Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Liberty Bank Donates $7,500 to Library Construction

STOCKTON, Mo. — Liberty Bank's Stockton branch donated $7,500 this month to the Cedar County Library Board, slated for a construction fund that will build the Geneva Sharp-Stockton branch library. The library board has raised more than $643,000 for the project to date. The proposed library branch will be a standalone building and will feature a computer lab, program room, and space for genealogy and history research.

Liberty Bank opened its doors in 1995 with one mobile unit and six employees and has grown to 14 locations with more than 230 team members. The bank's mission is "to rise above the expectations of our customers, associates and shareholders." The Stockton branch is located at 14 Public Square in Stockton, Mo.

This donation demonstrates the importance of philanthropy, particularly in small, rural communities like Stockton, which has a population of 1,960 and an estimated 14 percent of its residents are below the poverty level. Liberty Bank sets an example as a good corporate citizen.

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