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Career Fair Day 2019

Priscilla standing in front of a FCB display.

Priscilla from our Pearsall branch, along with Suzanne (Not Pictured) represented First Commercial Bank during the Pearsall Independent School District’s annual Career Fair Day. Attended by students and their parents, the Career Fair Day is an opportunity to gather together, introduce the student body to various career paths and industry options for their future, and have a little fun with some live performances and refreshments provided by the staff of Pearsall ISD. We would like to thank Priscilla and Suzanne for their efforts, and invite any young people interested in banking to stop on by and have a chat.


NB Jaycee's Beer Run 2019

A shade tent with FCB employees under it.

On Saturday March 23rd, 2019, the New Braunfels Jaycees held their fourth annual 0.5K Beer Run! FCB Participants from our Highway 46 location included Kayla Damuth, Lauren Vyvlecka, and Matt Smith who is also the 2019 president of the New Braunfels Jaycees. Doug Miller, who is a FCB board member, also attended the event. Proceeds from the race were split between the New Braunfels Angels, a local non-profit organization dedicated to supporting children in the foster care system, and the New Braunfels Jaycees in their mission to promote involvement within the community and grow future business and civic leaders. First Commercial Bank is proud to be a contributor to both of their causes.

If you are interested in learning more about the Jaycees, please contact Matt at .

Seguin Hispanic Chamber Banquet

Our very own Cecilia Cervantes was awarded the 2019 Community Service Award from the Seguin Hispanic Chamber for her work with the Seguin Youth Services and the West End Neighborhood Project. We are all very proud of Cecilia for her dedication to the Seguin community and will continue to support her in her endeavors.

Angel Tree Project

Three people in front of an auction barn First Commercial Bank is working in our community to spread some Christmas cheer! Customers and staff at our Seguin location participated in the Angle Tee Project with Guadalupe County Child Protective Services. Their goal was to collect donations so that children under the care of Child Protective Services would have presents under the tree this holiday season. Many of these children are living with extended family, foster homes, or emergency shelters. Please contact your Department of Family and Protective Services if you'd like to volunteer or make a donation.  

Samaritan's Purse

five people standing behind a table of presents

Our Pearsall Branch has been collecting donations for Samaritan’s Purse, a charitable organization that provides aid to people all over the world. Pictured are Stacy, Ann Marie, Suzanne, Maria, and Alicia as they pack shoe boxes full of toys, school supplies, and clothing for children in need.  Thank you for all the donations.

Christian Cupboard Food Drive

Three people in front of an auction barn Brannon, Jill, and Nancy are just a few of the many folks at First Commercial Bank that have donated to the Christian Cupboard food drive. FCB will continue to have a collection box in the Seguin branch lobby throughout the holiday season. Needed items are flour, sugar, canned meats, and any other non-perishable foods. Holidays are always a great time for sharing with others so stop by the bank and deposit a food item today! 

Connections Emergency Shelter in New Braunfels

Art Seago Connections Program Director

First Commercial branches in Seguin and New Braunfels hosted a summer drive for the Connections Emergency Shelter in New Braunfels. The shelter serves youth ages 5-17 from across Central Texas. The drive was intended to bring in lots of summer goodies for the kids! Pictured is Art Seago, Connections Program Director, accepting a mound of donations!

Culinaria Festival

Three First Commercial Bank employees posing during the Culinaria event First Commercial Bank staff volunteered at the Culinaria Festival Week which ran from May 17th to the 20th in San Antonio Texas. Pictured are FCB employees Priscilla Montalvo, Kalene Rodriguez, and Alexis Soto. Not pictured are fellow volunteers Tiffany Goff, Lia DeGerolami, Craig Welch, and Kim Beesler. This year's event was held at the La Cantera Resort & Spa. The fundraiser helps to provide students with the means to pursue education and careers in Hotel and Restaurant Management.

Battle of the Builders

Three First Commercial Bank employees standing in front of a wooden children's playhouse. Mortgage Loan Officer Jennifer Schulze, along with some helping hands, at the San Antonio "Battle of the Builders" where UTSA engineering students competed with each other in building three playhouses. Raffle tickets were purchased for each playhouse, with the proceeds going to local charities. First Commercial Bank sponsored the children's games during the event.

NB Jaycees Easter Donations

Four people with Easter baskets and donations Matt Smith and the New Braunfels Jaycess making Easter donations to St. Jude's Ranch for Children. The New Braunfels Jaycees (Junior Chamber) is a young professionals organization who's members are between the ages of 18 and 40. They assist local organizations, volunteer at community events, and offer scholarships to local high school students. If you are interested in more information, please contact Matt at the Highway 46 location.

Seguin Chamber Luncheon

nine members of the First Commercial Bank staff standing behind a table FCB Staff and Directors are very involved in and support the Seguin Chamber of Commerce. Lindsay Wilkinson, our Deposit Operations Officer presented the program "Fraud Trends and Prevention" at the Seguin Chamber Luncheon. Educating our customers and community about fraud threats and tactics, along with methods to minimize your risk, is a priority for First Commercial Bank.          

Seguin Chamber Leadership Class

First Commercial Bank presenting donation Mark Long, Shawn Martinez, & Jennifer Schulze presenting a donation to the Seguin Chamber Leadership Class for improvements to the Juan Seguin Burial Site.