FINDLAY---It was a fun night for a good cause at the Kentucky Derby Gala held recently at the Hancock County Agency on Aging.
Attendees were treated to the horse race and derby cuisine. Guests were welcome to dress in derby themed attire; and ladies were invited to wear colorful and decorative hats. (Our own Findlay Market Manager Beth Waddell got into the spirit with Agency on Aging Director Carolyn Copus.)
All proceeds benefitted the Hancock County Agency on Aging.
MARION--The Marion Country Club was the setting for the annual Commercial Savings Bank's Economic Luncheon. Noted economist Dr. Ken Mayland addressed those attending on the topic: "A New Presidential Term: A New Economy or More of the Same?"
The Marion Area Chamber of Commerce partnered with CSB for the event.
FINDLAY--Hancock County Chapter of the American Red Cross recently hosted its "Oscar Night in Gotham City" fundraiser at The Findlay Inn.
The evening of fun included dinner, music, silent auctions, live auctions and much more. Findlay Market Manager Beth Waddell got into the spirit and attended the event as the "Poison Ivy" character. Carey Branch Manager and volunteer for Wyandot County Red Cross, Trisha DeAmicis, attended the event as well.
Commercial Savings Bank was one of many to enter a float into the Home for the Holidays parade in Upper Sandusky on December 8th. The bank's float theme was "Simply Better Meaning of Christmas."
Besides the parade, there was also a community tree lighting ceremony and the Upper Sandusky High School choir provided musical entertainment.
The United Way of Hancock County is sponsoring "Pack the Pantry" on Saturday November 3. Time is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Great Scot on Broad Avenue. Commercial Savings Bank is one of the corporate sponsors for this initiative. Our local food pantries are in dire need.
This drive will suppoort the West Ohio Food Bank, Salvation Army, Lutheran Social Services and CHOPIN Hall. Items to donate include soups, non-refrigerated foods, boxed meals, tuna, cereal, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, peanut butter, jelly, crackers, beans, rice and more. No expired foods and no glass jars.