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Richland Bank Makes Donation to The Dewald Community Center, Features Artwork from Student on Christmas Card

Mansfield, Ohio – Richland Bank continued its tradition of making a donation to a local non-profit on behalf of its customer again this year. President John Brown presented a check for $1,000 to Brenda Nelson, Director of The Dewald Community Center, at The Salvation Army board meeting in October.

“The Dewald Community Center has had a positive impact on numerous youth in our community,” said Mr. Brown. “Richland Bank is proud to provide this donation on behalf of our customers. It is our hope that it will assist them with their amazing work and to continue to change lives.”

Partnering with The Dewald Center added a new and fun element to the annual tradition added Mr. Brown. Students were asked to help out with the bank’s Christmas card by submitting artwork of a holiday scene. Close to 20 students took part earning each of them a McDonald’s Arch Card. The winner was Ester Stanfield with her version of The Nativity. She also received a $25 gift card to Toys-R-Us.

This is the fifth year that Richland Bank has chosen to donate to community non-profits on behalf of its customers. Past recipients were The United Way of Richland County, The Salvation Army in Mansfield, The New Store, Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center and The Friendly House.

Media Contact: Kristie Massa, 419-525-8714, kmassa@richlandbank.com

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