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(The interior of the 343 Chestnut St. location.)
(The bank's Volkswagen Beetle in a parade on July 28, 1999. It was called the "Millennial Bug" since it was purchased right before Y2K [year 2000].)
(Customer using bank's drive-thru service, which was part of the building's addition added in 1961 at the 343 Chestnut St. location.)
(Carriage and Clydesdale horses the bank had once used in parades. The horses were from the Young Family Farm. Yvonne (Young) Esworthy was the bank's former CFO. The t-shirts the employees wore for the parades said "Mifflinburg Bank Work Horses".)
(Celebrating the opening of our 250 East Chestnut Street, Mifflinburg location.)
(Celebrating the opening of our Selinsgrove branch.)
Mifflinburg Bank & Trust is proudly celebrating 150 years of serving our customers and local communities. We have built strong ties with our neighbors, school districts, small businesses and nonprofit organizations, and we look forward to continue strengthening these relationships. Our success would not be possible without the support of the communities we have worked with for the past 150 years and look forward to serving for many years to come.
Our anniversary celebration continues with an outdoor concert on September 14, 2022, from 6pm-8pm in our Mifflinburg branch parking lot*. Mingle with our staff, enter to win giveaways, and enjoy a light refreshment while listening to the music of Mark Alexander & Band. Everyone is welcome! Please bring your own chair.
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*Mifflinburg Branch: 250 E. Chestnut St., Mifflinburg, PA 17844
Next to the Scarlet D Hotel, dating back to 1857, Mifflinburg Bank & Trust is the second oldest Mifflinburg business institution serving the citizens of today.
Mifflinburg Bank held its first meeting on May 4, 1872, and conducted its first business on May 25, 1872, at the northwest corner of Third and Chestnut Street (300 Chestnut Street - now the location of the Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association office). The bank's first president was James Chambers, and its first cashier was Robert V. Glover at an annual salary of $800. By the end of 1872, the bank had over $80,000 in assets.
The bank moved to a few different locations throughout Mifflinburg, including 427 Chestnut Street (this building was rented from the First National Bank for $100 per year), 328 Chestnut Street and 325 Chestnut Street (current site of the Mifflinburg Hose Company). By its 25th anniversary in 1897, Mifflinburg Bank had assets worth over $250,000.
In 1925, Mifflinburg Bank built a new bank building at 343 Chestnut Street and moved to its new location on April 25, 1925. On May 25 of the same year, the bank was granted trust powers and changed its name to Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company. In September of 1930, Mifflinburg Farmers Bank merged with Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company, and in February of 1941, Laurelton State Bank also merged with Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company.
In May of 1961, the bank formally celebrated its "modernization program", which included an addition added to the 343 Chestnut Street building, opening the bank's first drive-up ATM machine, adding a book keeping department, employee lounge and kitchen, complete air conditioning system and a parking lot constructed in the rear of the building. By its 100th anniversary in 1972, the bank had over $17 million in assets.
(Construction for the addition being added to the rear of the building at 343 Chestnut St.)
The bank's Lewisburg branch was opened on April 2, 1991, and offered full-service banking, two drive-thru windows and a drive-thru ATM. The Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company banking house and lending center, built at 250 East Chestnut Street (the bank's current main office and operations center), opened for business on April 25, 1996.
The bank's Millheim branch, which was temporarily housed in a trailer at Burkholder's Market, opened in May of 1997. The newly built permanent location for the Millheim branch officially opened in April of 2003. In this same year, Milestone Investment Services was created to partner with Lincoln Investment Planning, Inc., expanding the bank's ability to offer customers additional choices of investment products and services.
(Opening of temporary building for Millheim branch at Burkholder's Market.)
The Shamokin Dam branch was opened in April of 2007 (at its first location at 1969 Susquehanna Trail), and the New Berlin branch opening date was almost exactly a year later. In September of 2009, Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company moved into its remodeled Operation Center, which is attached to its main office building and was formerly the Wilcox Bowling Alley. The bank had purchased and remodeled a new location for its Shamokin Dam branch at 2894 North Susquehanna Trail, which opened on January 4, 2010. A second Lewisburg location was opened in April of 2013 on Market Street.
A seventh branch was opened in Selinsgrove in 2018 to better serve customers in the Snyder County area. Most recently, an eighth branch was built at 415 Mahoning Street in Milton, which opened its doors for business in February of 2021.
(Celebrating the opening of our newest branch in Milton.)
Mifflinburg Bank & Trust currently serves customers from eight locations, owns 15 ATMs located in Union, Snyder, Northumberland and Centre counties and, as a member of the MoneyPass® network, customers have access to over 37,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide.
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