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For Immediate Release

Wayne Bank Supports Scranton Half Marathon Participants

Scranton, PA – On Sunday, April 10, Wayne Bank employees spent the morning cheering on and providing bananas for close to 3,000 participants in the Scranton Half Marathon.

Stationed in front of Wayne Bank’s downtown Scranton Office, on Adams Avenue across from the Courthouse, bank employees, led by Community Office Manager Matthew Swartz, distributed over 60 pounds of bananas to potassium-starved runners. “We were out to cheer on all of the participants, but especially Wayne Bank’s own Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources, Ryan French. We wanted to make sure that Ryan got some much needed calories at our location on mile 5.5 of the challenging 13.1 mile course,” explained Matt.

The Scranton Half Marathon is a great event that benefits the continued development of the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail, part of a seventy mile multi-purpose trail system that follows the Lackawanna River. A recreational treasure in the County, the trail continues to grow in both length and popularity.

Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The Bank has 15 Community Offices in Wayne, Lackawanna, Pike and Monroe Counties with Commercial Lenders easily accessible within each of those counties. Norwood also recently announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement to acquire Delaware Bancshares, Inc., and its subsidiary, NBDC Bank of Walton, NY. Pending approval, the transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2016. NBDC operates twelve offices located throughout Delaware and Sullivan Counties, NY. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol— NWFL.

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