by Jordan Green

Forsyth County opens RV park

Forsyth County is scheduled to open RV Tanglewood in Tanglewood Park west of Winston-Salem on Wednesday. The recreational vehicle park, which will be operated by the county parks and recreation department, includes 44 paved sites equipped with water, sewer and 50-amp electrical service; cable TV hookup will be added later this summer, the county has announced. The cost for each site is $29 per night. Situated along the Yadkin River, Tanglewood Park includes golf courses, lakes with fishing access, horse stables, biking and hiking trails, an aquatics center, tennis courts, playgrounds and gardens. — JG

Greensboro library receives federal funding for financial literacy

The Greensboro Public Library has received a $96,500 grant from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, a federal agency that regulates securities firms that do business in the United States, to provide financial literacy education to teenagers. The grant program is funded from fines levied by the agency against securities firms for wrongdoing, a library press release states. The interactive financial workshops will be offered at library branches and online this summer. “Our first series of hands-on workshops will cover budgeting basics, handling checking and savings accounts, using credit responsibly and setting financial goals,” said business librarian Martha Thomas Larson in a prepared statement. “Next, participants will learn about the transition to adulthood, including the advantages of investing and the ‘latte factor,’ which focuses on how even small luxuries end up costing.” — JG