by Tim Church
BRANSON, Mo. – Central Bank of Branson makes the holidays a little brighter for local families by paying off the outstanding lunch balances for both the Forsyth and Blue Eye School Districts.
This month Central Bank of Branson President Joe Loth presented a check for two-thousand-894-dollars and four-cents to the Forsyth School and a check for one-thousand-94-dollars and 65-cents to the Blue Eye School to cover all of the past due amounts for both districts lunch accounts.
Loth shares what it means to the bank to be able to give back this time of year:
Last Christmas Central Bank of Branson made a similar donation when it paid off the outstanding lunch balances for both the Branson and Hollister School Districts, which totaled over seven-thousand-dollars.
(Top Photo: Central Bank of Branson President Joe Loth presents a checks to Forsyth Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeff Mingus and Tim Russell to cover their outstanding lunch balances.)
(Bottom Photo: Central Bank of Branson President Joe Loth presents a checks to Blue Eye Schools Superintendent Dr. Doug Arnold and Janet Florke to cover their outstanding lunch balances.)