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Franklin Young Professionals (FYPT) have proven to be a successful community organization by collecting 1,290 lbs of food for Manna Food Bank and 425lbs for Carenet while raising over $600 in donations.

FYP members have worked tirelessly to become established and to structure the Franklin based organization.

Already having been involved in a number of Franklin Main Street functions, FYP continues to be on the lookout for community outreach opportunities and activities.

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Office of Management and Budget — May 04, 2011

As we look at our fiscal situation, the President understands that the Federal Government must do what American families are doing all across the country: find ways to live within our means and invest in the future. That means cracking down on waste and getting the most from taxpayer dollars.

Since President Obama took office, we’ve made unprecedented progress in reforming the way Washington works - saving billions of taxpayer dollars through IT reform, cutting contracting spending, and eliminating duplicative and ineffective programs.

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Grand-prize winner for attending Southwestern Community College’s Career Success Seminars is outdoor leadership student Rick Snider of Sylva. Snider won a Lenovo laptop donated by Drake Enterprises of Franklin.

Recently inducted into Alpha Beta Gamma international business honor society, Snider attended three of the campus-wide career success seminars, a requirement to be eligible for the drawing.

Seminars included how to dress for and conduct an interview, dining etiquette, transferring seamlessly to a university and finding the dream job.

 

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Foreclosure filings spiked upward another 7 percent in March of this year, but one expert believes there are alternatives consumers can use to avoid becoming part of next month's statistic.

During March, the amount of foreclosure filings totaled 239,745, according to statistics released from RealtyTrac, up from February, when filings totaled 225,101. Granted, the rate of increase is slower than it was this time last year, but financial expert Deborah McNaughton, author of “The Essential Credit Repair Handbook” from Career Press (http://www.financialvictory.com), said that the decrease wasn't attributable to better market conditions.

“The slowdown is because there are so many foreclosures to file, it’s taking lenders longer to process foreclosure proceedings,” McNaughton said. “The allegations of fraud in some of these foreclosure proceedings started last September, and as a result, there was a temporary suspension of foreclosures while the fraud was investigated. There are people out there who are still in trouble, but there are ways they can avoid a foreclosure, if they're willing to do the work.”

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