MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (6/20/13) – First Kentucky Bank will host its 12th annual Kids Club Movie Party with daily 11 a.m. showings of Disney/Pixar’s “Monsters University” at Cinema IV in Central City on Monday, July 1st, and Tuesday, July 2nd.
Admission is free for all members of the First Kentucky Bank Kids Club and each child also gets a free popcorn and soft drink. Parents and guests are also welcome to attend at regular Cinema IV admission prices.
“It’s hard to believe we’re in our 12th year of hosting the movie party,” said Dean Rowe, Pennyrile Region Market Executive of First Kentucky Bank. “So many of our kids are now young adults. We’re so proud to see them grow and this new generation making their way through. This is such an important program for First Kentucky Bank because it’s designed specifically to plant the seed of the importance of saving and managing your money.”
"One of our primary missions is to help educate young people about the positive benefits of managing their personal finances properly in all stages of life,” Rowe added.
The Kids Club is open to all kids through 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, just stop by First Kentucky Bank in Central City or Greenville.
Club members can pick up their movie ticket at any time between now and Friday, June 28th, at either the Central City Office at 109 North Second Street or the Greenville Office at 145 North Main Street.
Preference of show date will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. All kids attending the event must be escorted by a responsible adult. Concession services will be available from Cinema IV.
For more information about the annual Kids Club Movie Party, please contact any customer service representative at First Kentucky Bank in Central City (754-1331) or Greenville (338-1331).
Information provided by Dean Rowe (First Kentucky Bank)
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