Summit Bank encourages ‘Feeding the Pig’ with Mindset of Success Program

Donna Burns, Regional Vice President and Market Manager for Summit Community Bank is surrounded by Western Greenbrier Middle School students with their banks. Front Row: Kelsey Alley (left), Kenley Ferguson, Derek Brunty, Dakota Brunty and Nathan Woodrum. Back Row: Matthew Murphy (left), John Simms and Zachary Carroll.

“Feeding the Pig” or knowing how to use money wisely is definitely a part of being a successful business person. Summit Community Bank is giving royal blue piggy banks to all the students participating in the Mindset of Success program at Western Greenbrier Middle School this year. This youth entrepreneur program is offered by VisAbility-Mindset More...

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