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First National Bank LIVES UNITED in Acadia Parish - Wednesday, July 1, 2009

(JUNE, 19- CROWLEY) Today First National Bank (FNB) joined the Acadia parish community in kicking off the United Way of Acadiana's Community Campaign.  FNB employees volunteered to "Live United" on this day to support the organization whose mission is to make an impact in our community in education, earnings and essentials.  Following a kickoff breakfast outside of the Crowley office, the staff volunteered to construct the Born Learning Trail at Hensgen's Park in Crowley. 

Led by Greg Arceneaux, Vice-President of Lending in the Crowley Market, First National Bank employees spent the day creating the public learning trail.  The Born Learning Trail includes three sets of stencils, hopscotch with numbers, shapes and ABC's as well as signs along the Trail encouraging active learning. 

"United Way is important to Acadia Parish and supporting the United Way Community Campaign supports our neighborhood, where we serve our customers," said Arceneaux who also serves on the United Way's Campaign Cabinet. 

First National Bank leads the way in community banking with a personal touch. With its main office still located in its original location of Crowley, Louisiana, First National Bank strives to give customers a great banking experience while also keeping it personal. First National Bank is built on a solid foundation that began in 1924 with capital stock of only $100,000.00 and a surplus of  $50,000.00. Today, with assets exceeding $200 million, First National Bank of Louisiana is large enough to provide a multitude of financial services and yet small enough to provide personal banking and financial planning to its customers.

Insured by FDIC, First National Bank's strength and stability come from a solid foundation built on 85 years of experience.  FNB is privately owned by members of the local community, and is committed to hiring the best financial professionals in the market. Dedication to customer service, integrity, decisions made locally and overall excellence to the community are the cornerstones of FNB's success.

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About United Way of Acadiana: As the area's leading community solutions provider, United Way invests in and activates the resources to make the greatest possible impact in our community. United Way of Acadiana is independent, separately incorporated, and governed by local volunteers. United Ways bring people together to focus on the most important needs in the community - building partnerships, forging consensus and leveraging resources to make a measurable difference. For more information about United Way of Acadiana, visit