Hatboro Federal Senior Vice President Constance T. Wood accepted the award designed to recognize the bank for a $5000 donation to the non-profit organization's Bulbs for Bucks beautification program. "We are very pleased to accept the award and honor from this distinguished group. Hatboro Federal's mission has been, and continues to be, to support organizations such as Bucks Beautiful as they work to improve, strengthen and beautify our communities," notes Wood.
The Spring Fling drew supporters for an evening of dining, dancing, raffles and a silent auction. "We gathered to celebrate Bulbs for Bucks success in raising sufficient funds to plant a million daffodil bulbs over the past five years. This coming fall we will plant the millionth bulb and continue our mission to enhance the county's landscape," says Bucks Beautiful Executive Director Dawn D. Byers. "We also planned this celebration to recognize the generosity of our dedicated members and donors who have given not only financial support, but also countless hours of hard work to help us achieve our dream."
The evening's award segment included recognition of the 2014 leadership and scholarship winners. In addition to Hatboro Federal, awards were presented to Andrew Hartnagle of Twin Silo Farm in Gardenville, PA, and Chuck, Barbara, and Christine Gale of Gale Nurseries, Inc. $1,000 Scholarships were given to Delaware Valley College junior Matthew Janisch, and senior Michelle McNutt for their ongoing commitment to Landscape Architecture, Design, and Ornamental Horticulture, respectively. For more information about Bucks Beautiful programs, or how to support the organization, visit www.bucksbeautiful.org, email: email@example.com, or call 215.340.3639.
In 2012, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) ranked Hatboro Federal among the Philadelphia region's top 50 banks. Bauer Financial, an independent financial rating institution, awards Hatboro Federal its highest 5-star rating annually. Hatboro Federal also received the 2013 Lifetime Business Achievement Award from the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.
Hatboro Federal Savings, one of Bucks and Eastern
Montgomery Counties' leading community banks, was chartered by the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board in February 1941. Headquartered at 221 S. York Road, in Hatboro,
PA, Hatboro Federal has branch offices in Warminster, Warrington, and Jamison,
offering financial products and services to individuals and families. For more
information, log on to www.hatborofed.com, or call 215.675.4000.