North Hardin High School students get lesson in financial literacy

Pictured are Ethan Crow, Marcus Harris, Nathan Stalsgerg, Elijah Crow, Phi Beta Sigma Bigger Better Business Chairman Pastor Marcus Dixon, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Branch Manager Lincoln Trail Branch Sharon Riehemann, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Financial Education Specialist Kourtne Varnado, Kamari Parks and Jonathan Scott.

Bigger and Better Business Chairman Marcus Dixon of Fort Knox, Alpha Omega Sigma Chap­ter of Phi Beta Sigma Fra­ternity Inc., and Fort Knox Fede­ral Credit Union mentored the young men at North Hardin High School in financial literacy.

Sharon Riehemann, branch manager, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union in Radcliff, and her assistant, Kourtne Varnado, taught a session on financial literacy that consisted of check writing, how to establish a budget, building credit, how to improve your credit score, paying yourself first and how to establish savings.

The session was Oct 16 and the Alpha Omega Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fra­ternity Inc. will conduct seven more sessions. Sessions include Development Social and Pro­fes­sional Ettiquette, Military Lead­er­ship, Understanding Free Enterprise, Self-Esteem, Home Buying and Loan Procedures, Academic Achievement, and Community Service.

Alpha Omega Sigma Chapter, Fort Knox, Phi Beta sigma Fraternity Inc. members appreciate Sharon Riehemann and Kourtne Varnado for their time, dedication, support and illustration of the financial literacy class to students of the Sigma Mentorship Program at North Hardin High School.