CLEARFIELD – In June, CNB Bank hosted its sixth annual charity golf tournament and raised $23,800 to benefit the local American Cancer Society (ACS) chapter.
The funds raised were used to purchase a vehicle, which was donated and recently delivered to the ACS Road to Recovery program.
The vehicle will provide transportation to and from treatment for people with cancer who do not have a ride or who are unable to drive themselves.
Volunteer drivers donate their time, so that patients can receive the life-saving treatments they need.
For more information on Road to Recovery, contact your local ACS chapter or visit www.cancer.org.
Over the past six years, the CNB charity golf tournament has raised $130,350 for the ACS, which was used to support programs, such as the Wig Program, Hope Lodge and Road to Recovery.
Pictured, from left to right, are CNB Charity Golf Committee members Amy Potter and Carolyn Smeal; CNB President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Bower; ACS East Central Division Senior Manager Jan Ulmer; CNB Charity Golf Committee member Eileen Ryan; and CNB Market Executive Greg Dixon.