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Goliad Education Foundation gets donation
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Goliad ISD Superintendent of Schools Christy Paulsgrove, left, and Goliad ISD School Board Trustee  Trey Wimberly of American Bank-Goliad, pose with a donation check of $641 from American Bank.
Goliad ISD Superintendent of Schools Christy Paulsgrove, left, and Goliad ISD School Board Trustee Trey Wimberly of American Bank-Goliad, pose with a donation check of $641 from American Bank.
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GOLIAD – Goliad Education Foundation gets donationAmerican Bank’s employees contributed $641 to the Goliad ISD Education Foundation with the reward of wearing jeans on Friday, Sept. 14.

The American Bank Wears Jeans For a Cause program is designed to raise awareness and money for various non-profit organizations. Each month, American Bank highlights a non-profit organization, and if employees choose to make a donation towards the organization, they may wear jeans on the designated American Bank Wears Jeans For a Cause day.

Those donating wear a special sticker to recognize their participation.

American Bank was founded in 1970 and is the Corpus Christi area’s largest locally-owned and independent financial institution, with assets totaling over $1 billion as of June 30. The bank has 13 branches - six in Corpus Christi; one each in Port Aransas, Rockport, Goliad, and Victoria and three in Austin.
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