Local Community Bank NA branches participate in National Good Neighbor Day

By Times Leader Staff
The Back Mountain branch of Community Bank N.A. was among those that participated in marking National Good Neighbor Day last week. In front row, from left, are teller Colleen O’Callaghan and Sawyer. In back row: retail branch assistant Eileen Gallup, senior teller Tara Strunk, customer service representative Darlinda Hann and Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge team member Cordie Braun. The Back Mountain branch hosted a food drive and held dress-down days to help the refuge near Dallas. -

Community Bank NA

marks Good Neighbor Day

WILKES-BARRE — Community Bank N.A. branches across Pennsylvania and elsewhere marked National Good Neighbor Day last Friday by engaging in a variety of community-related events.

In total, the bank donated $55,250 to local nonprofits throughout four states. Its 32 branches in Northeastern Pennsylvania contributed $8,000 to such groups, a press release says.

Some of the work done locally:

Pittston — Held a food drive and collected coats and other winter items to donate to the city’s Care and Concern Free Health Clinic and Food Pantry.

Back Mountain —Hosted a food drive and held dress-down days to help the Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge near Dallas.

Hazleton (North Church Street) — Collected canned goods for the Salvation Army’s food pantry.

Tunkhannock — Hosted a bake sale to benefit Interfaith Friends’ Christmas Bureau/Adopt-a-Family program during the holiday season.

“As a community bank, being a good neighbor and an active participant in our community is part of our core values,” said Community Bank senior vice president Bob Cirko. ” … We live here in Northeast Pennsylvania and we’re invested in our region’s future. National Good Neighbor Day was a chance to thank and highlight our neighbors who do so much for our community.”

The Back Mountain branch of Community Bank N.A. was among those that participated in marking National Good Neighbor Day last week. In front row, from left, are teller Colleen O’Callaghan and Sawyer. In back row: retail branch assistant Eileen Gallup, senior teller Tara Strunk, customer service representative Darlinda Hann and Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge team member Cordie Braun. The Back Mountain branch hosted a food drive and held dress-down days to help the refuge near Dallas.
https://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Back-Mountain-2-.jpgThe Back Mountain branch of Community Bank N.A. was among those that participated in marking National Good Neighbor Day last week. In front row, from left, are teller Colleen O’Callaghan and Sawyer. In back row: retail branch assistant Eileen Gallup, senior teller Tara Strunk, customer service representative Darlinda Hann and Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge team member Cordie Braun. The Back Mountain branch hosted a food drive and held dress-down days to help the refuge near Dallas.

By Times Leader Staff