Coatesville Savings Bank attributes community involvement as one of the keys to its success.
As such, the bank will host a Community Day in celebration of its 100th anniversary on Saturday, May 18 from 10 AM-2 PM at Gateway Park, located at 22 East Lincoln Highway in Coatesville.
All ages are welcome to attend this free event, which features food, games, prizes, and a photo booth.
From 10 AM-12 PM, WIOV 105.1’s Casey Allyn will be giving away signed copies of her cookbook, Cooking with Casey, to the first 200 people.
The story of Coatesville Savings Bank began 100 years ago, in 1919, when 15 men with the pooled resources of approximately $200 met in the back of the Coatesville Trust Company at Third Avenue and Lincoln Highway. They united under the name of the Industrial Building and Loan Association and offered a chance at home ownership to those to whom it would not otherwise be readily available.
As the bank celebrates its centennial, it has evolved from its mortgage roots to become a cutting-edge bank with all the products and services a customer could ask for. The bank’s amenities include the best in modern technology, as it partners with borrowers of all sizes, helping them with acquisitions, expansions, and working capital.
Coatesville Savings Bank also provides financial support and volunteer involvement to a number of community and charitable organizations and events.
Click here to learn more about Coatesville Savings Bank’s Community Day on Saturday.