Rushville Republican

September 27, 2013

Who gets Grandma's yellow pie plate?

Rushville Republican

---- — Passing on personal possessions is a process that occurs for almost every person in every kind of family. Although this non-titled property is often not listed in the will, transferring it to the next generation can have a major impact on family relationships.

Join Purdue educator Gracie Marlatt for an overview of, “Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate,” a curriculum developed by the University of Minnesota Extension. On Monday, Oct. 7, you can join Gracie at noon in the Rush County Courthouse Assembly Room or at 7 p.m. at the Rush County Fair Office, 1299 N. Sexton Street. Local attorney Julie Newhouse will be present at the 7 p.m. session. Multiple generations are encouraged to attend together.

Reservations are not necessary but helpful. Call Purdue Extension Rush County at 932-5974. Purdue University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action university. If you have special needs, please call us prior to the meeting.