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By Tracy Thompson
the Times 

Brittany Zuger is new Deputy Clerk at the City of Waitsburg

Zuger is eager to interact with the community and promote summer youth programming

 

February 6, 2020

Tracy Thompson

Brittany Zuger

A welcoming presence is on board at Waitsburg City Hall, with the addition of Brittany Zuger to the staff as the new Deputy Clerk. A Waitsburg native, and Waitsburg High School graduate, Zuger was until recently, the Lead Preschool teacher for Educational Service District (ESD) 123 in Prescott, WA. where she taught for three years.

With a busy household that includes her two-year old daughter Lynlee, Zuger is also glad to be working closer to home.

She is excited about getting to interact with the community and looks forward to creating some summer programming for Waitsburg children, as well as managing the City pool program.

Zuger is a graduate of Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor's degree in Communications.

She says the biggest challenge she is facing at her new job is learning the various software programs. "Randy (Hinchliffe, City Administrator) has been very helpful with everything." Plans are underway for her to attend computer training workshops in Spokane in the near future.

Waitsburg youth who are interested in employment as a lifeguard this summer should note that the next lifeguard training class starts at the Walla Walla YMCA during Spring Break on Friday, April 3-Saturday, April 11. Class meets every day. Registration for the Spring Break course are now open and at press time there is space available. The next available training starts on Friday, April 24 and runs through Saturday, May 9. Contact the YMCA at wwymca.org.

 

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