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May 23, 2024

First Community Bank recently hosted the 27th Annual Charity GolfTournament, raising $30,000 for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches. Held atthe Course at Eagle Mountain in Batesville, Arkansas, the event drew 120golfers and garnered support from nearly 50 businesses through holesponsorships and corporate donations. This year’s proceeds bring the totalraised for the ranch to over $455,255, thanks to First Community Bank’s ongoingcommitment to charitable events.


Matthew Cleveland, chief development officer of the Arkansas Sheriffs’Youth Ranches, said, "First Community Bank has once again demonstratedtheir unwavering commitment to the Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches throughtheir generous support of our annual charity golf tournament. Their partnershipand dedication to our cause have helped make this year's event a tremendoussuccess. We are deeply grateful for their continued support and the positiveimpact it has on the lives of the children and families we serve."


The success of the event was also attributed to the generosity of sponsors:

 Gold sponsors: Intimidator(lunch provider), Batesville Poultry (golf cart sponsor)

Silver sponsors: George’sLiquor (adult beverages provider) and Mechanical Construction Services (MCS)(breakfast provider), Future Fuel (refresh station)

Bronze sponsors: Stacy andTony Gunderman (snacks provider) and White River Health System (drinksprovider).


"The annual charity golf tournament in support of the ArkansasSheriffs' Youth Ranches has once again showcased the unwavering commitment ofour community and participants," said Boris Dover, president and chiefoperating officer for First Community Bank. “First Community Bank is honored tohave been a part of this event, and we are thrilled with the success it hasachieved. We are proud to support such a worthy cause and look forward tocontinuing our partnership with the Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches in theirmission to provide a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk youth."


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