Wes Strange, current Chairman of the Holding Company, Branson BancShares Inc., as well as a Director at Branson Bank was recognized as part of the Missouri Bankers Association’s elite 50 Year Club at their annual convention held at the Chateau on the Lake.
Mariachi music, a fun game of soccer, battling three piñatas, and a Folkloric dancing group filled Skyline Baptist Church as Branson Bank hosted their first Cinco de Mayo event. Around 200 individuals from the community joined the bank as they celebrated the Mexican holiday, providing dinner to everyone in attendance.
After a year of raising money internally, Branson bank employees selected the non-profit organization, Together Forever, to be the recipients of Branson Bank's annual Casual For A Cause donation in the amount of $1,500.00.
The employees of Branson Bank are excited to report that $1,929.15 was raised via their two-day Bale Sale held in support of the family of Jasmine Miller. The bank matched and contributed an additional donation of $500.00, which brought the final total to $2,429.15.
A Memorial account has been established at Branson Bank and is currently accepting donations for the family. The funds will be disbursed to the family of Jasmine Miller to be utilized at their discretion.
Branson Bank recently delivered hats, gloves, and scarves to Forsyth Schools. Annually, Branson Bank employees collect the cold weather clothing items to be distributed to area schools for students in need.
Join us at Branson Bank to hear Santa read a Christmas story while enjoying Santa's Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies and Milk! This event is FREE and open to the public.
Recently, Branson Bank dedicated their Hwy. 248 foyer to Veterans as a special place for their information to be displayed. Joining the ceremonies were the Branson Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce for a special ribbon cutting, Jackie Hart sang the “National Anthem,” and School of the Ozarks ‘Lower Choir’ sang a patriotic song – led by Kendra Franks.
Recently, Branson Bank and the University of Missouri Extension Office partnered together to host the “Beef Management Workshop,” offering agricultural information to over 100 local farmers at Forsyth High School’s new Performing Arts building. Branson Bank provided a warm dinner while area farmers, outdoorsmen, and veterinary professionals listened to University Professionals, Dr. Justin Sexton and Dr. Ron Plain.