Justin Kobularcik, a student at Bald Eagle Area High School, works the register at Hall’s Market in Snow Shoe. He said he does most of his banking online, so First National Bank’s departure will not affect him as much as his grandparents.
Justin Kobularcik, a student at Bald Eagle Area High School, works the register at Hall’s Market in Snow Shoe. He said he does most of his banking online, so First National Bank’s departure will not affect him as much as his grandparents. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com
Justin Kobularcik, a student at Bald Eagle Area High School, works the register at Hall’s Market in Snow Shoe. He said he does most of his banking online, so First National Bank’s departure will not affect him as much as his grandparents. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com

Small town feels effects of bank’s departure

August 24, 2016 11:21 PM

UPDATED August 25, 2016 11:51 AM

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