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Farmers and Merchants Bank is proud to host a new Coffee Talk series at their main branch on Hickory Street in Mountain Home beginning Friday, September 2nd.
The free event series, which will provide an opportunity for Mountain Home neighbors to network, will feature community leaders and local projects. The first speaker will be Bomber Football Coach Steve Ary, who will forecast the upcoming season.
Guests will also enjoy coffee and pastries from local business Brewed Awakening.
“We are excited to invite the community to Farmers and Merchants Bank on the first Friday of each month to share positive news and projects impacting Mountain Home and the North Central Arkansas area”, commented Community Development Office Katie Schneider. “Our schools are the heart of our community, which makes Mtn. Home Football Coach Steve Ary a perfect first guest for our coffee talk series. Learn more about the program and don’t forget that the Bombers will play the Harrison Goblins that evening. Let's join together to show our support!”
Stop by Farmers and Merchants Bank on Hickory Street in Mountain Home on Friday, September 2nd from 8 am until 9 am to meet Steve Ary and get excited about the upcoming Bomber football season.
Farmers and Merchants Bank, headquartered in Stuttgart, is a locally-owned community bank with 27 locations across the state of Arkansas, including eight operating as The Bank of Fayetteville. With assets in excess of $1.6 billion, Farmers and Merchants is the 10th largest bank chartered in Arkansas.