It’s time once again to register for our Charity Golf Tournament that benefits the Children’s Attention Home, the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of York County. Our seventh annual Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, May 19 begins at 9 a.m. at Rock Hill Country Golf Club.
The new year brings resolutions and changes, and here at Family Trust, we’ve got a few of our own. Here’s a look at some of the highlights we expect in 2015.
We’ve made some changes to online banking. To log-in, you will need a one-time pass code for additional security. If the new site looks like the old site, you may want to clear your browser history or cache. Please refer to your particular browser for instructions. If you are unable to see buttons in online banking (such as the log off button), please press CTRL + F5 to refresh your screen.
Final numbers are in from our Buy Local, Bank Local initiative. Together, we spent over $17 million in York County during the holiday season. Credit union members are to thank for making the impact by shifting spending habits to support your neighbors.
Four candidates have been presented by the Nominating Committee for three seats on the Board of Directors. The election will be conducted through online voting or by paper ballots with winners announced at the annual meeting March 24 at the Baxter Hood Center in Rock Hill.
Matt Griffin, financial consultant with Family Trust Investment Services, was listed among the top 50 consultants in the December issue of Bank Investment Consultant magazine.
Christmas is about giving and Family Trust employees know how fun that can be. We gave $12,000 to four non-profit agencies in York County although members get the credit by buying stuffed animals and candy at our branches. Together we made a difference in our community.
John Colwell got his start in the restaurant business as a dishwasher in high school. Now he owns his own – Local Dish in Fort Mill – and tries to “buy local” every chance he gets.
The holiday cheer is filling the air as Christmas quickly approaches.
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Christmas gathering plan ✔
Safety plan ?
When you’re a potter, every day is like Christmas. “When you open that kiln, it’s a great surprise,” said Katherine Petke. She and five others make functional and decorative pottery sold at the Rock Hill Pottery Center in the Gettys Building on Main Street.