Shown above, Consumer National Bank President and CEO Ralph Lober, right, and Salem Community Foundation President John Tonti cutting the ribbon flanked by Chamber Ambassadors, CNB board members and CNB Salem Branch staff. Morning Journal/Gary Leininger
Friends of the Salem Community Foundation checking out the new office space with Melissa Costa, SCF Grant Coordinator and Brittany Maniscalco, SCF Coordinator of Donor Relations. From left, Dr. Peter Apicella, Joe Sedzmak, Betty Brothers, Brittany Maniscalco, Michael Garber, Kayla Garber, Shane Franks, and Melissa Costa.
Consumers National Bank, based in Stark County since 1965, has been making a difference in the Salem community since 1975. Consumers is a leading Ohio community-based financial institution with 21 locations across six counties. With over $950 million in assets, Consumers is nationally recognized for its lending and financial performance. The Salem Community Foundation, a public non-profit charitable trust has as its mission to improve the quality of life in Salem and the immediate area. Salem Community Foundation assess and meets changing community needs through grants and scholarships while assisting donors to preserve assets for their charitable purposes.
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Consumers National Bank and the Salem Community Foundation held an event Thursday showcasing the bank’s new offices at 141 South Ellsworth Avenue. The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the ribbon-cutting and open house.