2016 Community Bank Service Awards
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2016 NATIONAL COMMUNITY BANK SERVICE AWARDS RECIPIENTS





2016 GRAND NATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENT

Alpine Bank - Glenwood Springs, Co.
Service Program: Community Solar Power Donation

Alpine Bank - Glenwood Springs, COAs the Grand National Award recipient, Alpine Bank of Glenwood Springs, Co. is recognized for its many contributions to green energy production. The bank has invested $896,480 in 1,092 solar panels from five different community solar projects since the project’s inception in 2014. Its Green Team Committee, comprised of 30 employees, meets quarterly to set environmental project priorities.

In 2015 the bank purchased 82 solar panels from Boulder, Colo.-based Clean Energy Collective to help create a community solar garden. The bank subsequently donated its ownership of the panels to the Family and Intercultural Resource Center, a local nonprofit that helps subsidize the energy bills for local families in need. Learn more >>



2016 NATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENT

Woodlands Bank - Williamsport, Pa.
Woodlands Bank - Williamsport, PAService Program: Get Local, Give Local and Go Local

Woodlands Bank of Williamsport, Pa., is recognized for its social media campaign encouraging residents to Get Local, Give Local and Go Local by supporting area businesses and nonprofits. As part of its campaign, the bank identified four local nonprofit representing four different areas of need in the community—shelter, food, youth development and clothing—and provided monetary support when customers opened an account or interacted with the bank’s Facebook page. More than 9,500 meals, 100 nights of shelter, 90 outfits and 1,000 hours of activities were generated during the three-month campaign. Learn more >>



Capitol Bank - Madison, WI2016 NATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENT

Capitol Bank - Madison, Wis.
Service Program: Capitol Bank Traveling Banker

Capitol Bank of Madison, Wis., is recognized for its Traveling Banker initiative led by Jim Wermuth a part-time employee at Capitol Bank who visits 13 area retirement communities to help senior citizens with various banking services. As a result of this program, the assisted-living facilities are registered with the FDIC as a branch of the bank and represent $6 million to $7 million in deposits for the bank. Learn more >>



2016 HONORABLE MENTION

First Security Bank in Batesville, Miss.
Service Program: Children’s Savings program
Bank website: www.firstsecuritybk.com/



2016 HONORABLE MENTION

First City Bank of Florida in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
Service program: Fresh Start program
Bank website: www.firstcitybank.com/



2016 HONORABLE MENTION

Brady National Bank in Brady, Texas
Service program: Ribs for a Cause program
Bank website: www.bradynationalbank.com/



2016 HONORABLE MENTION

First Columbia Bank & Trust Co., in Bloomsburg, Pa.
Service Program: Tech Theater Production program
Bank website: www.firstcolumbiabank.com/



2016 HONORABLE MENTION

United Community Bank of North Dakota in Minot, N.D.
Service Program: PJs, Popcorn and Story Time program
Bank website: www.ucbnd.com/