First National Community Bank (FNCB), the largest community bank in Northeastern
Pennsylvania, was recently honored with the first “Community Goes Pink” Award
presented by Susan G. Komen for the Cure NEPA.
The award was in recognition of the pink transformation of the FNCB’s Scranton
branch for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure held in downtown Scranton. The
exterior of the branch, located at 419 Spruce St, was decorated with four 30’
pink ribbons as well as a pink 4’ x 24’ FNCB building sign.
“We were so pleased to experience such support from local businesses like FNCB.
FNCB touched the hearts of so many of the survivors as they walked by the bank
with family members and just took in the beautiful pink ribbon draping on the
building. It was simple elegance with a powerful message of hope and support,”
said Dolly Woody, Executive Director Susan G. Komen for the Cure Northeastern
Pennsylvania Affiliate. “We are grateful to FNCB for their support.”
The support of Susan G. Komen For the Cure NEPA represents part of FNCB’s larger
Community Caring initiative. Through outreach programs, donations and an
employee volunteer network, FNCB is committed to helping the communities they
L-R: Eileen Farber-Bonk Assistant Vice President/Regional Manager; Dolly Woody,
Executive Director, Susan G. Komen for the Cure Northeastern Pennsylvania
Affiliate and Joe Earyes, First Senior Vice President/Retail Banking Officer.
First National Community Bank | Established 1910 |
102 East Drinker Street Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512 | 1-877-879-3622