“Supporting Junior Achievement’s decision to commit to our students in Columbia makes sense to us,” said Mr. Meyerpeter. “We understand the importance of developing good financial skills at an early age. Today’s students will become our community as well as state, national and worldwide leaders. The better understanding they have of finances and entrepreneurship, the better their chances of success”. On behalf of The Callaway Bank, Mr. Meyerpeter committed $1,000 towards the 5th grade students at Russell Blvd traveling to St. Louis in the spring to participate in JA Biz Town, a capstone program offered by Junior Achievement.
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