“Wolves among Our Lambs” class available (Hear More)
Friend Bank, a community bank with offices in Slocomb, Dothan and Geneva announces plans to support the efforts of the Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention. This community partner is a trusted resource to help parents navigate the difficult task of raising healthy, happy kids. On March 10 at 5:30 p.m., Pam Miles, executive director of the center will be teaching a class at the Slocomb branch located at 220 East Lawrence Harris Highway. “Wolves Among our Lambs” is a class for parents that will help them recognize the red flags that can signal trouble within a child’s personal relationships, including those on-line. Registration is required and space is limited. The class is free and open to the public. Contact Amy Van Hoose at 886-2367 to register or find out more on the Friend facebook Page. Friend also encourages members of the community to support the work of the Exchange Center as they provide no cost services to families right here in our community by purchasing tickets for The 4th Annual Mardi Gras Ball on March 1st from 7-11 pm at the St. Andrews Market in downtown Dothan. Tickets information and event details are on the Friend bank facebook page.
Friend Bank is a third-generation family business and one of Alabama’s oldest community banks. The bank operates two full-service banking offices, one in Slocomb and one in Dothan and a loan office in Geneva. For more information, please contact Ann Marie Cook. 3105 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama 36303. 334-792-2550. email@example.com, www.friendbank.net