Peoples Bank invests $25,000 in SAU’s College of Business

Peoples Bank of Magnolia, Ark., has made an investment of $25,000 in the College of Business at Southern Arkansas University. The contribution will fund $5,000 for current use of the College, with the remaining $20,000 endowing the Harold Fincher and Gerald F. Scott SIFE/ENACTUS Enrichment Endowment. This endowment will benefit business students who participate in state and national ENACTUS competitions. Pictured are (Left to Right) Back Row: ENACTUS students Ben Bower, Yalile Johnson, Megan Maye, Christian Hunter, Megan Godsel, Chase Hardy, Lacy Guy, and Andrew Sawyer. Second Row:  Peoples Bank Representatives Leslie Sharp, Dina Hayes, Fonda Miller, Sharon Gathright, and Jill McClinton; SAU Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Trey Berry; D.J. Fincher; Jonathan Baird; SAU President Dr. David Rankin; Dean of the SAU College of Business Dr. Lisa Toms; and Dr. James Clark, SAU Associate Professor of Marketing and ENACTUS Advisor.

Peoples Bank of Magnolia, Ark., has made an investment of $25,000 in the College of Business at Southern Arkansas University. The contribution will fund $5,000 for current use of the College, with the remaining $20,000 endowing the Harold Fincher and Gerald F. Scott SIFE/ENACTUS Enrichment Endowment. This endowment will benefit business students who participate in state and national ENACTUS competitions. Pictured are (Left to Right) Back Row: ENACTUS students Ben Bower, Yalile Johnson, Megan Maye, Christian Hunter, Megan Godsel, Chase Hardy, Lacy Guy, and Andrew Sawyer. Second Row: Peoples Bank Representatives Leslie Sharp, Dina Hayes, Fonda Miller, Sharon Gathright, and Jill McClinton; SAU Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Trey Berry; D.J. Fincher; Jonathan Baird; SAU President Dr. David Rankin; Dean of the SAU College of Business Dr. Lisa Toms; and Dr. James Clark, SAU Associate Professor of Marketing and ENACTUS Advisor.

 

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