Amanda Hall to lead FNBC travel club
The FNBC Passport Club was originally chartered in 2001 by Ruth Rogers. Rogers led the group for almost 15 years. In those years, she took trips across the United States and the world, visiting six continents. She retired at the end of 2014.
“Amanda brings so much energy and excitement to everything she does,” said Molly Carpenter, FNBC director of marketing and public relations. “Ruth built such a wonderful foundation and I know that Amanda will only continue to grow and build on that as she leads our club. I can’t wait for her to meet all of our wonderful members and to begin planning her activities.”
To be eligible for the FNBC Passport Club, members must be 50 years or better and maintain a balance of $1,500 or more in a personal checking account or maintain $15,000 or more in any certificate of deposit or maintain a balance of $50,000 or more in an FNBC First Investment Account.
When she is not at FNBC, you can find Hall operating the gym she owns in Salem, Balance30. She and her husband, Joey, live in Salem with their three daughters; Dagni, Greenly and Ava Preslee.