F&M Trust’s contribution supports Easter Seals programs

Bill Snell, F&M Trust President and CEO (far left), and Renee Preso, F&M Trust Assistant Vice President (far right), present a $1000 contribution to Lynne Wenrick, Manager of Rehab Services, and Adrienne Wenrick, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, in support of the Easter Seals Day Camp and Sensory Therapy programs.(Waynesboro, PA)  F&M Trust officials presented a contribution for $1000 to the Easter Seals in support of the Franklin County Day Camp and Sensory Therapy programs.

The Franklin County Day Camp is specifically designed for ages 8 to 25 with disabilities and is set to be both fun and educational for participants. This year’s camps will be held Monday through Thursdays from July 9 to August 2 from 9 am – 3 pm. Day camp gives children and adults the opportunity to step outside their regular lives and discover who they can be. Offering quality care and great adventure into one exciting program, camp activities include arts and crafts, group games, sensory activities, snack time, water play days and special guests. The camp epitomizes Easter Seals’ ideals of equality, dignity and independence.


Easter Seals is in the beginning stages of developing a Sensory Room in Waynesboro. The Sensory Room would serve families of children and young adults diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury and other developmental delays. Utilizing the proper equipment, sensory integration therapy and calming can promote unity between the brain and body, improving learning, coordination, and social interaction.

F&M Trust is an independent community bank headquartered in Chambersburg with over $1 billion in assets. With twenty-five community-banking offices in Franklin, Cumberland, Fulton and Huntington Counties, the bank has offices in Waynesboro, Greencastle, Chambersburg, St. Thomas, Marion, Mont Alto, Shippensburg, Newville, Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Camp Hill, Hustontown, McConnellsburg, Orbisonia, and Warfordsburg.