The Times West Virginian

January 12, 2013

Groundhog Day event to have new twist this year

Cyber crimes and identity theft topics

By Jessica Borders
Times West Virginian

FAIRMONT — First Exchange Bank is preparing for its annual Groundhog Day Breakfast, which has “a different twist” this year.

Members of the community will have the chance to hear FBI Supervisory Special Agent Herbert Stapleton with the Internet Crime Complaint Center speak about cyber crimes and identity theft.

This free event is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 1, at the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center in Fairmont’s I-79 Technology Park. This is First Exchange Bank’s 18th year hosting the traditional breakfast, which will start at 8 a.m.

As a community bank, First Exchange Bank wants to provide the general public with more information that relates to them and they can put to practical use, said Bill Goettel, president and CEO of First Exchange Bank.

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