Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Center Coordinator Marcia Oliver, financial literacy course graduate Candace Taylor-Harris and Jackie Joyner-Kersee pose for a photograph with the $1,000 check that Taylor-Harris received after completing the free, 10-week class. The money will be used to start savings accounts for Taylor-Harris and her grandson.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Center Coordinator Marcia Oliver, financial literacy course graduate Candace Taylor-Harris and Jackie Joyner-Kersee pose for a photograph with the $1,000 check that Taylor-Harris received after completing the free, 10-week class. The money will be used to start savings accounts for Taylor-Harris and her grandson. Provided
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Center Coordinator Marcia Oliver, financial literacy course graduate Candace Taylor-Harris and Jackie Joyner-Kersee pose for a photograph with the $1,000 check that Taylor-Harris received after completing the free, 10-week class. The money will be used to start savings accounts for Taylor-Harris and her grandson. Provided

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