Pulaski Rotary guest speaker Feb. 11: Illinois Treasurer Dan
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MOUNT PULASKI -- Mount
Pulaski's Rotary Club is sponsoring a speaking engagement by Illinois State
Treasurer Dan Rutherford at Buff's Restaurant, on the west side of the
square, at noon on Monday, Feb. 11. Rutherford will discuss the plight of Illinois
finances. A question-and-answer period will follow his presentation.
Also, Rutherford will be accompanied
by his I-Cash team, who will illustrate how to access the Illinois
Treasury account for private assets that have gone unclaimed.
Rutherford says 1 in 8 Illinois residents have an asset that can be
claimed through I-Cash. The state treasurer's office has collected
more than $1.6 billion in unclaimed property that belongs to
millions of Illinois residents. This unclaimed property includes
everything from forgotten bank accounts to entire estates that have
never reached their rightful owners. The I-Cash team will stay
afterward to assist any and all who wish to have them go online with
their portable laptop computers and check for unclaimed assets.
Attendees will be asked to run their
own tab for lunch or may simply order a beverage, dessert, etc. A
RSVP is requested so that enough tables and chairs may be set up.
Pulaski Rotary Club contacts:
Phil Bertoni, publicity chair:
217-341-8967 cell or 792-5442 residence
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