Looney Tunes Savings Club donates to Salvation Army

  • Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012 11:42 p.m.
    UPDATED: Monday, December 24, 2012 7:54 a.m.
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Pictured, from left, are Nicole Valdez, Looney Tunes representative, Graniteville branch; Capt. David Repass of the Salvation Army of Aiken; Bugs Bunny of the Looney Tunes Savings Club; and Barry Adams, executive vice president of Security Federal Bank.
Submitted photo Pictured, from left, are Nicole Valdez, Looney Tunes representative, Graniteville branch; Capt. David Repass of the Salvation Army of Aiken; Bugs Bunny of the Looney Tunes Savings Club; and Barry Adams, executive vice president of Security Federal Bank.

In keeping with tradition, Security Federal Bank’s Looney Tunes Savings Club made a contribution to the Salvation Army. For every deposit made at the in-school Looney Tunes banks during a five-week campaign, Security Federal Bank donates $1 to the Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas Assistance Program. This year, the students were excited about helping others out who are in need this holiday season, and through the savings efforts of the children, Security Federal Bank donated $200 to the Aiken and Columbia Chapters in South Carolina, as well as the Augusta chapter.

The Looney Tunes Savings Club is for children ages 11 or younger. Accounts can be set up at any Security Federal Bank location or at one of the following Elementary Schools: East Aiken, Millbrook, North Augusta, Belvedere, Hammond Hill, Merriwether, J.D. Lever, Oakwood Windsor, Aiken, North Aiken, Greendale, Chukker Creek, Byrd, Warrenville, Jefferson, Gloverville, Clearwater, Redcliffe, Busbee, Pineview, Pine Grove, Lexington, Red Bank, Saluda River, Claude Taylor, Logan or Brennen.

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