Bluegrass Community Bank will strive to become the preferred financial services provider in our market area by creating strong customer relationships. We will strengthen these relationships through the development and delivery of high quality; customer valued banking services that focuses on our customers as individuals. As an independent community bank our success is driven not only by the economic success of our customers but also by the success of the communities we serve. We will work diligently to earn the confidence and trust of our customers and to be a positive presence in the communities in which we conduct business. We will strive to achieve these goals while at the same time preserving the highest standards of safety and soundness by maintaining responsible business practices.
Bluegrass Community Bank opened for business on March 11, 2009, and was the first bank chartered in the State of Kentucky in almost three years. The Bank is the result of a vision of a group of local business and community leaders who saw the need for a locally based, locally focused, community bank. Armed with their vision of a new bank for this community the group moved forward by successfully completing the chartering process including raising more than $9 million in new capital to open the bank. Our shareholders all have ties to our Central Kentucky market area and they are committed not only to the success of the bank but our community as well. The stockholders commitment to this area is evidenced not only by their investment in the bank but also by the banks investment in our community through new facilities and technology to better serve our customers. Our investors feel strongly about the future of this community and are committed to see that this area develops to its fullest potential. We have an experienced staff that is ready to help find solutions to your financial needs. We invite you to stop by the bank anytime for a visit with our friendly dedicated staff. We are located at 113 Smoky Way, Danville, KY. Bluegrass Community Bank, what a hometown bank should be.
Lowery Anderson - Chairman of the Board
Wyatt L. Godfrey
William D. Ruth III
Joseph L. Sharpe
Kimberly Z. Smith O.D.