FNCB Raises Money for Dunmore Historical Society

FNCB fundraiser

FNCB Bank, locally-based for 110 years, recently presented a check for $480.70 to the Dunmore Historical Society raised through a bank wide “Jeans for a Cause” dress down day. The Dunmore Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the artifacts, archives, and bibliographic materials of the history of the Borough of Dunmore.

FNCB’s monthly fundraising effort encourages employees to make small donations in exchange for the opportunity to wear jeans to work. All employee donations are matched dollar for dollar by the bank.

Since launching the Jeans for a Cause program, FNCB employees have raised $55,144 for local non-profit organizations.

Shown from left are: Jerry Champi, FNCB Bank president and CEO; Michael Williams, president, Dunmore Historical Society; and Dan Schreffler, treasurer, Dunmore Historical Society.


Dunmore Based Businesses Take Home SAGE Awards


Businesses based in Dunmore were among the winners of the 2019 SAGE Awards (Scranton Awards for Growth and Excellence) announced publicly by The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce at its Chamber Gala at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center. The awards honor outstanding local businesses for their talent, creativity, and innovation. 

The Borough of Dunmore won the Pride and Progress: Exterior Renovations award for the renovation of Schautz Stadium; Penn State Scranton won the Pride and Progress: Interior Renovations award, and FNCB Bank tied with AAA North Penn for the Pride and Progress: New Construction award.

United Sports Academy took home the People’s Choice Award.

More than 100 applications were received. A group of volunteer community leaders and professionals teamed up to review applications and select finalists. The Chamber is proud to honor businesses that are making valuable contributions to the region and contributing to our overall quality of life.  

The other winners, in each category, are: Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates, Best Practices in Community Involvement; Penn Foster, Best Practices in Customer Service; Posture Interactive, Best Practices in Marketing and Communications; Woodloch Resort, Business of the Year; Bedrock Technology, Fastest Growing Company.

Also, Scranton Fringe Festival “Big Gay StorySlam,” Hometown Star; CaPAA of NEPA, LLC, New and Emerging Business of the Year; Discovery MI Preschool, Non-Profit Organization of the Year, and Lavish Body and Home, Small Business of the Year.


FNCB Celebrates Grand Opening of New Community Office Building

FNCB ribbon cutting

FNCB Bank recently celebrated the official grand opening of its new full-service community office at 100 South Blakely St. in Dunmore with a ribbon cutting.

As part of the “Dunmore Campus” revitalization project and after 109 years of operating at 102 East Drinker St., Dunmore, FNCB Bank constructed a brand-new community office across the street on the site of the Bank’s drive-thru.

The new $2.4 million dollar location features parking, a bright open floor plan with an FNCB Cafe, four large television screens with news and weather feeds, a hi-resolution exterior digital sign that we encourage non-profits to post messages on and cash recyclers to speed customer transactions.

In addition to the construction of the new bank, the former bank building has been transformed into class-A office space for the Bank’s commercial and retail banking teams.

The new Dunmore office lobby is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, the drive-thru is open Monday – Thursday 8 am – 5pm; Friday 8 am – 6pm; and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.