back-to-schoolMUHLENGERG COUNTY, Ky. (7/18/14) — The back to school bells are ringing and Old National Bank is raising their hand to ask for your partnership in helping students be ready for
a successful start to the year.

Old National is hosting a drive to collect school supply donations to benefit the Family Resource Centers in Muhlenberg County. ONB associates will be personally involved in acquiring a variety of supplies students will need and are asking the public to also help.

Whether it's a box of crayons, a pack of notebook paper, a stick of glue or a backpack to carry it all, when the community rallies together, many needs can be met.

Donations can be dropped off at any Old National Bank location during normal banking hours. Each branch location will be delivering the donated items to the Family Resource Center nearest to their location.

Associates of ONB will be buying supplies to donate and will also be paying to wear jeans to work each Friday with all of the "jean money" going toward buying school supplies. Additionally, Old National will be donating $500.00 to the Muhlenberg County Family Resource Center.

The school supplies collected through these donations will be delivered to the schools by August 4. The support of those who can help is greatly needed and appreciated.

Questions? Contact Logan Porter at ONB's Main Office in Greenville at (270) 338-1050.

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Information provided by Logan Porter

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