MEMBER NEWS Simply a better bank. TM Lackawanna County Children’s Library Celebrates 30th Anniversary Library supporters, patrons and artists recently came together in celebration of the Lackawanna County Children’s Library 30th anniversary during First Friday in Scranton. Special guests included Peg McDade, Marshall Rumbaugh and Richard Leonori, three out of the four original artists who created much of the library’s artwork, including the Hans Christian Andersen sculpture, the Beatrix Potter sculpture, and the hanging cloud sculptures. In addition to the original three, artist Liz Kluesner joined the group to discuss the hand-painted mural she made for the library that depicts the Everhart Museum and Nay Aug Park. Also on display were the newly-restored heritage dolls created by local artists Peg McDade and Marshall Rumbaugh. The restoration was made possible through a grant from the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority. FNCB Adopt-A-Family Program Employees from FNCB Bank recently donated $1,000 in groceries and more than 250 gifts to 10 local families as part of the Bank’s “Adopt-A-Family” holiday project. More than 200 FNCB staff members participated this year in Adopt-a-Family, the Bank’s signature holiday gift-giving event. The program matches local families in need from the Catherine McAuley Centers of Lackawanna and Luzerne County and Children and Youth Services of Wayne County with those wishing to donate. FNCB Bank Employees Dress Down for Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA Golden Technologies Raises $3,000 for American Red Cross Employees of Golden Technologies held a campaign to raise funds for the American Red Cross resulting in $3,000 toward the hurricane relief effort. Several Golden retailers and sales representatives were directly affected by the recent disasters. Employee contributions were matched by the company. 10 • The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce Golden Technologies Voted Among Best Places to Work in NEPA Golden Technologies has been voted among the Best Places to Work in Northeastern Pennsylvania sponsored by the Times Leader Media Group’s reader contest honoring businesses and organizations. The contest is meant to highlight the best, most innovative places in the area. FNCB Bank recently presented representatives from the Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA with a $708 donation raised through a bank wide “Jeans for a Cause” dress down day in November. FNCB’s monthly fundraising effort encourages employees to make small donations in exchange for the opportunity to wear jeans to work. All employee donations are matched dollar for dollar by the bank. Since launching the Jeans for a Cause program, FNCB employees have raised $37,698 for local non-proﬁ t organizations.