At PNB, we love to participate in local celebrations, parades and other special events. We are proud to support and sponsor many local charitable and service organizations. We would also like to thank our generous customers and community for their support.
ANGEL TREES – December 2017
PNB joined with the Lions Clubs of Dillonvale-Mt. Pleasand and Adena to purchase gifts for area children. PNB employees and customers donated for the gift giving trees located in the lobbies of our branches, while club members delivered the gifts. Taking part were, from left Tammy Wilt and Christy Staats of PNB and Karen Balvin and Donald Thompson of Dillonvale-Mt. Pleasant Lions Club.
PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST – October 2017
PNB held a pumpkin decorating contest and donated the decorated pumpkins to Sienna Hills Nursing Home/Rehabilitation Center for their residents to enjoy.
FOOD DRIVE – September 2017
Employees at PNB led a food drive to help local communities. All three branches participated and collected more than 200 nonperishable items, which were donated to the pantries serving the Adena, Dillonvale and Mount Pleasant areas. Some of those taking part were, from left, Christy Staats, Neal Cleaver and Marlene Timko.
BUCKEYE LOCAL BACK TO SCHOOL BASH – August 2017
Mindy Michalo and Tammy Wilt handed out backpacks, notebooks, pencils and bank information to students at the Buckeye Local High School. We continue to encourage the children to save.
Pictured Below: Tammy Wilt
MT. PLEASANT MEMORIAL DAY PARADE – May 2017
PNB handed out hotdogs and water to the people enjoying the parade. We also sold Pittsburgh Pirates raffle tickets. Judy Manfred from the Women In Action Against Cancer Coalition joined us and handed out goodies and information about WIAACC.
Employees of PNB were able to raise $900 which was donated to the Women In Action Against Cancer Coalition. The money will be used to provide education on ways to prevent cancer, as well as pay for breast and cervical exams.
TEACH A CHILD TO SAVE DAY – April 2017
PNB held a coloring contest for students at Buckeye West Elementary grades K-6. We also provided booklets and documentation explaining the importance of saving. We displayed the coloring sheets in the lobbies of our branches. We selected winners from each grade and provided them with a certificate, a money bank and a trophy. The certificate stated that if they open a savings account at one of our branches, we will match up to $25 of their opening deposit.
A few employees of PNB visited Buckeye Local High School students. The students were provided with banking information. A lot of time was spent talking about “credit scores”. The students learned that if they properly managed their finances, their credit scores would be higher. With higher scores, they would receive lower interest rates on the money they borrow, which saves them money. They also discussed CDs, savings bonds, loans and answered questions from the students.
ANGEL TREES – December 2016
PNB was happy to work with the Dillonvale/Mt. Pleasant Lions Club to help give the less fortunate children in our communities a good Christmas. All 3 of our branches had Angel trees in their lobbies. The Angel trees were a huge success! Thank you to all who helped give the children a great Christmas.
L to R: Karen Balvin (Lions Club), David LaRue (PNB), Christy Staats (PNB) and Don Thompson (Lions Club)
L to R: Ron Malin (Lions Club) and Shelley Dolak (PNB)
ADENA CHRISTMAS PARADE – December 2016
PNB participated in the Adena Christmas Parade again this year. We handed out drawstring bags, popcorn and hot chocolate in front of the Bank. This was a fun time for all participants.
L to R: Crystal Carpenter, Kelly Tonkovich, Courtney Van Hove and Brandy O’Bradovich
SCOUTING FOR FOOD – November 2016
The Cub Scouts in Mt. Pleasant and the Lions Club collected non-perishable food items for our local food pantries. Employees of PNB participated in the event and collected over 100 non-perishable food items.
PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST – October 2016
The employees of PNB held a pumpkin decorating contest. After the contest, all decorated pumpkins were donated to the Sienna Hills Nursing Home/Rehabilitation Center in Adena. The residents enjoyed judging the pumpkins and displaying them for their Halloween party.
BACK TO SCHOOL BASH – August 2016
Mindy Michalo and Tammy Wilt handed out notebooks, pencils and bank information to students at the Buckeye Local High School. We continue to serve the community and assist in teaching the children to save.
Pictured Below: Tammy Wilt
ADENA HERITAGE DAYS – August 2016
PNB set up a table outside of the Adena branch during the parade to hand out PNB can koosies. We raffled off 4 Pittsburgh Pirates Tickets and Parking Pass. Janice Bernosky of Adena was the winner of the tickets. PNB donated the proceeds of $560 to the Adena and Dillonvale/Mt. Pleasant Food Pantries.
L to R: Courtney Van Hove, Crystal Carpenter, Janice Bernosky, Shelley Dolak, Kelly Tonkovich
MT. PLEASANT ANNUAL HISTORICAL HOME TOUR – August 2016
PNB set up a table outside of the Mt. Pleasant branch during the tour to hand out PNB can koosies and coffee mugs. We met people from many different states.
MT. PLEASANT MEMORIAL DAY PARADE – May 2016
To support the free monthly Health Clinic held at the Friends’ Church in Mt. Pleasant, we raffled off 4 Pittsburgh Pirates Tickets and Parking Pass. Jerry Moore of Adena was the winner of the tickets. PNB donated the proceeds of $1,110 to the Ohio Valley Health Center. We also gave out hotdogs and waters to everyone enjoying the parade.
L to R: Trudy Wilson (OVHC), Mindy Michalo (PNB) and Robert Hargrave (PNB)
TEACH A CHILD TO SAVE DAY – April 2016
PNB held a coloring contest for students at Buckeye West Elementary grades K-6. We also provided folders with fun worksheets and documentation explaining the importance of saving. We displayed the coloring sheets in the lobbies of our branches. We selected winners from each grade and provided them with a certificate, a money bank and a trophy. The certificate stated that if they open a savings account at one of our branches, we will match up to $25 of their opening deposit.