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Community First Banking Company donates $25,000 to OMC’s “Nurturing Hope” Campaign

Community First Banking Company donates $25,000 to OMC’s “Nurturing Hope” Campaign

Community First Banking Company of West Plains has made a generous gift to the Ozarks Medical Center Foundation to support “Nurturing Hope: A Community Cancer Project.” The project includes the expansion of the center’s chemotherapy suite, the construction of a healing garden and the purchase of new equipment. OMC has already invested $755,000 in new technology, which will allow the center to treat lung cancer with the very latest treatment options. The Foundation has now embarked on a community campaign to raise an additional $1.2 million to complete an expansion of the Cancer Treatment Center. “We are very grateful for this generous donation. This project rings close to home for many in our community and Community First’s donation just gets us that much closer to our goal,” said Ward Franz, OMC Foundation Executive Director. Pictured left to right are Gabe Chambers, Controller, Community First; Scott Corman, President and CEO, Community First; Dusty Shaw, OMC Foundation Board President; Dr. David Gourley, Community First Board Member; Shawn Marhefka, OMC Foundation Board Member; Rob Stauffer, Community First Board Member; Newt Brill, Community First Board Member and OMC Foundation Board Secretary; Franz, Michael Hoff, EVP and CLO, Community First; Clyde Stewart, Jr., Community First Board Chairman; and Kelly Slayton, COO Community First. For more information about supporting the project, call the OMC Foundation at 417-853-5200.

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