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A trend is beginning in Madison County. Couponing is slowly catching on. To meet this trend, Joyce Bethea will be hosting another couponing class on August 13 at 10 a.m. The class will be held at the Madison County Public Library. She has taught a similar class at the Lee City Hall.
“It’s sort of like Couponing 101. We just are getting people interested who don’t already coupon,” explained Bethea.
Those who attend will also get handouts. Several of which will be the coupon polices for the major stores in Madison. “I would love to see people shop more in Madison and keep money local.”She will also teach those who attend how to go to websites online and print out coupons, as well as explain which sites no to go to.
She will also explain how you can double coupons using both manufacterors and store coupons.
The Library also has a “Coupon Exchange Box” available in the library for people to find and drop off coupons. If a person cuts out all of the coupons that they will use, but there are still some left, they can drop off the unused coupons at the Library for others to use.
Everyone is welcome to join Bethea and the group at the Library to learn more about couponing during the class. Everyone is also asked to drop off some of their unused coupons or browse through those that have been dropped off. The Madison County Public Library is located at 378 NW College Loop in Madison, between the Van H. Priest Auditorium and Highway 90.