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First Kentucky Kids Enjoy 'Dragon 2'

First-Kentucky-Bank-logo.27CENTRAL CITY, Ky. (6/30/14) — Over 250 members and guests of First Kentucky Bank’s Kids Club enjoyed the thirteenth annual Kids Club Movie Party featuring private showings of the summer smash 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' at Cinema IV in Central City.

The movie party, held June 23 and 24, is sponsored annually by First Kentucky Bank for the members of its children’s savings club.

“We’re thrilled with the response to our 2014 Movie Party,” said Dean Rowe, Pennyrile Region Market Executive of First Kentucky Bank. “We had excellent participation from the kids who already had savings accounts with us and were able to attract some new club members. The Kids Club is a great tool that parents can use to teach their kids the importance of saving money. We’re very pleased with its growth.”

First Kentucky Bank offered daily 11 a.m. showings of “Dragon 2” at Cinema IV for all Kids Club members, who received free admission, popcorn and soft drink. Each member attending was also registered to win one of the many door prizes available.

The Kids 1st Savings Club at First Kentucky Bank (Member FDIC) is available to any child from birth to age 12. There is no service charge for the account and it can be opened with a deposit of as little as $5. To join, visit either the Central City office of First Kentucky Bank at 109 North 2nd Street, phone (270) 754-1331, or the Greenville office at 145 North Main Street, phone (270) 338-1331. You can also check it out online at www.firstkentucky.com

Kids 1st Savings Club Movie Party

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Several Kids 1st Savings Club members won door prizes at the 2014 Kids Club Movie Party held at Cinema IV in Central City on June 23-24. The winners from the 11 a.m. showing of “How To Train Your Dragon 2” on June 23 were Ryleigh Hill, Scott Basham, Eli Shelton, Edwyn Reynolds, Hunter Ramsey, Hope Ewing, Audrey Jenkins, Colton Carver, Olivia Fox and James Fleming. All members in attendance received free admission, soft drink and popcorn, plus "Dragon 2" stickers and lollipops. The Kids Club is the children’s savings program of First Kentucky Bank and is available to kids from birth through age 12.

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Ten lucky Kids 1st Savings Club members won door prizes at the 2014 Kids Club Movie Party held at Cinema IV in Central City June 23-24. The winners from the 11 a.m. showing of “How To Train Your Dragon 2” on June 24 were Aidan Miller, Jayden Grundy, Eli Gootee, Christian Jernigan, Lilly Chaney, Charlie Sparks, Sarah Abney, William Sigers, Gavin Myers and Shelby Powell. Pictured with the winners was First Kentucky Bank market executive Dean Rowe. All members in attendance received free admission, soft drink and popcorn, plus "Dragon 2" stickers and lollipops.

The Kids Club is the children’s savings program of First Kentucky Bank and is available to kids from birth through age 12.

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