Hastings continues generosity to Adult Education

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Hastings, 2631 William, recently demonstrated its continuing support of Cape Girardeau Public Schools' Adult Education and Literacy program with a contribution of $512.83, representing customer donations at the Cape store. Pictured above, from the left, are students Taryn Smith, Bethany Price, Alecia Zahlen and Amanda Beard; Coordinator for Adult Education and Literacy Becky Atwood; Hastings Store Manager Eric Foster; Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Welker; students Candis Ward, Amber Parker and Kaeleigh Sutherland.

More than 320 students have earned a high school equivalency through the Adult Education program headquartered at 301 N. Clark Street-- the former Vo-Tech Building. For more information on English as a Second Language and GED programs, contact Ms. Becky Atwood, coordinator of Adult Education for Cape Girardeau Public Schools, at 573-334-3669.

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