Farmers Bank night coming to Point, Meigs


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Contestants participate in Farmers Bank’s Cash Crawl, in which high school seniors and those younger are blindfolded in the middle of the court and try to grab as many dollar bills as they can with the help of a spotter.


OHIO VALLEY — Farmers Bank will soon be hosting their annual “Farmers Bank Night” at two local schools.

The first night will be 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at Point Pleasant High School as the Big Blacks take on Hurricane High School. The next Farmers Bank Night will be 6 p.m. Feb. 5 as the Meigs Local Marauders take on Alexander High School.

Fans have an opportunity to get into the games free if they bring at least one non-perishable food item for a food drive being conducted by the bank. Farmers Bank will also be have its Cash Crawl during halftime, in which high school seniors and those younger will be blindfolded in the middle of the court and will grab as many dollar bills as they can with the help of a Farmers Bank spotter. There will be $250 total to potentially grab, and whatever is left over is donated to the host school.

“It’s going to be a fun night filled with friends and family,” Marketing Manager Dru Reed said. “We love giving back and working with our communities, trying to give back in multiple ways that not always a monetary donation because, especially this time of year, food pantries are (potentially) depleted from the holidays.”

Contestants participate in Farmers Bank’s Cash Crawl, in which high school seniors and those younger are blindfolded in the middle of the court and try to grab as many dollar bills as they can with the help of a spotter.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_IMG_9648-001.jpgContestants participate in Farmers Bank’s Cash Crawl, in which high school seniors and those younger are blindfolded in the middle of the court and try to grab as many dollar bills as they can with the help of a spotter.

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