CFB Remains Committed to Supporting Noblesville Elks Lodge

The Noblesville Elks Lodge was unable to hold the 35th Steve Renner Golf Outing for Cancer Research on Saturday due to the given current public safety guidelines and health concerns of members and participants during the coronavirus pandemic. However, Community First Bank of Indiana still remained committed to the Lodge by presenting a $2,500 check in support of the Elks and its dedication to the Noblesville community for cancer research on Thursday.

The Elks’ State Major Project fights the various dreaded cancer diseases. Indiana has two major cancer research facilities, one located at Purdue University’s Center for Cancer Research and the other at IU’s Simon Cancer Center. The Noblesville Elks is always at the top of Indiana Elkdom’s fundraising efforts.

Community First Bank of Indiana officially opened a new full-service branch in Noblesville earlier in February at 17661 Village Center Drive, and has two branches in Westfield as well. Pictured in the check presentation (left to right) is Elks PER and Golf Committee Co-Chair Randy King, CFB Board of Directors Pete Smith and Monica Peck, CFB Mortgage Loan Officer Janelle Campbell, CFB Senior VP Commercial Loan Group Manager Scott Hammersley, Elks Exalted Rule Cliff Decker, CFB Noblesville Branch Manager Josh Faudree, and Elks State Director and Lodge Secretary Geoff Robinson.

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