FNBC Bank contributes $10,000 to Cherokee Village 60th Celebration
The executive management team of FNBC presented Pat Clary, chair of the Cherokee Village A Diamond in the Ozarks™ 60th Anniversary Celebration, and members of the committee a sponsorship check for $10,000 on Thursday, Nov. 6.
FNBC Chairman & CEO Martin Carpenter explained why FNBC stepped up to be the Sapphire Sponsor for the 60th anniversary celebration. “FNBC has had the privilege of serving the residents of Cherokee Village for 40 years,” Carpenter said. “Cherokee Village has always been very important to us, and we are pleased to be able to make this contribution to help honor the past, present and future of this special town. We believe this event is going to be a wonderful tribute to Cherokee Village and its continued growth and revitalization.”
Clary responded with, “We appreciate the friends and partners we have with the great team at FNBC for the 60th anniversary celebration. The Celebration is an opportunity to showcase the finest of what Cherokee Village has to offer starting with its people and the community we share in the Village. The support of FNBC is another illustration of that community.”
“We believe the 60th anniversary celebration is a time to showcase the best of Cherokee Village. The generous donation by FNBC will be used to promote this celebration to a network of friends and family members to Cherokee Village that spans the globe; and we are very excited about that.”
Clary continued with, “Cherokee Village has property owners from every state in the nation and twenty countries. As a Sapphire Sponsor, FNBC has empowered us to reach all those property owners and their friends and family and invite them to participate in the Celebration. This is the beginning of our outreach strategy as we invite people to the Village and surrounding Spring River area to take part in celebration activities.”
The 60th anniversary is scheduled for June 12-14, 2015 and is well underway in planning. Scheduled activities include a dedication ceremony with invited guest and dignitary Honorable William J Clinton; a treasure hunt with a drawing prize of a diamond valued at $5,000; a parade, kidz zone, campfire sing along; sock hop; Miss Cherokee Village pageant; music; Cowboy church; business and craft faire; arts; and more.
For more information, visit www.DiscoverCherokeeVillage.com and click on the icon for the 60th anniversary. or contact Pat Clary at 870-847-6776.