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Welcome to EAP
Employee Assistance Program of SUNY ESF
Bring a Book, Leave a Book Program
It’s a simple and wonderful way to exchange one or two great fictional/non fictional books or current magazines you’ve read. There’s a bookshelf located over in the basement break room at Bray Hall which will have a label saying, “Bring a book, leave a book” for anyone on campus to peruse. Current favorite magazines and books in good, readable condition only. No textbooks are permitted. It is just another way for anyone on campus who loves to read to spread the joy by bringing in a few books and seeing if there’s one or two you wish to read. Please bring in no more than three books/magazines. If you have more than that, consider recycling them through your nearest library or recycling center.
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Essential documents for everyone
RESOURCES: CONSULTANTS AND WEBSITE
Do you have a will? 50 percent of all adults, even those with children, don't have one. Wills and other essential estate planning documents let you determine who receives your assets, cares for your children, or makes medical decisions for you if you can't. Your NYS-Balance program can help with the resources and information you need about these important documents.
Estate Planning: Five Essential Documents
NYS Balance Webinar
Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
Learn the key documents everyone over 18 should have prepared so your family understands your wishes regarding your health, money, and property.
BE SURE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE
Register for the webinar on the NYS-Balance website. To participate, you will need an Internet-connected PC and a phone. If the webinar is not scheduled during your break or lunch time, you can view it later online.
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