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Craig briefs for Aug. 23

— Al Cashion, an American Family Insurance agent in Craig, has been recognized for customer satisfaction excellence under the J.D. Power and Associates distinguished insurance agency program.

Cashion has been an American Family agent since December 1999.

The service excellence distinction was determined through a two-part evaluation process conducted by J.D. Power and Associates. The first part consisted of a customer satisfaction survey.

To proceed to the second step, agents must meet or exceed standards measured on a national benchmark. Agencies that perform in the top 20 percent nationally are eligible to become a distinguished insurance agency.

Agents must then pass an on-site evaluation based on five practice areas: reviews of customer insurance needs, claims handling, positive customer contacts, responsiveness and office environment.

Craig Rotary Club accepting caterer bids

The Craig Rotary Club is now accepting bids from caterers for the annual Diamonds and Spurs banquet, scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008.

Rotary Club members said caterers outside Craig have been hired in past years. Last year, club members said, some people had concerns about hiring a caterer outside the city.

For more information, call Randy Looper at 826-4444.

NRCS sets its sights on Wildlife Conservation

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service is offering technical and financial assistance for landowners interested in doing wildlife conservation projects on their land. Assistance is available for individual and group projects. Fall deadlines are quickly approaching. Interested landowners should contact Noe Marymor, Private Lands Wildlife Biologist at the Craig USDA Service Center at (970) 824-3476 ext. 3 or noe.marymor@co.usda.gov.


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