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April 23, Denver – It is never too early to teach children about money—how to spend, how to save, and how to ensure it is safe for the future. A visit by State Bank and Financial Services Commissioner Patty Salazar to a group of Young AmeriTowne fourth graders helped bring this lesson to life.
President and CEO, Richard E. Martinez, Jr., invited Ms. Salazar to speak to 118 students from Black Forest Hills Elementary, a Cherry Creek School located in Aurora in celebration of Financial Literacy Month. Ms. Salazar works for the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).
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