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Fairfield National Bank Helps the Community through FNB Cares

News Release

For Immediate Release

June 10, 2015

Fairfield National Bank Helps the Community through FNB Cares

Lancaster – For the past four years, Fairfield National Bank has organized a month long event called FNB Cares. Through this program, FNB associates visit area non-profit agencies and assist them with projects that have needed done, or that would help the agency run more efficiently. The projects include: landscaping, painting walls, cleaning up trash, helping set up a special event and sorting food donations.

This year, FNB Cares assisted 11 different organizations for over 184 hours of community service. FNB Marketing Director, Molly Bates, says, “The FNB Cares projects are a great way for our associates to give back to the community and learn more about how these agencies help our community. On several occasions, our associates have gone back to an agency to become a regular volunteer.”

For more information about FNB Cares projects, contact Molly Bates at 740.681.8216 or

Included photo shows FNB associates: Steve Wells, Jessica James, Rachel Kehl, Whitney Brown and Eric Croft as they clean up the Lancaster bike path.

View a pdf of the news release.

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