Photo: L-R–Councilwoman Megan Cook; JA Talbot Chair Laura Heikes; JA board members George Koste of Maryland Capital Enterprises, and Talli Oxnam of Wye Financial & Trust
The Town of Easton, Maryland proclaimed April 2018 “Junior Achievement Financial Literacy Month” in recognition of the financial literacy education efforts of Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, (JA). JA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship education to kindergarten-12th grade students at no cost to the schools. At Monday night’s Town Council meeting, Councilwoman Megan Cook presented the proclamation to JA board chair Laura Heikes of Shore United Bank, and board members George Koste of Maryland Capital Enterprises, and Talli Oxnam of Wye Trust in honor of Financial Literacy Month and JA’s work in promoting the financial well-being of Easton’s citizens.
In its 2017 fiscal year, Junior Achievement reached over 7,000 students across the Shore. To volunteer, donate, or learn more about Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, email email@example.com, or log on to www.easternshoreja.org.