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McPHERSON, KAN. – Equity Bank is partnering with McPherson College to host Family Financial Health Day on November 21 from 4 to 7 p.m. Experts will be on hand to discuss a variety of financial milestones including paying for college.

Along with financial health information, the college and bank will give away three $1,000 scholarships, for any college, throughout the evening. Those who 
attend can enter for other prizes, and food from Big Bites will be provided.

President Michael Schneider of McPherson College will speak at 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. about affording college, and financial aid counselors will be available throughout the event to meet one-on-one to answer questions about FAFSA, applying for college, saving for college, veteran’s benefits, DACA, and more.
Seward County Community College will be available to talk about two-year college and transfer options.

Equity Bank will also have Kieran Windholz, mortgage loan originator, and Gaylyn McGregor, director of trust & wealth management, on hand to meet with families and answer questions about planning for the future. Kieran Windholz joined Equity Bank in 2017 and serves mortgage loan customers in western Kansas, based out of Equity Bank’s Hays office. Gaylyn McGregor joined Equity Trust & Wealth Management in early 2019, leading the company’s trust division and helping families and businesses with financial planning needs.

The Family Financial Health Day will take place in the community room at Equity Bank, 1700 N. Lincoln.
McPherson College is committed to its mission “To develop whole persons through scholarship, participation, and service,” in a career-focused liberal arts environment. It’s been recognized nationally by US News & World Report, Money Magazine, and the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For.” Its Automotive Restoration program is the first four-year degree program of its kind and awarded the prestigious industry supporter of the year by International Historic Motoring. Learn about all of its programs at