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First Kentucky Bank Supports Felix Martin Jr. Hall Programming

martin-hall-donation-2014Rowe presents First Kentucky Bank’s $2,000 contribution for the upcoming season to Martin Hall director David Probus (right).MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (7/2/14) — First Kentucky Bank recently made a $2,000 contribution to the Felix Martin Jr. Hall creative and performing arts center to assist with the exciting programming coming up in the next year.

"We've always been a proud supporter of the arts in our community and the folks at martin hall continue to do an outstanding job in bringing nationally-recognized artists and productions to muhlenberg county," said Dean Rowe, pennyrile region market executive of First Kentucky Bank.

Among the upcoming shows on tap at Martin Hall thanks to sponsors like First Kentucky Bank is the "Sandi Patty Everlasting Tour" on Sept. 20 featuring the multi grammy award winning gospel music artist.

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