Monday, August 24, 2015

Greenville National Bank Supports Tecumseh Trail

Roger Van Frank, Director of the Darke County Park District, along with Wayne Fisher, President of the Friends of the Darke County Parks Phoenix Committee, accept the check from Kent A. James, CPA President and C.E.O. of Greenville National Bank.
Greenville National Bank recently made another substantial contribution to further the construction of the Tecumseh Trail which is currently in phase 5. They also confirmed an additional commitment for three years, totaling four years of partnership benefiting Darke County residents. Kent A. James, CPA, President and C.E.O. of Greenville National Bank said, “We believe that this multi-use trail benefits all Darke County residents and visitors as well. We are proud to partner with [the Darke County Park District] in this endeavor.” The funds will allow the Park District to apply for additional grant funding to complete the trail from Bradford to Greenville. It will connect the Greenville Creek Trail to Alice Bish Preserve located on Ohio St. in Greenville. The trail stretches about 10 miles to date.

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