Manhattan, Kan. (Oct. 1 – Press Release)
Farmers State Bank is hosting a Fall Festival to celebrate their 120th anniversary and upcoming launch of their rebranding on Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the lawn surrounding Christ Lutheran Church at 4592 Green Valley Rd. in Manhattan.
There will be an inflatable rock climbing wall, bouncy castle, pumpkin painting, jumbo yard games, photo booth, food trucks, and Farmers State Bank will be giving away $500 in cash prizes. Event entry is free and open to the public, and food will be available for purchase.
For more information about the event, visit FarmersFallFestival.com.
Farmers State Bank is a steward of individuals’ finances and financial goals. They were founded in 1898 in Westmoreland, KS, and expanded to their second location in Manhattan in 2003. After purchasing the Morrill & Janes Bank in Onaga, they opened their third branch in 2014. Farmers State Bank provides a variety of personal and business services including checking, savings, and IRA accounts as well as consumer, agriculture, real estate, and commercial lending.