By Scotty Dennis
Munfordville’s Limestone Bank Gives Back with 207 Care Packages to 4 Senior Facilities.
“We really wanted to give back to the senior citizens because they’re the ones that built this community,” Jacquelyn Crain, Universal Banker, explained. Businesses, churches, companies, and different groups came together after gathering supplies to create these care packages for low-income seniors in Hart County. Limestone Bank referred to this as the “Day of Caring” and it was made possible through United Way of Southern Kentucky. Originally, when this project was proposed it was for only one facility housing senior citizens in Hart County. Eagerly, the crew of Munfordville’s Limestone Bank opted to pull together more supplies for all four senior citizen facilities in Hart County. The employees, all in agreeance, chose the high road to not leave anyone out. “How could we do for one,” Jacquelyn proclaimed, “and not do for the others?”
On September 27, 2018, Day of Caring, the team had put together 207 care packages containing many personal care items. This was the biggest drive they have had in a very long time. The facilities included: The Ole Homeplace, Signature Healthcare, Hart County Manor, and The Senior Center. Hand-delivering each care package brought so much joy to the senior citizens of our significant town.
Many people are most likely aware of the name change from PBI Bank to Limestone Bank. What you may not be aware of is Limestone Bank did not buy out PBI Bank, it was only a name change. Everything stayed the same as before. They still offer free checking, free interest bearing accounts, CD’s, and plenty more beneficial way to best manage your money.
A warm thank you is well deserved to Limestone Bank for their hard work and dedication. Thank You Limestone Team.