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Farmers State Bank, its board members, and employees are committed to community services. The Board of Directors encourages Bank employees to take part in community activities and to become involved in community organizations through which the Bank obtains first-hand knowledge of the needs in the communities we serve. Many of our directors, officers, and employees volunteer their time to serve on various boards of community organizations. Through these community contacts, we are able to obtain information that helps to make determinations with respect to how to best meet the needs of the community.
Farmers State Bank will work closely in the future, as we have to date, with local community groups, individual community members, civic organizations, and others to continue to define the needs of the community.
Here are some examples of how we continue to be involved:
FSB is committed to partnering with our local schools. We have contributed to several projects, just to name a few; an electronic sign at Simla School, Kindergarten supplies at Miami-Yoder School, an electronic sign at Calhan School.
Farmers State Bank awards a $1,000 scholarship to one student from each of our community schools annually. View our scholarship application here.
In February 2016 FSB donated one of their buildings to the Calhan Youth Education and Recreation Foundation. CYERF is an organization that wants to create a place for students in the community to learn, connect, and grow.
FSB employees are involved with several organizations including:
FSB has partnered with Everfi Financial Literacy to bring web-based financial education to our community schools. The program is designed to empower young people with the essential skills needed to make sound financial decisions. When the students complete all the modules, they become certified in financial literacy. FSB also takes time annually to visit each school, answer questions, and present helpful information for the students’ financial future.