In the Community
For 75 years, Reliance Bank has been synonymous with Community Service. From the early days of Ardie Dillen, Bruce Hostler, and Tim Sissler to the current guidance of Denny Doll, the employees have been instilled with the thought that we are indeed employees of Reliance Bank, and that comes with being community servant leaders.
The employees of Reliance Bank have embraced the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. This project consumes over 125 hours of volunteer time each year. Our employees work tirelessly to raise funds for Relay. They do this because they know their part, no matter how big or how small, is supporting such an outstanding event. For 20 years, our support has grown and so has the enthusiasm from the employees and their families. We have raised over $350,000 for Relay for Life in that timeframe, which includes a match of funds by Reliance Bank’s Foundation.
Aside from Relay for Life, Reliance Bank employees have connections with most non-profit organizations in our trade area including the local Chambers of Commerce, Lions Clubs, Operation Our Town, and much more. We provide funding, leadership, and hands-on help to groups throughout our market area on a regular basis.
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Women Rooted In Agriculture
June 27 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Reliance Bank is proud to partner with Penn State Extension for the Women Rooted in Agriculture event!
Women Rooted in Agriculture is an educational opportunity for women who are active in agriculture.
In the first session, Abby Spackman of Penn State University will discuss the topic stress on the farm. Long hours, financial pressures, and other factors can lead to high levels of stress for farmers. Spackman will cover various tips to alleviate stress. After lunch, Lori Knepp of Hidden Hills Dairy will share her farm story of making fine cheeses in an on-farm facility with fresh milk from her Jersey cows.
The Women Rooted in Agriculture event is located at the Bistro at the Village Green in Martinsburg. For additional information, call (814) 643-1660, e-mail, HuntingdonExt@psu.edu, or visit https://extension.psu.edu/women-rooted-in-agriculture.