First State Bank Offers Free Workshop to Restore Damaged Photos

FREMONT – Family photos are often the most irreplaceable items lost or damaged when natural disasters strike. If you have photos that were recently water damaged, First State Bank wants to help you save them from any further deterioration.

A class on preserving damaged photos will be held at First State Bank & Trust Company, 1005 East 23rd Street in Fremont on Saturday, June 8th from 10-11:30 a.m.  First State called in two organization and restoration experts to present a class that will teach attendees how to preserve their photos – whether they’re damaged or not.

The experts, Liz Tonjes Moritz of Hope Organizing in Omaha, and Christie Johnson of Vision to be Organized, originally a Fremont native, now living in California will present tips and tricks to to help with photo preservation.

This is a free workshop, but space is limited to the first 40 registrants. Register online at https://www.fsbtfremont.bank/index.cfm/fsbtu or by calling First State Bank & Trust Company at 402-721-2500.

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