Assemblymember Dodd to Host Financial Education Workshop in American Canyon
Assemblymember Bill Dodd will host a Financial Education Workshop in American Canyon on Thursday, September 22nd. All residents of Napa and Solano County are encouraged to attend this free event. Topics include: budgeting for retirement, avoiding financial scams, saving for college, and long-term care considerations.
“Please join me in American Canyon for a free financial literacy workshop. Speakers will cover a wide range of topics designed to help people get the most bang for their buck. Bring any questions you have about state policy, discuss issues impacting our community, and learn about resources my office can provide,” said Assemblymember Dodd.
WHAT: American Canyon Financial Literacy Workshop
WHO: Assemblymember Bill Dodd and experts from the California Society of CPAs
WHEN: Thursday, September 22 from 1 – 3 p.m.
WHERE: American Canyon Holiday Inn | 5001 Main Street, American Canyon
Assemblymember Bill Dodd represents the 4th Assembly District, which includes all or portions of Napa, Solano, Sonoma, Lake, Yolo, and Colusa Counties. You can learn more about the event at www.asm.ca.gov/dodd or you can call Assemblymember Dodd’s office at (530) 662-7867.
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Assemblymember Bill Dodd represents the 4th Assembly District, which includes all or portions of Napa, Solano, Sonoma, Lake, Yolo, and Colusa Counties. You can learn more about the event at www.asm.ca.gov/dodd.
Bill is a 5th generation Californian and lifelong resident of the district, where he grew up on a small family farm in Napa County. In the Assembly, he has fought for measures to help small businesses, protect our environment, and support seniors and working families. Bill has also worked to advance a balanced, sustainable budget that invests in our education system from preschool through higher education. He helped enact laws establishing the state’s Earned Income Tax Credit, investing $400 million in career technical education, promoting gender pay equity, assisting low income seniors and families facing high water bills, and preserving 330,000 acres through creation of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument.