Bank Midwest Awards $10,000 to the Jackson Community Pride Swearingen Field Project

Bank Midwest is proud to help the Community Pride Committee’s Swearingen Field project, by donating an additional $10,000 to help support the addition of sidewalks, bleachers and a new score board for the Jackson County High School football field. Bank Midwest made an earlier contribution bringing the total to $15,000 donated in support of this project.

The Community Pride Committee is a non-profit organization made up of school board members, friends, family, and local business owners in the Jackson community working to improve sports or educational programs. They are currently working on phase two of a three-phased project, funded by donations from businesses and individuals in the community. The goal is to update and renovate much of the Swearingen Football Field grounds, equipment and buildings.

“We are really excited to be part of this project,” stated Brandon Finck, Bank Midwest Community Bank President. “We want the kids and the community to have a field they can be proud of. It’s a good thing for everyone.”

Founded in 1882, Bank Midwest is an employee-owned organization and home of the “Great Experience, One Place.” It has assets of $701 million, and is a full-service bank offering loans and traditional FDIC-insured accounts, as well as insurance, investment and trust services.