The Paducah Bank WOW Wagon visited Marshall County High School on May 1 for the school’s “Field Day” to share ice cream treats with students and teachers. Paducah Bank Teen Ambassadors, representing six area high schools, were joined by Paducah Bank employees who are graduates of MCHS or who have children who currently attend the high school.
“Actions are the evidence of one’s principles and character,” said Paducah Bank President Mardie Herndon. “I am proud of the actions of our Teen Ambassadors. They provide meaningful leadership, engagement and supportive behaviors that reflect the good within our community…our spirit. There is a realization that we are all connected in various ways and I am proud of the commitment that our Teen Ambassadors have made to connect with our neighbors, clients and friends in Marshall County.”
Susan Guess, marketing director at Paducah Bank, said all of the Teen Ambassadors have friends at Marshall County High School and wanted to do something to provide support. “Our Teen Ambassadors were excited to visit with MCHS students,” Guess said. “It was an opportunity to show support and to do something simple that brings a smile to our friends in Marshall County.”