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NEWS & EVENTS
FNB WELCOMES SPECIAL GUESTS TO HELP CELEBRATE MARDI GRAS 2014
To celebrate Mardi Gras Friday, we are hosting special guests, Mike and Sulley at the bank to pose for pictures with children. Our special guests will be in the main lobby after the kids’ parade from approximately 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. The pair have also agreed to join the staff of First National Bank and be in the Mardi Gras parade Saturday night. “When Mike and Sulley heard about the theme to this year’s Mardi Gras -- ‘Creatures of the Night,’ -- they jumped at the chance to come to Pinckneyville,” said bank President David Pirsein. “Bring the kids to the bank Friday afternoon. It will be a great time.”
FNB SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT WINS 2014 MARDI GRAS QUEEN PAGEANT
FNB is the proud sponsor of 2014 Mardi Queen, Callie Priebe. She is also this year’s recipient of our First in Education scholarship and will receive $4,000 to pursue her high education goals. Congratulations, Callie!
FNB STEPS UP THE PANTHER CONNECTION TENT FOR MARDI GRAS 2014
If Mardi Gras puts a smile on your face, you’ll have pictures to prove it this year. That’s because First National Bank is adding a photo booth to its already popular Panther Connection. Everyone is invited to stop by and have their picture taken for free. You can even pin up one of the photos on the Panther Connection bulletin board under your class year.
As has become tradition, FNB is bringing back St. Louis’s Zydeco Crawdaddys to fill the air with the sounds of the true music of Mardi Gras. Of course, it will also have yearbooks to leaf through dating back to the 1930s, as well as giveaways.
If you happen to be touring the high school for a class reunion or checking it out on your own, be sure to stop by the FNB-sponsored Panther Connection kiosk. The school has digitized all of the class pictures that adorned the walls of the old building and you can now search for any PCHS graduate by class or by name.
So, bring your Mardi Gras smile to the Panther Connection from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of Main and Mulberry streets in the First National Insurance parking lot, have your picture taken, walk down memory lane and reconnect with old friends.
MEET THE 2014 'FNB FIRST IN EDUCATION' SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTSPCHS seniors Katie Kovic, Callie Priebe and Emilee Tabing have been awarded $4,000 each through First National Bank in Pinckneyville’s “First in Education” scholarship fund. First in Education is the largest local non-foundation scholarship. It was established in 2001 with the goal of granting at least $1 million in scholarships to college-bound PCHS graduates throughout the life of the program. Already, $156,000 has been awarded. Winners receive $1,000 each year for four years.
FNB INTRODUCES HYBRID SAVINGS PRODUCT FOR CHILDRENFNB is excited to introduce Sprout, a long-term savings program for children that earns like a CD and can be added to like a savings account. "If you are a parent or grandparent, opening a Sprout account is one of the best ways to invest in your child’s future,” bank President David Pirsein said. “It is unlike anything we’ve offered before." Learn more about Sprout by clicking here.
|FNB SPONSORS PANTHER CONNECTION KIOSK!|
The class pictures that adorned the walls at the old Pinckneyville Community High School building have been digitized and are now viewable in the common area of the new school at the new Panther Connection Kiosk sponsored by First National Bank. Left: PCHS student, Jena Elder is pictured with the new Panther Connection Kiosk. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
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