Minerva, Ohio—Consumers National Bank announced today that it has earned a “leaf” on the Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum donor tree with its recent donation to the camp.
"Consumers National Bank is proud to support Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum’s mission to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education,” said Ralph J. Lober, President and CEO of Consumers National Bank.
“As an independent community bank serving agriculture clients throughout our markets, we appreciate the importance of having a high-quality facility like Camp Muskingum in our area. The Camp’s “Nature’s Classroom” program provides education in an outdoor setting emphasizing community awareness and personal development through cooperative learning and positive experiences. Students from across our 15 markets attend educational programs at Camp Muskingum which is consistent with Consumers National Bank’s commitment to make a difference in our communities,” said Lober.
“What a blessing to have a local bank that lives and works within the communities that it serves,” said Todd Davis, Director of Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum. “Being a customer of Consumers National Bank through its loan to FFA Camp Muskingum, it is reassuring having a bank so committed to their mission of serving their customers,” said Davis.
Ralph J. Lober, II, President & CEO of Consumers National Bank, and Michele Catlett, Vice President and Business Banking Officer present a donation check to Todd Davis, Director of Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum under the Camp’s donor tree.
[L to R] Todd Davis, Ralph Lober, Michelle Catlett