For Immediate Release
Wayne Bank Supports “Teach Children to Save”
Honesdale, PA— Wayne Bank recently participated in The American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s Teach Children to Save Program, which encourages bank employees to volunteer to help children understand concepts related to money. Jeanne Corey, Branch Manager of the Abington Community Office in Clarks Summit rose to the occasion and presented banking and financial concepts to 45 children at the Summit Christian Academy in grades first through sixth. “Wayne Bank is proud to be a part of this national campaign in which we can help the children in our communities become educated consumers of tomorrow,” stated Lew Critelli, Wayne Bank’s President and CEO.
Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp, Member FDIC, serving Wayne, Pike and Monroe counties. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol—NWFL and has Total Assets of $685.5 million as of March 31, 2012.
Photo Caption: Wayne Bank’s Jeanne Corey, Branch Manager, of the Abington Community Office in Clarks Summit participated in The American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s Teach Children to Save Program. Mrs. Corey presented to first through six grade classes at Summit Christian Academy for a total of 45 students. Pictured front row center: Jillian Lewis 2nd Row, left to right: Jai-li Comacho, Jonathan Corey, Madison Howell, Emily Howell, and Christopher Corey, students of Summit Christian Academy. 3rd row left to right: Ms. Jessica Jennings, and Mrs. Amy Zimmerman, teachers at Summit Christian Academy, and Jeanne Corey, Branch Manager of Wayne Bank.
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