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CBK Announces Summer Reading Program for Kids

The CBK Youth Reading Program gives students an incentive to read this summer, including books about financial literacy.  Partnering with community libraries, the program provides suggested reading lists and a reading log.  Students will earn $5.00 for every five books they read – up to $25.00 – to be deposited into a CBK Youth Savings Account.  New accounts are also eligible to receive a CBK Piggy Bank!

“Citizens Bank of Kansas is committed to supporting our communities.  This program is another example of that goal,” said Jane Deterding, Chairman of the Board of Citizens Bank of Kansas.   “Kids get the opportunity to read books and earn money!  Younger children are also included with a free CBK Piggy Bank when opening a new CBK Youth Savings Account.”

Suggested reading lists – including financial books – are provided for Elementary and Middle School Students.  Each student must read at least one financial book to be eligible for the cash prize.  Reading logs are available at all CBK Branches and the following participating community libraries:  Bradford Memorial Library (El Dorado), Kingman Carnegie Library (Kingman), Lincoln Library (Medicine Lodge), Winfield Public Library (Winfield).

Citizens Bank of Kansas takes pride in being the family-owned neighborhood bank for its customers for five generations, celebrating its 100-year anniversary of family ownership and management in 2022. CBK has banking facilities throughout south central Kansas and has a strong tradition of community service. Learn more at www.CitizensBankofKansas.com. Member FDIC.

 

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