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March 28, 2014, 11:10 am

Generation Change students perform a skit about three brothers and their independent financial choices and how it impacts their future, both overall and financially.

Emily Weaver Generation Change students perform a skit about three brothers and their independent financial choices and how it impacts their future, both overall and financially. Buy Now

 


MOUNT VERNON — Spring break has given teens in Knox County the opportunity to learn how to manage their money in a fun and interactive way. Lydia Behr, learning zone director at The Salvation Army, led the efforts of Generation Change, a financial planning program, developed by Dave Ramsey, this week for middle and high school ages. Behr said Ramsey generally develops these types of programs for adults, but Generation Change is geared toward the teenage group.

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