Branson Bank fully believes in giving back to the community, especially when it involves students and their pursuit of higher education. A scholarship program, developed in 2007, was established in order to provide a $500 scholarship to one graduating senior from each of the following schools: Branson, Hollister, and Forsyth.
Branson Bank is pleased to announce the hiring of Greg Baker. Greg brings with him over thirty years of expertise in the Business Development and Commercial Lending field.
Rain did not deter Branson Bank staff members last Friday during their 3rd annual, Go Green with Branson Bank, Earth Day Celebration, as they helped unload and shred over 9,000 lbs. of old financial documents.
In honor of "Teach Children to Save Day," Branson Bank staff hosted three, 2nd grade classes from Branson Elementary on Tuesday, April 24th. Students were given a tour of the 248 Branson Bank location including the teller-line, the safety deposit vault, and the boardroom.
Skyler Sanders Day at Ride The Ducks is this Saturday from 11am - 2pm. All proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Hospital and is opened to the public.
The community is invited to join the Branson Bank team for their 3rd Annual ‘Go Green with Branson Bank’ event. We want to fill-up the shred truck, which can hold 10,000 lbs. of paper, on Friday, April 20, 2012.
Arlene Wischmeier has been named Vice President and Human Resource Director at Branson Bank. A seasoned bank veteran, with 39 years of banking experience, Wischmeier upheld positions as: Senior Vice-President, BSA/CIP/AML Officer, Compliance Officer, Security Officer, Human Resource Officer, Teller, Bookkeeping Supervisor, and Cashier.
What started as a simple fundraiser has now turned into big profits for one local, non-profit organization. On Thursday, Bill Jones, President of Branson Bank, presented a check in the amount of $1,500 to Options Pregnancy Clinic. The donation was the result of Branson Bank’s Community Cookbook Project.
Recovery efforts continue today following the touchdown of an EF-2 tornado in Branson, MO in the early morning hours of February 29, 2012. There were no fatalities in the Branson/Lakes area, although several minor injuries and significant property damage occurred.