First National Bank Alaska demonstrated its commitment to the future of Alaska and to the Southeast region at its ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Juneau Regional Branch today. At the ceremony, Regional Vice President Luke Fanning (l) and Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer, presented $15,000 to Chancellor Rick Caulfield and Vice Chancellor Joe Nelson for the university's "Getting Ready for College" program.

First National Bank Alaska demonstrated its commitment to the future of Alaska and to the Southeast region at its ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Juneau Regional Branch today. At the ceremony, Regional Vice President Luke Fanning (l) and Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer, presented $15,000 to Chancellor Rick Caulfield and Vice Chancellor Joe Nelson for the university's "Getting Ready for College" program.

Photos: First National Bank ribbon cutting

First National Bank Alaska leaders cut the ceremonial ribbon today at the bank’s new Juneau Regional Branch to kick off a month-long grand opening celebration. Left to right: Regional Branch Manager Luke Fanning, Juneau Regional Branch Manager Jodi Meyer, First National Executive Vice President Doug Longacre, Personal Banker Jo an White, and Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer perform the honor.

First National Bank Alaska leaders cut the ceremonial ribbon today at the bank's new Juneau Regional Branch to kick off a month-long grand opening celebration. (LtoR)Regional Branch Manager Luke Fanning, Juneau Regional Branch Manager Jodi Meyer, First National Executive Vice President Doug Longacre, Personal Banker Jo an White, and Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer perform the honor.

First National Bank Alaska leaders cut the ceremonial ribbon today at the bank’s new Juneau Regional Branch to kick off a month-long grand opening celebration. (LtoR)Regional Branch Manager Luke Fanning, Juneau Regional Branch Manager Jodi Meyer, First National Executive Vice President Doug Longacre, Personal Banker Jo an White, and Senior Vice President Charlie Weimer perform the honor.

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