Bill Jones, President of Branson Bank, awarded $1,500 to MOPS PM as the 2012 beneficiary of the bank’s cookbook contest at the monthly MOPS PM meeting at First Baptist Church of Branson. Over 300 custom cookbooks entitled “Made with Love,” were purchased and sold with the proceeds to be donated to the local, non-profit.
Branson Bank is glad to announce our NEW Maximum Daily Debit Card Limit increases effective immediately.
FORSYTH, Mo. – Raising alfalfa in the Ozarks is an effective way of producing protein and energy sources to supplement beef and dairy cattle diets, according to Tim Schnakenberg, an agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
An elite group of elementary students from Branson, Hollister, Forsyth, Taneyville, and Bradleyville, were recognized at their Character Education assemblies. Each student showed a great deal of hard work and commitment while participating in the Branson Bank ‘Crazy About Cookies’ Calendar Contest.
A year of collecting donations from the staff at Branson Bank has paid off in a big way for one local organization. Gift of Hope was chosen by Branson Bank’s employees to be the recipient of their annual Sweet Traditions Christmas Project.
Branson Bank has recently announced that Dr. Sue R. Head has been appointed to the Advisory Board of Directors. Dr. Head serves as the Dean of Character Education at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri, and oversees The Keeter Center for Character Education and School of the Ozarks.
At the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year, Branson Bank distributed the “Crazy About Cookies’ Calendar Contest entry forms to Kindergarten through 4th grade students at Branson, Forsyth, Hollister, Kirbyville, Taneyville, Blue Eye, and Bradleyville Elementary Schools. The contest consisted of 2 parts: (1) a favorite cookie recipe and (2) a photo of the child baking the cookies in the kitchen.
A drought affects everyone, some more than others. It affects the livelihood of our local farmers, the amount of food distributed locally and nationally, as well as, the amount of food available for our livestock. On Tuesday, September 18th, Branson Bank and the University of Missouri Extension Office hosted the “Drought Survival Program and Dinner,” offering important information on how to plan for food shortages after a drought.