Have You Seen Our Commercial?
Click below to watch the commercial produced for The Spiel on Fox 23 and featuring many of our employees.
Check out these upcoming events happening around Murphysboro:
Saturday April 25, May 2, May 9, 2015
The Savvy Caregiver
Program for caregivers of family members with
Alzheimer's and related dementia who live
at home (not in a residential care setting)
Marion Carnegie Library
206 S Market St
Classes offered free of charge
Light breakfast provided
Call Cheryl Dawson @ 847.324.0377 for more information
on class times or to register for a class
Saturday May 2nd, 2015
Arthritis Walk To Find a Cure
Inside University Mall
Friday May 8, 2015
Annual Mother's Day Tea
9 am - 4 pm
First Bank & Trust Main Branch Lobby
Refreshments, Gifts, and Prize Drawings
Click Here for a Flyer
Saturday May 9, 2015
Team FBT - Relay for Life Fundraisers
9 am - 1 pm
First Bank & Trust Parking Lot
Community Yard Sale - Open to the Public - $10 per space
Click Here for flyer and more info
Also: Bake Sale, Flower Sale
All proceeds benefit Relay for Life
For more information on any of these events, visit us at our Main Branch location in Murphysboro.
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ATTENTION INTERNET BANKING CUSTOMERS
All Internet Banking customers should click on the below link for information on the brand-new services we are bringing you in a couple weeks. Included in the letter below is information on how to back up your settings, notifications, bill pay information, and also information on how to log in to the new service after November 4th.
This information only applies to Consumer Internet Banking customers. Business Banking customers should look for an email in the upcoming days with information on the changes to their Internet Banking service.
As always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to call us at 618.687.1711 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Google Chrome and E-Statements
Customers that use Google Chrome browser are reporting issues printing images on their E-Statements accessed through eSafe. The images are printing as black boxes. This is a functionality associated with Google Chrome and we cannot change this feature.
If you use Google Chrome and have experienced this issue, you should save the statement to your computer and then open the statement with a PDF viewer, such as Adobe. The statement should print without error.
First Bank & Trust: Celebrating 125 Years!
Welcome to Our Newly Designed Website
This year, we are pleased to be celebrating our 125th anniversary! As the oldest financial institution in Jackson County, we strive to offer you the best in new banking technology without sacrificing our ability to be the best Community Bank we can be.