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Farmers secures field naming rights with AC Valley Little League...


ACVLL FNBE resized 600The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton and AC Valley Little League recently joined forces to secure a 5 year contract for the naming rights of the field located on Prospect Street in Emlenton, PA. The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton made a donation of $2,500 to the organization in support of this effort and the overall mission of the team.  

Accepting the donation on behalf of AC Valley Little League was David Slater, President, and Michael Weigle, Secretary. Representing the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Cindy Elder, Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager of the Emlenton office.  

AC Valley Little League (ACVLL) is a chartered association with Little League™.  ACVLL serves the entire AC Valley school district to provide opportunities for kids, both boys and girls, to play Little League Baseball and Softball. The ages range from 4 years old in T-ball to 18 years old in Senior League baseball and softball.  No matter what your child’s age, ACVLL provides an opportunity for him/her to get on the field and play ball.

Supported by the local community and businesses, ACVLL is able to provide a great playing experience at a minimal cost.  Without the financial support, ACVLL  would not be able to provide the great experience of team work, effort and personal best results for the youth in the area.

Little League as a worldwide organization, is a 100% volunteer effort.  The ACVLL local charter is no different, absolutely 100% volunteer.  If you would like to be a volunteer and help make it happen, do not hesitate to the ACVLL board of directors. The ACVLL board of directors can be reached on Facebook at “ACV Little League” or on the internet at www.eteamz.com/acvalleylittleleague. If you have kids that would like to live the Little League experience or if youknow of a business that would like to be involved as a sponsor, do not hesitate to contact ACVLL.


Farmers donates to United Way of Venango County...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $8,270 to United Way of Venango County in support of their annual fundraising campaign for 2014. FarmersNB UnitedWay resized 600

Accepting the donation on behalf of United Way of Venango County was Jane Klinger, Executive Director. Representing the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton were Scott Patton, Regional Manager and Michelle Hartle, Branch Manager of the Cranberry office.  

Annually, the employees of the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton have the opportunity to donate towards the campaign. The Bank has pledged to match all donations made by the employees to the United Way in an effort to generate support throughout all of the counties in which it serves.


Farmers donates $4,900 to St. Barnabas Health System . . .


St. Barnabas Donation resized 600Farmers National Bank recently donated $4,900 to St. Barnabas Charities.  The Free Care Fund provides more than $4.5 million worth of care annually to poor and low-income patients at St. Barnabas Nursing Home, Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas and The Arbors at St. Barnabas.

A check was presented at The Arbors at St. Barnabas.  Representing the Bank and presenting the check to Anthony R. Savannah, Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Marketing for St. Barnabas were  Robert A. Vernick, Senior Vice President, Chief Lending and Business Development Officer; Bruce Goodman, Vice President, Commercial Lending; and Michel Vasiladiotis, Assistant Vice President, Manager of Marketing and Advertising.

“At Farmers, we’re proud to support St. Barnabas Health System and its mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to patients of all ages,” stated Robert A. Vernick, Senior Vice President , Chief Lending and Business Development Officer Farmers National Bank.



Farmers donates $3,000 to AC Valley Development Corp . . .


Foxburg Donation resized 600Farmers recently donated $3,000 The AC Valley Development Corp., the fiscal agent for the Foxburg Team and Business Group.  Pictured are  Mike Vereb, Manager of the Foxburg Inn and Hotel. receiving the check on behalf of the AC Valley Dev. Corp. and the Foxburg Group; Cindy Elder, Assistant Vice President - Branch Manager;   and Aubery Hulings, Vice President - Operations Manager.


Farmers donates $7,309 to the United Way . . .


United Way Donation resized 600Farmers recently presented a donation to the United Way of Venango County in the amount of $7,309.  Pictured are Jane Klinger, Director of the United Way; Heather King, Assistant Vice President - Manager of Human Resources at Farmers National Bank; and Minnie Fink, of the United Way.

Farmers Donates $500 to Franklin Applefest . . .


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The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $500 to the Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce in support of the annual Applefest event.  Pictured is Shelly Hartle, Branch Manager of the Cranberry office of Farmers National Bank, and Lynn Cochran, Executive Director of the Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce.


Farmers Donates $3,000 to AC Valley H.S. Baseball Boosters . . .


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The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $3,000 to the AC Valley High School Baseball boosters.  Pictured is Marcia Miller, Branch Manager of the Emlenton office of Farmers National Bank, and the AC Valley High School Boys Baseball Team. 


Farmers Donates $770 to Foxburg Free Library . . .


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The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $770 to the Foxburg Free Library to purchase a computer for the library.  Pictured is Marcia Miller, Branch Manager of the Emlenton office of Farmers National Bank, presenting the check to Brenda from the Foxburg Free Library.


Farmers donates $12,000 to Grove City YMCA . . .


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Farmers National Bank recently donated $12,000 to the Grove City YMCA in support of their It's Time to Grow Capital Campaign.

“The Board of Directors and I are quite impressed by the multitude of services provided by the Grove City YMCA and the many lived that this facility touches.  We are delighted to have this opportunity to support the YMCA’s capital campaign,” said William C. Marsh, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Farmers National Bank.

Representing Farmers and presenting the check to Dorry Foster, CEO of the YMCA of Franklin-Grove City, are Scott Patton, Assistant Vice President, Regional Manager, and Peg Fitzgerald, Customer Service Representative.


Farmers Donates $135,000 to Local Educational Organizations . . .


As a part of the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program, Farmers National Bank recently donated $135,000 to 21 local educational organizations across its footprint.  Below are some of our representatives presenting checks to these organizations:

EITC   St Leo%27s Catholic School Star FoHeather Serafini, Ridgway Branch Manager, presenting a check to St. Leo's Catholic School, Ridgway, PA.

 

describe the imageAJ Johnson, Knox Branch Manager, presenting a check to Keystone SMILES Community Learning Centers, Inc., Knox, PA.

 

describe the imageScott Patton, Regional Manager, presenting a check to George Junior Republic, Grove City, PA.

 

describe the imageMelinda White, DuBois Branch Manager, and Diane Bradford, CSR, presenting a check to DuBois Area Schools Educational Foundation, DuBois, PA.

 

describe the imageHeather Serafini, Ridgway Branch Manager, presenting a check to the Elk County Community Foundation.

 

describe the imageMelinda White, DuBois Branch Manager, and Cherri Gudalis, Head Teller, presenting a check to DuBois Central Catholic Schools, DuBois, PA.

 

describe the imageJohn Danzer, Titusville Branch Manager, presenting a check to the Titusville Area United Way, Titusville, PA.

 

describe the imageMelinda White, DuBois Branch Manager, presenting a check to the Children's Scholarship Fund of Pennsylvania: Paint and Play School, DuBois, PA.


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