A cookbook project established to honor the life and community service of employee, friend, and family member, Joanne Smith, yielded a donation of $3,644.80 to the Forsyth FFA program at the annual banquet in May. Staff members of Branson Bank, family, and friends all helped to create the cookbook filled with recipes that were dear to Joanne to share with the community.
Branson Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Sanders to the position of Consumer Loan Officer. Ryan joins Branson Bank with 5 years lending experience. As a Consumer Lender, he will assist all loan customers from the Forsyth Branson Bank location.
Branson Bank held their 5th annual, Go Green Earth Day Celebration, helping unload and shred over 8,500 lbs. of old financial documents.
On Thursday, April 17th, Branson Bank and the University of Missouri Extension Office hosted the ‘Hay In The Ozarks, Program and Dinner,’ offering important information to local farmers.
Today’s tech news is reporting a critical new bug called the “Heartbleed” bug. This bug is a vulnerability that can be found in many secured websites. It allows an attacker to gain user login information from a web server.
The Caring Peoples’s Community Techology Center received a donation of 8 monitors, 12 keyboards, and 10 mice from Branson Bank to help the organization offer greater access of technology to the community. Branson Bank performed a series of recent upgrades that helped facilitate the donation of these useful accessories.
Branson 2nd Graders take a tour at Branson Bank and learn the basics of banking.
Our public website at BransonBank.com is scheduled for maintenance and upgrade work on Wednesday, February 19. This will cause the BransonBank.com website to be offline for much of that day.
At the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year, Branson Bank distributed Character Education Calendar Contest entry forms to area middle school students at the following schools: Branson, Forsyth, Hollister, Kirbyville, Taneyville, and Bradleyville. The contest asked students their thoughts regarding the 12 character words displayed by the First PLACE! Character Education Program.