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FSB Helps Key Largo Summer Rec End with a Splash

First State Bank of the Florida Keys recently donated water balloons and other splash toys to the Key Largo School Summer Recreation Program to use at their end of camp celebration.

“First State Bank appreciates the opportunity to contribute to the kids’ wet and wild day,” said Nola Acker, First State Bank Treasury Management Representative II. “We compliment the program’s teachers on their dedication to providing such a fun summer activity. While it was tempting to join in the water works, we did manage to escape without getting soaked.” 

The 4-week summer program offered by Key Largo School hosted 200 children from throughout the Upper Keys. Funding for the free program is provided by the Ocean Reef Community Foundation and Keys Children's Foundation.

“Funding for any public school activity can be limited and we appreciate the help of our supporters like First State Bank,” said program director and Key Largo School teacher Ryan Smith. “It’s always amazing to see our community come together for our local kids.”