
Ways for your business to get the funding it needs

Very few people can raise the necessary capital themselves to launch a new business, especially if it is their first startup. Though a necessary part of the process, investing your own money may not be enough. How can you raise capital for your business, and where can you get it?
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