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Category: ENB News
Users of Ephrata National Bank ATMs will be having a slightly different experience when withdrawing funds from these machines. Instead of the typical method of inserting cards into the ATM card reader along the short edge, users are now being instructed to insert the card along the long edge containing the magnetic stripe.
(April 17, 2019) — Ephrata, PA — ENB Financial Corp (OTCQX: ENBP), parent of Ephrata National Bank, announced that on April 17, 2019, the Board of Directors declared a two-for-one stock split of the company’s issued and outstanding common stock pursuant to which one (1) additional share of common stock will be issued for each share of common stock held by shareholders of record as of the close of business on May 31, 2019.
EPHRATA, PA – The Board of Directors of ENB Financial Corp, the bank holding company of Ephrata National Bank, announces that President, Chairman and CEO, Aaron L. Groff, Jr. plans to retire from the company on December 31, 2019.
Ephrata National Bank announces the promotion of John N. Stauffer as Vice President and Senior Retail Officer. In this role, Stauffer will be responsible for directing all operational, sales, and service aspects of the Retail Division of the bank including, Branch Offices and the Contact Center in accordance with the bank’s strategic objectives.
Aaron L. Groff, Jr., Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer of Ephrata National Bank, was recently recognized for serving more than 50-years in the banking industry at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PA Bankers) Annual Meeting in Marco Island, Florida on May 11.
The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry introduced the #ImpactLancaster Leadership Challenge earlier this year at the Cocalico Ephrata Consortium meeting. The new initiative challenges the Lancaster County community to identify, create, and implement a solution to a broad business or community challenge. At the meeting it was identified that one of the challenges our community faces is that many students graduating from High School are not prepared to enter the workforce.
(Ephrata, PA) What started as a simple gesture by a man who feared being forgotten has become one of the most unique and most talked about scholarship programs in the area. This week, 75 graduating seniors from Ephrata Area School District have newfound understanding, appreciation and gratitude for the mysterious man behind the J. Harry Hibshman Scholarship.