The Manheim Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Bank of Bird-in-Hand Manheim branch on Wednesday, October 19, at 9:00 am. The Manheim Branch is located at 118 Doe Run Road, just north of the downtown Manheim area.
The Bank of Bird-in-Hand, a community-based, full-service bank with assets exceeding $1 billion as of August 31, 2022, has locations in Bird-in-Hand, Intercourse, Paradise and Ephrata, with another new branch opening soon in Schaefferstown, Lebanon County.
“Community pride and strong work ethic are at the heart of what makes the towns of Manheim and Schaefferstown special places to live and work and they align with the values of Bank of Bird-in-Hand,” shares Kevin J. McClarigan, CPA, Chairman of the Board for Bank of Bird-in-Hand. “Entering these two communities now expands the reach of the Bank into Lebanon County and strengthens its presence in Northern Lancaster County. It is a testament to the entire staff, Board of Directors, and shareholders, and their commitment to delivering a quality banking experience focused on building relationships.”
The Manheim branch will be managed by Craig Dietrich. Craig is a seasoned veteran to the retail banking industry in Lancaster County, and lives in Manheim.