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 United Way Days of Caring 2021

United Way Days of Caring 2021

FNB staff spent the week volunteering at various locations in Hancock County as part of the United Way's Days of Caring. Each year groups go out into the community to lend a helping hand on tasks needing completed for local organizations. This year, our team were out at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Camp Berry, Litzenberg Memorial Woods, City Mission, and Birch Haven.

 

 Bowl for Kids Sake 2021

Bowl for Kids Sake 2021

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Putnam County held their annual Bowl for Kids Sake in March 2021.  First National Bank was the winner of the Battle of the Banks.  Pictured are Joe Mayberry, Kayla Hazelton, Jolinda Hovest, Donna Worchuk, Tessa Howe, Jill Vaughan, Missy Warren, Katy Stoudinger, Sarah & Harper Klausing, Christy Diller, Tammy Wannemacher, and Roseann Hoffman.

 

 Ottawa Chamber of Commerce 2021

Ottawa Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 100 Years

Some of the FNB team beat the heat and helped hand out waters to concert goers who were attending a concert in Findlay during the Riverside Concert Series. The concert series is an annual event that takes place each week during the summer.

 

 2021 City Mission Golf Outing

Community Golf Outings

Throughout the year our team members love getting out of the office to support local organizations' golf outings. Our staff will support the fundraiser by golfing, passing out promotional items, and volunteering in whatever way the organization needs. Brendon Matthews, Courtney Deitrick, Chris Alexander, Katy Stoudinger, Joe Mayberry, and Ben Moser are seen here at the City Mission Golf Outing in Findlay.

 

 SPPS Missy Warren

Teacher Appreciation Week 2021

We appreciate our teachers!  During Teacher Appreciation Week FNB staff at the Ottawa branch honored teachers at SPPS and Ottawa Elementary with gift cards to The Scoop on Main and an FNB grab bag.  Pictured is Missy Warren and Connie Niese, Principal at SPPS.  Thank you for all you do for our young children!

 

FNB in the News

419 Sings Talent Competition sponsored by FNB

July 2021

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts (MCPA) in collaboration with United Way of Hancock County (UWHC) invites vocalists and bands from the 419-area code to submit a short sample of their music for a chance to participate in the 419 Sings virtual talent competition sponsored by First National Bank.  Read the 419 Sings Press Release here.

Kuhlman Joins FNB As Marketing Director

July 2021

First National Bank is pleased to announce Kendra Kuhlman has joined our team as Marketing Director.  Kuhlman will be responsible for advertising, social media, public relations, and special events for the bank.  Kuhlman, a Putnam County native, comes to FNB with 13 years of retail experience and 5 years of experience as a marketing director.  She is a graduate of Ottawa-Glandorf High School and has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University where she specialized in marketing.

First Choice Easy Banking Account Receives National Certification By Banking Advocates As Safe, Affordable Account

June 2021

First National Bank Announced that is First Choice Easy Banking Account was officially certified by the national Cities for Financial Empowerment (CFE Fund) as meeting the Bank On National Account Standards (2021-2022).  Read the press release here.

Moser Joins FNB Lending Team

May 2021

First National Bank is pleased to announce Ben Moser has joined our lending team as a Community Lending Associate at the Pandora office.  Moser is responsible for establishing and expanding customer relationships for First National Bank in Pandora and its surrounding areas.  Ben can take care of all lending needs for consumer loans, home equity lines of credit, ag loans, and commercial loans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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