Shirley Speaks at Recent Rotary Meeting

When it comes to estate planning, almost everyone takes steps to ensure that the big-ticket items such as the house, car, properties and investments go to those people that the benefactors desires.

But what about all the little things around the house that have been accumulated over a lifetime? Who gets Grandma’s yellow pie plate?

This was the question that 4-H agent Karen Shirley put to Rotarians when she spoke to the Winnfield club May 31. This concept in planning was developed by the University of Minnesota Extension as one of the life skills offered to young students. Mrs. Shirley pointed out that, “4-H is more than cooking and cows. A lot that we do centers on worthwhile life skills.”


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