Where You Choose to Bank Matters!

During April, which is Community Banking Month, we encourage you to think about where you bank and how your money has the power to make a meaningful impact on our community.  From local farms to craftsmen to startups, banking locally with a community bank connects you to your community and your neighbors and gives everyone a stake in its financial success.
Here are four reasons why where you bank matters:

Community banks are relationship lenders. They know their customers and understand their financial needs, unlike larger institutions that take a transaction-based approach to banking.

Community banks give back. Serving local communities is second nature to community banks. At FNB Community Bank, we take pride in making our community stronger through various service projects. Through our Community Volunteer Program, FNB Community Bank employees volunteered over 400 hours to our local communities just last year. One of our many projects includes reading to groups of students and donating the book to their classroom library, as well as teaching financial literacy to elementary and middle school students.

Introducing Touch ID for iPhone Users!

Accessing your finances has never been faster or easier - now all you need is your fingerprint.

For your convenience, please see below for instructions on how to install the Touch ID feature:

Financial Literacy Starts at Home!

If you are interested in receiving a copy of the Federal Reserve's Fifty Nifty Econ Flash Cards to help start your children's financial education, submit your email to  this form .
ICA Shred Fest 2017
Join us at FNB Community Bank's main branch from 10 am - 1 pm on Saturday, April 22nd to shred your sensitive documents. A professional shredding company will be on hand all day to shred any documents you would like.

In exchange for this FREE service, we will be collecting nonperishable food for donation to the Mid-Del Food Pantry. There will also be a Car Show with a People's Choice Award and Food Trucks for lunch, including Chris' Grill & Frozen Treats and the Sugar Shack. 

Register your car for the Car Show by emailing or calling Michelle Haney at mhaney@fnbmwc.com or 405-732-4571 ext. 3300. Check in for the Car Show is at 9 am. Registration fee is a donation to the Mid-Del Food Pantry. Judging will take place from 10 am - 1 pm. Prizes will be awarded at close of event (1 pm). We WILL accept last minute registrations on the day of between 9 am and 10 am.

Online Banking Reminder:
When you are accessing your account online, please be sure to click the log out button instead of just closing the browser or tab. 
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