NEWS & EVENTS
Quilt Raffle at FNB
Tickets are 10 for $5. T-Shirt quilt was made and donated by the Choices Class at Pinckneyville Community High School. All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the Perry Jackson Child Advocacy Center.
FNB OFFERING STUDENT LOAN OPTION
First National Bank in Pinckneyville has joined an alliance of other community banks in offering financial assistance to college students. iHelp, offers competitive rates, a hassle-free application and the assurance you are working with a lender that has the endorsement of your local bank. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
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Pinckneyville students toured the bank to learn about the vault, the ATM and how we count coin. They all enjoyed the hands on activities. They also received a gift to encourage them to start saving money.
MEET THE 2015 'FNB FIRST IN EDUCATION' SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTSPCHS seniors Zachary Hagene, Jaqueline Kellerman and Layton Fellers-McNew 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, $168,000 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.