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PHOENIX -- It's about fun for the kids and financial information for adults when the Phoenix Mercury host a clinic on Saturday.

Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., kids can work on their basketball skills with Mercury players Candice Dupree and Lynetta Kizer while parents get advice on saving for the future.

"Learn how to save money for your kids' college education," said Dupree.

The financial seminar will be hosted by Ivy Funds InvestEd 529, part of Waddell & Reed, in cooperation with the Arizona Family College Savings Program.

All attendees will receive two free tickets to the Sept. 6 game against San Antonio.

The clinic and information session are both being held at US Airways Center.

Martha Maurer, News Editor

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