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LIGHTING THE HOLIDAYS

Program has helped local kids at Christmas for 22 years

Farmers Bank and Trust staff members sort items for the 22nd annual Light Up a Child’s Life Christmas program. Donations are still being accepted until Dec. 13. Working here are Kody Clawson and Mollie Weber.

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This marks the 22nd year Farmers Bank and Trust has set up twinkling Christmas trees in their Great Bend bank locations in an effort to help give needy children in the community a brighter holiday.
The bank’s annual Light Up a Child’s Life program has benefited local kids, said Karesa Harrison, bank vice president and project organizers. “For many kids in our community, receiving a Christmas gift is a wish come true.”
She said the basic process has remained the same over the years. One can stop by either Farmers Bank and Trust location (1612 Main St. and ...


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