Cowell Appearing At Local Library as part of her Children's Financial Education Story Time Series

RALEIGH, NC – State Treasurer Janet Cowell will be making an appearance at the North Regional Library in Raleigh during her series of Children's Financial Education Story Time events. Treasurer Cowell will be reading the story of Patches the Pig, a colorful piggy bank searching for a new home, to help explain the importance of saving money and tips for smart financial habits for children.

The story of Patches the Pig, written by a seven-year-old North Carolina student, helps kick-start excitement and understanding about the importance of saving your pennies from a very early age.

Please RSVP to Walton Robinson at
WHAT: Children's Financial Education Story Time with Treasurer Janet Cowell

WHO: NC State Treasurer Janet Cowell, area children ages 3-5, local elected officials

WHEN: 10:30 a.m. Monday, March 25, 2013
WHERE: North Regional Library - 7009 Harps Mill Road Raleigh, NC 27615 (View Map)

Financial education is a critical focus for students of all ages. For more information about Treasurer Cowell’s financial literacy initiatives, please visit

Hope you all enjoy! Check out the websites if you cannot attend. This is awesome.

Carolina Mama

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