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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show.
 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

The show draws from Burt’s vast blessings and experiences as a financial planner since 1995, working directly with his own clients and providing advice to other advisors around the country.

The show will be airing each week at the same time. You can listen on the radio or online at the KDAR website. You can listen in at 10:30 a.m., or come back and listen to a podcast at your convenience.

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The podcast link is now live as well. You can find that, by clicking here.

 
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Each month a Chamber Business will offer a complimentary product or service exclusivley for fellow chamber members for only ONE hour. 

In September, you are invited to join a one hour "Caramel Apple Making Party" at Newberry Candy!

Each member will receive a complimentary caramel apple to dip with their favorite toppings! The apple is then packaged to go. 

Come by after work with your sweet tooth and get hands on making your own delicious dessert! 

Register with the link above.  Limited spaces!

*Chamber membership must be current to participate.
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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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Staff members provide brief reports from their prospective agencies to inform each other and members of the chamber of upcoming events or other items of interest.


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    Rudy Began his Edison career in 1984 as a meter reader. Other prior experience with the Company includes corporate services representative, associate service planner and field services representative. He joined Edison's Local Public Affairs (LPA) department in November of 1993. During his time in the department he has served as chair of the Organizational Development Team, which provides training opportunities for employees of LPA.

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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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Davis, author of “The Beatles and Me On Tour,” will speak about his experience covering the Beatle’s revolutionary 1964 American tour—24 cities in 34 jammed-packed days. Halpin, host of the syndicated radio show “Come Together with the Beatles,” will explore the rock covers from which the Beatles launched their careers and share personal vignettes to transport guests back in time to experience the excitement of hearing the Beatles for the first time. There will be books for sale and signing by the authors. The evening will begin with a reception from 5:30-6 p.m. followed by the main program. Refreshments will be served. This event is free to attend however reservations are required. RSVP with name and email address to cdickey@fcoplaw.com to reserve a seat.

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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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The Burt Williamson Show: Radio Program on Money Matters

Introducing The Burt Williamson Show

The new show will cover important matters that affect the financial lives of business owners, baby boomers, and their families. Oh, it’s presented in plain English, too.

Hear ways you can become a better steward of your finances and have less financial stress, so you can focus on the other things that are really important in your life.

Please listen in on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. on 98.3 FM KDAR radio to hear the 25 minute show. 
A podcast of the interview will be available later next week.

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