Helen Johnson, group vice president for community development at Columbus Bank and Trust, helps South Columbus Elementary School third-graders with their reading comprehension, listening and writing skills. Three mornings per week, three volunteers from CB&T visit the school to implement this initiative, part of the company’s Partner in Education program with South Columbus and supporting the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce 2025 Strategy to improve language arts skills in local schools.
Helen Johnson, group vice president for community development at Columbus Bank and Trust, helps South Columbus Elementary School third-graders with their reading comprehension, listening and writing skills. Three mornings per week, three volunteers from CB&T visit the school to implement this initiative, part of the company’s Partner in Education program with South Columbus and supporting the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce 2025 Strategy to improve language arts skills in local schools. Courtesy of South Columbus principal Dawn Jenkins
Helen Johnson, group vice president for community development at Columbus Bank and Trust, helps South Columbus Elementary School third-graders with their reading comprehension, listening and writing skills. Three mornings per week, three volunteers from CB&T visit the school to implement this initiative, part of the company’s Partner in Education program with South Columbus and supporting the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce 2025 Strategy to improve language arts skills in local schools. Courtesy of South Columbus principal Dawn Jenkins

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