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Community Involvement

Working to Improve our Community

Being involved in the community is part of our role as a community bank at Bank of Louisiana. The stronger our communities, the more attractive they are as places to live and work.

Bank of Louisiana stays committed to the community by investing in the local economy and making charitable contributions. From donating signs, calendars and other necessary equipment and supplies to raising funds for various non-profits, we’re always ready to help our community any way we can.

If you have a worthwhile project that helps support our community, contact Bank of Louisiana to see how we can help!

Bank of Louisiana Pike County Fair Contest

Jim Ross, Bank of Louisiana President presented Jason Luck with two Season Passes to the Pike County Fair. Jason was the winner of the Bank of Louisiana Facebook Contest which had over 400 participants.


Bank of Louisiana hosts Ribbon Cutting for New West Bank Building.

Bank of Louisiana along with the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce officially opened the new Bank of Louisiana West Bank building on Monday, July 2nd with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. This new building will allow for more room and updated comforts for both employees and customers as well as continuing to provide the convenience of a second bank location in town.


Bank of Louisiana participates in Louisiana Bicentennial Celebration Parade

 

The City of Louisiana, Missouri kicked off the Bicentennial Celebration on Saturday, June 30th with a parade through town. Bank of Louisiana was honored to be a part of this event and the rest of the celebration throughout the week.


Bank of Louisiana plays golf in “TEE OFF FORE TOTS” to support the Pike County Memorial Hospital Foundation

Bank of Louisiana is a proud supporter of the Pike County Memorial Hospital Foundation. This organization raises money to help the hospital meme the needs of the children in our community.


Bank of Louisiana donates to Bicentennial Celebration

Bank of Louisiana is proud to be a Community Friend Sponsor of the upcoming Louisiana Missouri 2018 Bicentennial Celebration. Jim Ross, Bank of Louisiana President presented the donation to Cindy Blaylock, Co-Chair of the celebration committee.


Phyllis Lovell Honored for 35 Years of Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phyllis Lovell was honored for her 35 years of continuous, loyal service with Bank of Louisiana at the bank Christmas Party on December 21, 2017.

Lovell was hired as Bank of Louisiana’s Bookkeeper in January of 1983, and was promoted to Head Bookkeeper in 1984.  She has worked in many areas of the bank including: balancing checking and savings accounts, safe deposit boxes, CDs, and as a part time teller.  As Head Bookkeeper, Phyllis processes the ACH and NSF items, monitors and maintains accounts, balances the General Ledger and prepares all account statements for customers.  In addition, technology has changed Phyllis’ current position tremendously over the years, but she has always adapted and trained to stay on top of the industry standards and go above and beyond what is required for her job. 

Thank you Phyllis for your hard work, dedication  and friendship these last 35 years!


Bank of Louisiana Customer Appreciation Day

Bank of Louisiana hosted its Annual Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, December 1st.  Those that attended received gifts and enjoyed delicious refreshments.  In addition to the gifts and snacks, a drawing was held for the chance to win poinsettia plants, popcorn tins or the grand prize: a $250 gift certificate to County Market. Jim Ross, Bank of Louisiana President is pictured above presenting the Grand Prize County Market Gift Certificate to Vickie Swarnes. Thank you to everyone who stopped by and joined Bank of Louisiana in appreciating our customers and community!


Bank of Louisiana Donates to Community Food Pantry

Bank of Louisiana was able to present a donation and a shopping cart full of food to the Louisiana Community Food Pantry. The food and funds came from employees who donated money and food during “Jeans Days” in November for the right to wear blue jeans to work.