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First National Bank and Trust Company Gives Back to Local Youth through YMCA

As part of its community reinvestment efforts, First National Bank has gifted $5,000 to
the Clinton Community YMCA to support the 2018 Strong Kids Campaign.
Rachel Costello joined First National Bank and Trust Company in October 2010, and today she serves as the Vice President of Personal Banking. Since 2017, Rachel has served on the Clinton Community YMCA as a board member. 
"There are so many different aspects to the YMCA that our community can be a part of." Said Rachel Costello. "From open swim to organized classes, there really is something for everyone. Bringing that opportunity to children who may not have that outlet otherwise, is a blessing." 
Faith, family, farming and financial stewardship are what drive First National Bank to be committed to reinvesting 10 percent of the bank's pre-tax income back into the communities. This reinvestment is made in the form of sponsorships, donations to local non-profits, and support of the local schools through the TS Institute.
"The YMCA strives to build community partnerships and collaborations so that we can create solutions to pressing social needs. First National Bank graciously donated $5,000 to the Clinton Community YMCA to help us advance our mission in meeting the challenges and needs of our community.” Said Rennie Cluver, Executive Director of the Clinton Community YMCA. “Continued support from local businesses is vital to the sustainability of our organization so that we can continue to fulfill our promise to the community."

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