Clary said eco-friendly products and services such as e-statements, combined multiple account statements, online banking, and electronic BillPay save an enormous amount of paper products and that each customer who chooses this method of banking can make an environmental impact difference.
“Every little bit helps,” Clary said.
First State Bank was established in 1902 and is Cleveland County’s oldest bank.
“Spring Fling helps provide customers with children an opportunity to teach them about building a solid financial future,” said Kim King, CEO and Chairman of the Board. “We give away packets of seeds to help demonstrate that planting seeds now for flowers later this year is similar to saving money today for a brighter financial future. And helping things grow is great fun for the kids.”
The “Soaring Into Spring” Spring Fling takes place at both First State Bank locations: 102 N. Main, Noble, and 1600 W. Lindsey, Norman. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call (405) 872-3434, or go to www.fsbnoble.com.