Neighborhood Reads and the Community Literacy Foundation are teaming up to show some extra gratitude to our educators this summer. Teachers have been asked to register and select a book they would like to read - for fun! Local businesses and community members can sponsor an educator (at random) with a $25 tax-deductible gift to the Community Literacy Foundation. From there, the CLF volunteers will wrap and mail the book, chosen specifically by the educator. It's a great way to show appreciation for
The East Central College AEL program is free to everyone.
We offer high school equivalency preparation, English language classes, basic computer training, literacy tutoring and life-skills instruction.
All classes require an orientation during which class requirements will be discussed and testing assessments will be completed.
College & Career ReadinessDay Class Locations
Sullivan • Union • Washington • Rolla
College & Career ReadinessEvening Class Locations
Pacific • Union • Washington •
Casey Zastrow, an American Family Insurance agency owner in Washington, has been recognized for providing outstanding customer experiences.
The Washington resident of 13 years received the top honor from the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program, according to a March 8 press release.
“We’re always honored to receive customer service awards, as it’s the true measure of making sure our customers are taken care of,” Zastrow, 41, said.
Zastrow was recognized based on results
An official groundbreaking ceremony was held on Friday, February 26 the new Bank of Franklin County flagship branch located at 5702 Hwy 100 in Washington. The new ‘smart branch’ will serve as the main branch and provide upgraded technology offerings as well as a more dynamic space to better serve customers.
Construction is scheduled to be completed later this year.
Photos and Video of the event are available the bank's Next Generation Branch website. Progress throughout the construction process will