Community Impact

We are involved in our bank communities of Vandalia, Greenville, Mulberry Grove, Patoka, and Ramsey and surrounding areas.  We are Hometown People with Hometown Spirit, supporting local organizations, events, and causes.

 

Jeans for Charity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since November 2012, The FNB Community Bank employees have voluntarily paid $10 a month to wear jeans on Friday. Money collected is then given each month to a different charity selected by our employees. Charitable giving rotates among the five communities we serve - Vandalia, Ramsey, Patoka, Mulberry Grove, and Greenville. Each year our employees are sending thousands of dollars to help others in need.

Volunteerism

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The FNB Community Bank employees share their time and talents in the community. From membership in civic groups like the Lions Club and Soroptimists, to leadership in organizations like the Chamber of Commerce and Park District Board, our employees care about their hometowns.  Employees often participate in community events like the 9 Mile Gut Check, Ramsey Days Sale, Salvation Army bell ringing, and Senior Bingo at the Bond County Fair.​

 

 

Sponsorships

The FNB Community Bank is a strong supporter of our local schools. But we also contribute yearly to area fire departments, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, public libraries, local museums, and countless others. 

 

 

 

 

FNB Parade Schedule

2023 Parade Schedule coming soon!

Bond County Fair 

Patoka Fall Festival 

Vandalia Homecoming Parade

Vandalia Lions Halloween Parade 

Greenville University Parade 

Vandalia's  Old Tyme Christmas Parade 

Greenville's Come Home for Christmas Parade 

 

 

Shred-Fest 

santa and mrs claus at winter wonderland

SHRED-FEST 2023 

One of The FNB Community Bank's most popular free services, Shred-Fest, will be scheduled for a date in 2023.

Limit of 5 boxes or bags per person.

 

 

Student of the Month Program

A student should meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Display leadership skills
    • Honesty, accountability, delegation, decision-making, good communication, inspires others
  • Demonstrates good moral character
    • Trustworthiness, reliability, shows respect to others
  • Active in extracurricular activities
    • May include school, church, or work
  • Desire to succeed
    • Has expressed future career goals and / or college plans

 

2022- 2023 Student of the Month Winners

Vandalia

  • September - Emma Hamilton
  • October - Macy Lux
  • November - Joey Daniken
  • December - Madison Jackson

Ramsey

  • September - Marcus Hortenstine
  • October - Alex Berner
  • November - Kiralyn Hayes
  • December - Landen Clark

Patoka

  • September - Kennedy Bates
  • October - Lauren Robb
  • November - Madilynn Garrett
  • December - Wyatt Hassell
 

Greenville

  • September - Lilly Runneman
  • October - Katelyn Ridens
  • November - Ava Curry
  • December - Trent Bohannon

Mulberry Grove

  • September - Elly Hall
  • October - Jason Griffin
  • November - Brady Oglesby
  • December - Aaron Cook