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FFNB makes donation to Salvation Army

FNNB Bank Executive Vice President Rob Kahn, right, presents Captain Janelle Cleaveland and Ed 
Poe, of the Jasper County Salvation Army, with a $2,000 check to help fill the needs of the food pantry. 
Beginning Nov. 6 FNNB Bank will accept non-perishable food items, paper products and cash donations 
for the Salvation Army Food Pantry at both of its locations. Food items the Salvation Army is currently in 
need of include, canned vegetables and fruit, Stove Top stuffing mixes, canned sweet potatoes, 
macaroni and cheese and packaged French fried onions.
FNNB Bank Executive Vice President Rob Kahn, right, presents Captain Janelle Cleaveland and Ed Poe, of the Jasper County Salvation Army, with a $2,000 check to help fill the needs of the food pantry. Beginning Nov. 6 FNNB Bank will accept non-perishable food items, paper products and cash donations for the Salvation Army Food Pantry at both of its locations. Food items the Salvation Army is currently in need of include, canned vegetables and fruit, Stove Top stuffing mixes, canned sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese and packaged French fried onions.

FNNB Bank Executive Vice President Rob Kahn, right, presents Captain Janelle Cleaveland and Ed Poe, of the Jasper County Salvation Army, with a $2,000 check to help fill the needs of the food pantry. Beginning Nov. 6 FNNB Bank will accept non-perishable food items, paper products and cash donations for the Salvation Army Food Pantry at both of its locations. Food items the Salvation Army is currently in need of include, canned vegetables and fruit, Stove Top stuffing mixes, canned sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese and packaged French fried onions.

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