Spotlight Bank of the Week is a new feature that we are adding to our website and e-newsletter. It is an opportunity to promote anything about your organization, such as fun facts, organization news, special events, etc. The Spotlight Bank of the Week will be featured on our homepage slider, e-newsletter, and our social media platforms. To apply, just fill out our registration form and email it to Natalie Rowan at email@example.com.
This opportunity is for member banks only. If you are not a member bank and wish to inquire about being our Spotlight Bank of the Week, please contact Linda Gregware at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (518) 436-4646.
- In 1896, when she was elected President of The First National Bank of Groton, Welthea M. Marsh became one of the first women in the United States to serve as President of a national bank.
- Following the Emergency Banking Act of 1933, The First National Bank of Groton was one of the first financial institutions determined by the Treasury Department to be solvent, making it one of the first to be re-opened.
- Our annual Customer Appreciation Day is widely recognized and eagerly awaited each year! Employees grill and serve the famous “quarter-pound” hot dogs for our customers and the entire community at each of our offices.
- We open our lobbies to customers and the community as a way to showcase their artwork, their collections, and local memorabilia. Our Groton office features a thirty-foot mural, painted by a local artist, depicting the Village of Groton in 1900.