4-H donation

Todd Maki, president and CEO of First Bank of Upper Michigan, announced that contributions were made to 4-H organizations in Delta, Marquette and Dickinson counties to provide them with membership assistance for the youth of their counties. First Bank is joined by Riverside Auto Group in sponsoring the contributions. Each of the three counties received at least $2,000. On behalf of First Bank, and along with the Riverside Auto Group, Maki said, “The two companies wanted to do something new to support the 4-H program.” He and Matt Dagenais and Paul Dagenais of the Riverside Group hope that this outreach will make a difference for youth in 4-H within the counties that both organizations have a presence. Presenting the contribution is Jon Pryor, right, First Bank Western Region president, to Jessica Coron, 4-H program coordinator for Dickinson County.

Todd Maki, president and CEO of First Bank of Upper Michigan, announced that contributions were made to 4-H organizations in Delta, Marquette and Dickinson counties to provide them with membership assistance for the youth of their counties. First Bank is joined by Riverside Auto Group in sponsoring the contributions. Each of the three counties received at least $2,000. On behalf of First Bank, and along with the Riverside Auto Group, Maki said, “The two companies wanted to do something new to support the 4-H program.” He and Matt Dagenais and Paul Dagenais of the Riverside Group hope that this outreach will make a difference for youth in 4-H within the counties that both organizations have a presence. Presenting the contribution is Jon Pryor, right, First Bank Western Region president, to Jessica Coron, 4-H program coordinator for Dickinson County.

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