Paying too much for phone service?
Bring in your phone bill
to the Collinsville Memorial Public Library Center
anytime between 4 and 7 pm
on Wednesday, March 19th
for a free analysis by the Citizens Utility Board.
Most people pay too much for phone service because their bills are filled with pricey plans and services they just don't need. That's why the Citizens Utility Board (CUB), a non-profit group created by the State Legislature to fight for the rights of utility consumers, has launched a campaign to hold free phone-bill clinics across Illinois. CUB experts will sit down with you one on one, explain all the confusing charges on your bill, and help you sort through the perplexing calling plans being offered in the local and long-distance telephone markets.
Three talks are scheduled at the Collinsville Memorial Library Center on your Health.
Tuesday, March 18th from 6-8pm – Nutrition 101: Where to Start
Tuesday, April 8th from 6-8pm – Myths and Truths about Female Hormones
Tuesday, April 22nd, from 6-8pm – Making Healthier Changes Permanent
The Speaker will be Dr. Amanda Buffington.
Food for Fines
March 1 through March 22
For every Non-perishable Food or Toiletry Itembrought in to the Library, we will take $1.00 off of late fines on your library card.
All proceeds benefit the Collinsville Food Pantry on behalf of the needy in Collinsville.