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The West Fork Customer Appreciation Day cookout was a huge success. Over 300 customers from Western Washington County were served hamburgers, chips, cookies, and drinks by Bank of Fayetteville partners.

At the May 21, 2014 state-wide board meeting of the Arkansas Community Foundation, our fellow colleague, Hugh Kincaid, was presented with the Lugean Chilcote Award. Created in 1985 by the Arkansas Community Foundation, this award recognizes the significant service of an individual and his or her impact on our community.

In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, Bank of Fayetteville partners hosted a cookout for the Prairie Grove Public Schools’ faculty and staff. Over 225 faculty and staff were served hamburgers, chips, drinks, and cookies to reward them for their hard work and dedication.

As part of Teacher Appreciation Week, Bank of Fayetteville partners hosted a cookout for faculty and staff for the West Fork Public Schools. Over 160 Faculty and staff members were served hamburgers, drinks, chips, and cookies.

Bank partners and their family members participated in the Heart Walk benefiting the American Heart Association. The event had over 12,000 participants from the Northwest Arkansas area.

The Bank of Fayetteville partnered with Fayetteville Public Schools Outback Pantry and Clothes Closet to ensure that no student in the Fayetteville Public School system was in need of food over the Thanksgiving and Christmas Breaks.

The Bank sponsored an inflatable slide as part of this year’s RazorFest. Partners gave out candy and made sure the slide ran smoothly.

The Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual members’ banquet on Tuesday, April 16th. The Bank of Fayetteville provided the meal and helped organized the event.

All proceeds will go to fund scholarships for Farmington High School Seniors.

TBank partners raised $230 so that four partners could represent the Bank in the Hogeye Marathon.

Bank partners participated in the March for Babies benefiting March of Dimes and raised $210 to go toward the event.

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