Good Deeds Come Easy

October 4th, 2012

It’s not unusual to see our associates representing Adams Dairy Bank in our community. You may also see the bank supporting many civic or charitable events and organizations in Blue Springs and Eastern Jackson County.

We don’t spend a lot of time planning to be active citizens. Good deeds just come easy.

When our associates join our bank team they come to us already full of good deeds, philanthropic interests and civic participation. We just help nurture the spirit of our associates and follow their lead into the community.

Our customers have also been great enthusiasts of our civic and philanthropic endeavors. A fundraiser, a chamber of commerce meeting or any gathering of good citizens is a great way for us to see and know our customers outside of our banking relationship.

To our associates, customers, board members and shareholders who have stood with us in supporting the community, we say thank you. And we hope you’ll take a moment to reflect on all the good deeds you perform, every day.

Adams Dairy Bank Good Deeds

  • Donated office space at Barett Park for StandUp Blue Springs
  • Annually host a dinner at the Rotary Youth Camp for Boy Scouts of America
  • Helped clean up the Rotary Youth Camp
  • Volunteered at the Blue Springs Rotary Car Raffle
  • Donated a puppy two years in a row for the Blue Springs South Football Auction
  • Sponsored Blue Springs South Football Booster Club for three years
  • Hosted a pizza dinner for the Blue Springs South Basketball Seniors for three years
  • Served pizza for the Blue Springs South Football tailgate event
  • Planted flowers along Adams Dairy Bank Parkway
  • Contributed to the Blue Springs South Senior breakfast
  • Made a contribution to the University of Sioux Falls Foundation
  • Made a contribution at the annual St. Mary’s volunteer luncheonH
  • Hosted a table at the annual dinner for the Genesis School
  • Made a contribution to the Genesis School
  • Volunteered at Harvesters on two occasions
  • Set up the Annual Community Service League Banquet
  • Donated Starlight tickets for the Golden Regiment Marching Band Auction
  • Conduct bank tours for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts
  • Conduct free Hot Dog Saturdays at Adams Dairy Bank
  • Volunteered time painting at William Bryant Elementary
  • Hosted a table at the St. Mary’s Butterfly Ball for four years
  • Volunteered at the Boy Scouts of America Thunderbird District Dinner
  • Made a contribution to the Jake Cavanaugh Foundation
  • Sponsored Bike Night at Side Pockets with a donation to the Patriot Guard Riders
  • Sponsored event at Blue Springs South High School with “American Idol” David Cook
  • David Chinnery was nominated in 2008 as Outstanding Business Person of the Year
  • Sponsored a table at the Blue Springs Chamber Annual Dinner several years and won best centerpiece in 2011
  • Made a donation for St. Mary’s Manor clean up
  • Hosted a Royal’s night out for loan customers
  • Sold newspapers for the Lee’s Summit Rotary
  • Sponsored The Knights of Columbus Poker- Dice Run III to benefit the Special Olympics
  • Volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House on two occasions
  • Made a donation to the Rainbow Center Auction Gala
  • Donated food to the Grain Valley Food Bank
  • Donated bottled water for Valley Fair Days
  • Donated bottled water for the Rotary Peddling Against Polio bike ride