On 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.