2023 FKB Community Contributions for Lakes Region

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check presentation for Marshall Co Fair Board

FKB Lakes Region Market Executive, Steve Fisk and FKB Commercial Loan Assistant, Jami Carr presented a $250 donation to Josh Kee, MC Fair Board Vice President, who accepted the check on behalf of the Marshall County A & I Fair Board. The donation will go to support the 2023 Marshall County Fair, which is scheduled to run March 30th through April 2nd.


group of employees dressed up at chamber women in business event

The Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce held their 2023 Women in Business Luncheon on International Women’s Day. It was a great way to celebrate all the wonderful women in our local business community! We were happy to have some of our Lakes Region ladies in attendance at this event.


group of employees dressed up at miracle gala event

We were proud to be a sponsor for the 2023 Miracle Gala Fundraiser. Some of our Benton employees had the privilege of attending the event on behalf of First Kentucky and the Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce Leadership Marshall County Class. FKB Bankers, Autumn Green and Bethany Morrison are currently in the Leadership Marshall County Class, so they were also involved with collecting silent and live auction items for the Miracle Gala.This special benefit event was hosted by Marshall County Parks for The Miracle League of Western Kentucky. The fundraiser will allow children and adults with physical and mental disabilities the opportunity to play baseball at a specially equipped field at Mike Miller Park in Draffenville.


group of employees at south marshall middle for special holocaust exhibit

We were pleased to be a co-sponsor for the Anne Frank Traveling Holocaust Exhibit, which took place at South Marshall Middle School.
It was a unique opportunity for the Marshall County schools, which allowed select SMMS students to act as museum curators for the Holocaust Exhibit, and it also gave a few NMMS students a chance to present their Holocaust projects to the public. In addition, it exposed SMMS students, NMMS students, and the public to a special learning experience about an important part of history.The teachers and students involved in this project did a fantastic job with the exhibit setup and presentations, and we were fortunate to have several employees at the event to see it firsthand.


group of students, teachers, and bankers at south marshall middle posing with a banner promoting a special holocaust exhibit

We were proud to support the Anne Frank Traveling Holocaust Exhibit at South Marshall Middle School. This was a very special opportunity for the students and community!
We also enjoyed meeting the teachers involved in this project and the students that acted as museum curators for the exhibit.


check presentation for dancing for gold event

FKB Lender, Bruce Akin recently presented a $400 donation to Livingston County Sheriff Bobby Davidson. Sheriff Davidson will be participating in the Dancing for Gold event, which is a fundraiser for childhood cancer research and families that have a child undergoing treatment for the disease.