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Butler Bankers Outing Donates $5,000 to Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc...


C2T Photo1 resized 600On behalf of the Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau’s Inaugural Butler County Bankers Open Golf Tournament, $5,000 was recently donated to Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc., a Butler County based non-profit organization.

The Butler County Bankers Open Golf Tournament was held at the Lake Arthur Country Club in Butler, PA and was attended by local bankers and guests.  Each foursome selected a charitable organization located in Butler County, to whom a donation would be presented on behalf of the winning team.  The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton won the tournament with golfers Joshua Fye, Robert Foust, Matthew Lucco and Sean Foust.  “We chose Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc. as the recipient of the funds” noted Lucco, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton. “We support their mission of providing mentoring services which enable youth in the Butler area to develop and utilize skill sets to build a better future for our community and for themselves.”

Accepting the donation on behalf of Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc. were Judy Zarnick, Josh Taylor, Michael Liebler, Fred Vero, Al Lane and Anthony Stagno.  Representing Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau was Jack Cohen, President.  Presenting the check on behalf of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton were Matthew Lucco, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and Robert Foust, Senior Vice President of Corporate Banking.

Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc. is a Butler County based non-profit organization focused on providing teens and young adults the fundamental life and leadership skills that will change their outlook and enable them to become successful and responsible members of their community.  For more information, please visit www.connecting2tomorrow.org or call 724-431-6025.


Farmers employees donate to the Moniteau Area Food Pantry...


Moniteau resized 600The employees of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $495 to the Moniteau Area Food Pantry located in West Sunbury, PA. Employees of the Bank raised money for this donation through their Community Jeans Day program.

The Moniteau Area Food Pantry reaches out to the community to provide food and assistance to people in need. Accepting the donation on behalf of the Moniteau Area Food Pantry was Cynthia Morrison, Food Pantry Administrator. Representing the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Susan Myers, Assistant Branch Manager of the Eau Claire Banking Office.

Community Jeans Day is an employee program that spans bank-wide and benefits local organizations within the Bank footprint. Employees of the Bank are encouraged to donate each month and in return, are permitted to wear jeans on Fridays. All money raised goes back into the community through gifting to local, non-profit organizations.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson, and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).


Farmers Donates $2,000 to Lifesteps...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton donated $2,000 to Lifesteps through the 2014 Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, an initiative of the PA Department of Community and Economic Development.

The EITC program enables businesses to receive tax credit when a donation is made to a qualified scholarship organization. Lifesteps is a registered and approved Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization and qualifying 501 (c) (3). Lifesteps awards scholarships to children to assist them in attending pre-school.

“This gift supports the Bank’s mission to positively impact the communities in which we serve and live. We believe the support that Lifesteps provides local families is invaluable to enhance learning that will last a lifetime” noted William C. Marsh, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton.Lifesteps resized 600

Businesses eligible for the credit are ones who are authorized to do business in Pennsylvania and who are subject to one or more of the following taxes: Corporate Net Income Tax; Capital Stock Franchise Tax, Bank and Trust Company Shares Tax; Title Insurance Companies Shares Tax; Insurance Premiums Tax; Mutual Thrift Institution Tax; or Personal Income Tax of S corporation shareholders or Partnership partners. Call Julie Thumma, (724) 283-2154 x 310 or email jthumma@lifesteps.net to participate. 

“Research shows that the benefits of high quality pre-kindergarten programs extend far beyond the child, impacting the entire community by reducing long-term costs for special education, public assistance, prisons and health care,” says Karen Sue Owens, President and Chief Executive Officer at Lifesteps.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson, and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: “EMCF”). 

Lifesteps, a local non-profit agency, offers family-focused services in a caring, nurturing environment to western Pennsylvania communities. Services include FREE child developmental/Autism screenings for children, developmental preschool, integrated child care for children of ALL abilities, a medically-monitored day program for older adults and programs and services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities including Adult Training Facilities, Residential Living and Life Sharing. Lifesteps is a member agency with the United Way of Armstrong, Beaver, Butler and Indiana Counties. For more information call Lifesteps at 800-225-1010 or log on to www.lifesteps.net.


Farmers donates to Foxburg Free Library...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $500 to the Foxburg Free Library in support of their  annual fundraising campaign for 2014.FNBE Foxburg Library donation resized 600

Accepting the donation on behalf of the Foxburg Free Library was Brenda Beikert, Library Director. Representing the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Cindy Elder, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Emlenton office.  

The Bank is committed to fostering the Library’s initative to provide an area for the community to enhance their reading interests in a local, comfortable environment.

The Foxburg Free Library offers reading materials, educational activites and services to the  members of the A-C Valley community. For more information, visit the library at 31 Main Street, Foxburg, PA 16036 or call 724-659-3431.   

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson, and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).

For more information about Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.


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.


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