Community Involvement

Dedication to our communities is part of our history and embedded in our core values. Farmers Bank & Trust contributes time and dollars to help improve the local communities in which we do business. We give back to our communities, whether it is education, civic activities, health and human services or support of non-profits. Our employees mentor young people, serve on boards of non-profits, care for sick and aging people and help raise awareness for important causes. We make a difference in our communities for the future and are privileged to give back to our local neighborhoods and organizations.

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 Photo- Kinsley Float  photo-Kinsley Float The Kinsley Branch joined in the fun during the 2018 Holiday Parade.

 

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 Photo- 2018 LUAC Wrappers Light Up A Child's Christmas brings our employees and the community together creating an atmosphere of fun holiday spirit! Thank you to all the people that donated, adopted a child, wrapped presents, or volunteered in any way. We couldn't do this event without the help of all of you!  Photo- 18 LUAC Presents

 

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 Photo- 18 Charity Coffee Our 22nd Annual Charity Coffee hosted several organizations that serve our community. We donated $6.400 to these organizations to assist them in helping those in need during this holiday season. 

 

 Picture- DT Halloween  The Downtown Branch in Great Bend handed out candy at Great Bend's Annual Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 27th.

 

 2018 Larned Golfers  2018 - Larned BBQ  2018 Larned lobby  The 6th annual Larned Community Appreciation BBQ was a great success. We enjoy getting to celebrate our great community members with the help of the LHS Golf Team serving up the hot dogs.

 

3rd grade class loan picture  Vice President, Jason Dellett of our LaCrosse Branch, educates the third grade class at LES on the loan process by participating in a mock business loan. The students borrowed money to start a trail mix company and then sold the product at a local basketball game. They donated the profit to the Barnard Library.

 

MB Xmas Party 2017 The Great Bend branches had their Christmas Party in Ellinwood at the Historic Wolf Hotel.