#SupporterSpotlight – First National Bank

The annual Founder’s Crawfish Boil is almost upon us, and that means our amazing sponsors step up to help make it an event to remember! First National Bank is one of those sponsors and they have had an amazing impact on the CSC of Washington County throughout the years. When asked how long their organization has been involved with the CSC, the answer was a heart-warming 10+ years. That is at least 10 years of time, resources, and compassion poured out from their employees to help each child that walks through our doors.

“#weARblue #CSC”

Tanya Mims, the Market President of Washington County, took some time to answer of few of our questions!

What is your favorite thing about being a CSC Sponsor? We love partnering with CSC because we know that our contributions go directly toward helping these children. CSC helps to reduce their trauma so that they can heal and stop the cycle of abuse.

What is your favorite way you (or your company!) have gotten to be involved with the CSC? The annual Founder’s Crawfish Boil!

Favorite memory from Crawfish Boils past? All of them are unique and special. Each years gets better and better so we always look forward to the next year. However, the most memorable was the year rain tried to dampen our event. We just huddled up under the tent and continued having a great time!

What are you most looking forward to at this year’s Crawfish Boil? We can’t wait for the fun comradery and knowing that we get to play a small part in helping make a difference in the lives of these children!

Thank you so much to our amazing sponsors at First National Bank! We appreciate everything you do!

 

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