06/01/2021: 1ST SUMMIT BANK Contributes to Quemahoning Family Recreation Area Expansion Project

1ST SUMMIT BANK presenting a check to the Cambria & Somerset Counties Conservancy for the Quemahoning Family Recreation Area projectJOHNSTOWN, PA (June 1, 2021) – 1ST SUMMIT BANK is proud to donate to the Cambria and Somerset Counties Conversancy (CSCC) to help with the expansion of recreational amenities at the Quemahoning Family Recreation Area.

As part of a five-year commitment to contribute financially to the project, 1ST SUMMIT BANK  recently presented a check for $2,500 to Dr. James Greco, CSCC Board Chairman.

Items that the CSCC plan to complete in 2021 include a new shower house and restroom building, new RV sites and cabins, a new pavilion, and an expansion of the parking lot.

1ST SUMMIT BANK is always excited to contribute to great projects happening in our community,” said Eric Renner, CEO & President of 1ST SUMMIT BANK. “The Quemahoning Reservoir provides a great recreational resource to its surrounding counties. Being able to donate to this expansion is important to us.”

To date, the Quemahoning Family Recreation Area has seen an expansion of the swim area and a new playground.

The Bank is proudly committed to the communities in which it serves and recognizes the importance of recreational and family-friendly opportunities in the region.

About 1ST SUMMIT BANK –

A true community bank for the past 97 years, 1ST SUMMIT BANK primarily focuses on relationship banking for both consumers and businesses within our region. Altogether, 1ST SUMMIT BANK provides banking, financial, and investment services throughout the counties of Cambria, Somerset, Indiana, Westmoreland, and Blair.

In 2020, 1ST SUMMIT BANK was chosen as one of the “Best Places to Work in PA” for the 20th consecutive year and was selected as one of the “Best Banks to Work For in the U.S.” by American Banker magazine.

Photo: Sean McCool, Public Relations & Communications Manager at 1ST SUMMIT BANK, presents a check for $2,500 to Dr. James Greco, Chairman of the Cambria and Somerset Counties Conservancy Board.