First State Bank donates to MT athletic program


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From left to right, Ellie Zint and Karen Cassidy of First State Bank recently made a donation presentation to Miami Trace Athletic Director Aaron Hammond.


The First State Bank team is pleased to announce the donation of $450 to the Miami Trace athletic program for the fall sports season. The contribution toward the program was made at the Miami Trace football game on Friday, Oct. 21.

The official check presentation was made during halftime of the game. The check was presented by Karen Cassidy, office manager of the Washington Court House Banking Center and Ellie Zint, marketing manager, to Aaron Hammond, athletic director.

“We were excited to make the contribution to the athletic program and we are proud to support the Miami Trace Panthers,” said Cassidy.

First State Bank offers customers a full range of products, including traditional, personal, commercial and agricultural loan and deposit solutions. Additionally, First State Bank customers have the option of convenient online and mobile banking. FSB Mobile App users also now have the option of mobile check deposit, so checks can be deposited anywhere, anytime.

Dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and high value products while enhancing shareholder value, First State Bank has been a trusted and respected community institution since 1884. With a loan production office in Clinton County and banking center locations in Adams, Brown, Highland, Fayette and now Hamilton counties, all banking center operations and management are locally controlled.

To learn more about First State Bank, visit www.fsb4me.com.

From left to right, Ellie Zint and Karen Cassidy of First State Bank recently made a donation presentation to Miami Trace Athletic Director Aaron Hammond.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/10/web1_Miami-Trace.jpgFrom left to right, Ellie Zint and Karen Cassidy of First State Bank recently made a donation presentation to Miami Trace Athletic Director Aaron Hammond.

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