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F&M Trust purchases livestock at 4-H youth sale, donates to food pantries

F&M Trust recently participated in the 4-H youth livestock sale at the Fulton County Fair.

The bank purchased livestock from four Fulton County youths and donated hogs to the Fulton County Food Basket in McConnellsburg and the Center United Methodist Church food pantry in Hustontown.

Livestock were purchased from Carter Elmes, Isaac Kuhn, Molly Mellott, and Graysen Smith.

About F&M Trust: A subsidiary of Franklin Financial Services Corp., F&M Trust is an independent community bank headquartered in Chambersburg. With approximately $1.7 billion in assets, F&M Trust has 22 community-banking locations in Franklin, Cumberland, Fulton, and Huntingdon counties in Pennsylvania, and in Washington County, Maryland. Please visit fmtrust.bank for more information.

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