Tag: families

Run (or walk) on down to the Knoxville Zoo on March 2!

Information provided by Knox County Schools and Knoxville Parent
Photo provided by the Run For The Schools Facebook page

How many races get you face to face with an elephant while you support education in East Tennessee? Just one – the Rusty Wallace Honda Run for the Schools on Saturday, March 2.

The Rusty Wallace Honda Run for the Schools features a 5K run/walk and a 100-yard dash in Chilhowee Park and a one-mile family fun walk inside the Knoxville Zoo. The event includes fun for the whole family, with music, refreshments, vendor booths and prizes. All participants even receive a complementary day at the Knoxville Zoo following the race. Read more →

Helping your kids understand money

Needs vs. Wants

By Kristina Howard, Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union Marketing Specialist

Teaching your children money management skills is a critical part of their future. Good habits start early in life and the savings habit brings lifelong benefits. Here are some simple suggestions to teach your kids the value of money.

Understanding personal finance and how money works for you can make a tremendous difference to you and your family. It can heighten your financial well-being, increase your sense of control, and give you a more positive outlook on life in general. Learning good habits early in life can make managing money easier over the long run. Read more →

The gift of giving

By Kristina Howard, Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union Marketing Specialist

I am thankful for . . .

By Kristina Howard, Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union Marketing Specialist