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At Old Plank Trail Community Bank, we love to participate in local celebrations, parades and other special events. We are proud to support and sponsor many local charitable and service organizations, and we also love to host events for our customers and our communities!
2013 Family Fun Days
Join us for our Family Fun Days at the bank!
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We were proud to be a part of the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life on Friday, July 13, 2012. In addition to our bank's Relay Team, we also Co-Sponsored the event, chaired the Entertainment Committee, and hosted Bank Night. It was a successful Relay and we were happy to help raise funds for the American Cancer Society!
In July, senior residents were invited to stop by our Frankfort location to meet with a representative from the Will County Supervisor of Assessments, who answered their questions about tax exemptions. This informative day provided valuable assistance to many and we look forward to hosting another assistance day in 2013.
We had dozens of happy customers build their own sundaes with Culver's Frozen Custard and Scoopy!
Our 2nd Annual Ladies Night Out was a great success -- 28 local vendors participated and more than 90 women attended! The vendors offered a wide variety of items, from organic personal care and home cleaning products to crafts including handmade cards and custom jewelry. We also had healthy food products, candles, purses, cosmetics and a free chair massage, plus free refreshments! It all added up to a truly wonderful evening.
More than 40 Old Plank Trail Community Bank staff and family members were proud to walk in the New Lenox Loyalty Day Parade in May.
Old Plank Trail Community Bank's Vice President Andrea Justin and President Paul Slade present a check to the South Suburban Special Recreation Association. We are proud to provide financial support and to be the bank of the SSSRA, which is organized to provide individuals with disabilities or special needs the opportunity to be involved in year-round recreation.
A team from Old Plank Trail Community Bank was proud to participate in the Joliet March for Babies support of the March of Dimes. Their mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. We raised more than $$1,000.00 this year!
Mary Ann Murphy and Anne O'Neill hold up the ends of the "big check" representing our donation to Guardian Angel Community Services - Suzy's Caring Place. The shelter provides victims of domestic violence a home to stay in for two years to build independent, violence-free lives after receiving emergency shelter and community-based services.
Commercial Banking Officer Brett Davis presents our check to Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center. Aunt Martha's provides comprehensive health and social services to family members throughout Illinois, including locations in Will, Kankakee and Cook counties.