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First & Farmers National Bank Presents Gift to Somerset Community College

Jul 22, 2014 - | 04:36 PM -
 
From left to right: Charlene Harris, chair of SCC Board of Directors and SCC Foundation Board member; Mike Tarter, foundation board member; Deanna Herrmann, foundation board member; Jeremy Reynolds, Somerset president, First & Farmers National Bank; Cindy Clouse, SCC director of advancement; Teresa Hail, foundation board member; Chuck Coldiron, foundation board member; and Chris Girdler, foundation board member.
 
From left to right: Charlene Harris, chair of SCC Board of Directors and SCC Foundation board member; Mike Tarter, foundation board member; Deanna Herrmann, foundation board member; Steve Morgan, First & Farmers National Bank president & CEO and chair of the SCC Foundation; Cindy Clouse, SCC director of advancement; Teresa Hail, foundation board member; Chuck Coldiron, foundation board member; and Chris Girdler, foundation board member.
President/CEO of First & Farmers National Bank Steve Morgan presented Cindy Clouse, Somerset Community College (SCC) director of advancement and executive director of the Somerset Community College Foundation, with a check for $10,000 on July 9, 2014.

This gift represents a total contribution of $70,000 to date by First & Farmers National Bank. The bank is committed to a total investment of $100,000 to the college. Because of First & Farmers National Bank’s commitment, the cafeteria located on the SCC Somerset Campus is officially named the First & Farmers National Bank Cafeteria.

“We are grateful for their generous gift to the college,” said SCC President and CEO Dr. Jo Marshall. “With their help, we can continue to transform our region’s economy by providing citizens with the education and training needed in today’s market.”

“First & Farmers National Bank is excited to contribute to Somerset Community College,” said Morgan. “Not only are we investing in the lives of SCC students, but we are ultimately investing in the future of our bank and the communities we serve.  We have employed many SCC alumni throughout the years, and hope to continue to do so.  We are thrilled with this partnership.”

First & Farmers National Bank has assets in excess of $480 million and serves customers in four Kentucky counties: Adair, Clinton, Cumberland and Pulaski County.  For more information about First & Farmers National Bank, visit their website at www.firstandfarmers.com.