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Taylors Free Medical Clinic gets boost from Greer State Bank

Published on Monday, March 17, 2014

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Joining in the $5,000 check presentation to the Taylors Free Medical Clinic are, left to right, Christy Blackwell, Greg Sisk, Karen Salerno, Larry Copeland and Russell Ashmore.
 

Joining in the $5,000 check presentation to the Taylors Free Medical Clinic are, left to right, Christy Blackwell, Greg Sisk, Karen Salerno, Larry Copeland and Russell Ashmore.

 

Greer State Bank has donated $5,000 to the Taylors Free Medical Clinic and is partnering at the annual banquet on Tuesday, April 29.

“Our relationship with Greg Sisk and Greer State Bank is an important asset to us. It is nice to work with a bank that is so rooted in the community and passionate about what we do,” stated Karen Salerno, Executive Director, of the clinic.

“When we opened the branch nine years ago, we identified Taylors Free Medical Clinic as a community effort the bank wanted to be involved in,” stated Sisk, senior vice president of the bank’s Taylors office.

“At Greer State Bank, we are community oriented, thus our vision is ‘A Better Life For All’. That is why we support the clinic, which is about making life better for all people in mind, body and spirit. We are proud to be a partner in the effort to expand the current facility in order to better serve the increasing demand for their services,” Sisk said.

Sisk, Taylors Community Executive, served on the original steering committee that started the clinic. He then served on the board of directors for six years.

“Greer State Bank has been an invaluable partner to us as we have journeyed from a vision to where we are today,” stated Salerno.

 

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