BCFR Director Honored with Distinguished Service Award

BCFR Director Honored with Distinguished Service Award

Mark Satterwhite, Director of Life & Work Connections at Boone County Family Resources (BCFR) was recently honored by The Missouri Association of County Developmental Disabilities Services (MACDDS) at their annual fall conference with the “Distinguished Service Award” for his 27-year career in the field of serving people with developmental disabilities. To be recognized for this […]

BCFR Director Honored with Distinguished Service Award

For Immediate Release – December 17, 2014 For More Information Contact – Robyn Kaufman, Executive Director at (573) 874-1995 BCFR Director Honored with Distinguished Service Award Mark Satterwhite, Director of Life & Work Connections at Boone County Family Resources (BCFR) was recently honored by The Missouri Association of County Developmental Disabilities Services (MACDDS) at their annual fall conference […]

Carol and Judye – Lifelong Friends

Carol and her friend Judye Wright share a special bond. They’ve known each other since Carol’s family moved to Columbia. They spend just about every Sunday together at First Assembly of God church. “Carol is very well-known around the church,” says Judye. “Everyone loves her.” The families have been friends for a long time. In […]

Navigators Club Takes on Columbia

A fulfilling life involves growth and the realization of goals despite or because of challenges. The Navigators Club is a Life & Work Connections class that aims to give participants opportunities to thrive by growing, exploring and realizing goals. Five participants met at Columbia College and throughout the Columbia community from June to October 2014 […]

Meet Miss Addie

Adeline, or “Addie” as her friends and family call her, is a cute seven-year-old first grader at New Haven Elementary school in Columbia. Like many girls her age, she is social and enjoys school. This past year was her first year in Columbia Public School, but according to Addie’s grandmother, Laura, the transition seems to […]