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Wind Surge and Fidelity Bank Partner to Support League 42

Fidelity Bank is partnering with the Wichita Wind Surge on the Home Runs for Charity program which will run throughout the teams inaugural season. As part of the program Fidelity Bank will donate $50 for every home run hit by a Wind Surge player during home games at Riverfront Stadium, and the Wind Surge will be matching those funds dollar-for-dollar. The benefitting organization is League 42, which makes youth baseball accessible to urban children in the community, opening them up to the many benefits of participating in this team sport.

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Fidelity promotes Jesse West to director of commercial banking

Veteran banking professional Jesse West has been promoted to director of commercial banking at Fidelity Bank. West will provide oversight and guidance to the fourth generation, family-owned bank’s commercial banking, commercial lending, treasury services and Business 360 divisions in Wichita, Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

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GARNES HIRED TO LEAD INCLUSION INITIATIVES AT FIDELITY BANK

Fidelity Bank has announced the hiring of LaShonda Garnes, MPA, PMP as the director of inclusion, equity and diversity, a new role that will lead the long-term planning and execution of an enterprise-wide push toward fostering a culture of inclusion. The position falls under the oversight of The Office of Culture and Talent, a multi-faceted division that seeks to align departments that play a key role in shaping the internal work environment in line with the mission, vision and values of the Bank.

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Fidelity Bank's fancy new 'car park' adding ground-floor restaurant, rooftop urban farm

The ground level of Fidelity Bank’s new five-story “car park” on Market between Waterman and English will soon have a new 4,000-square-foot restaurant on its main level. And that’s not even the biggest news to come out of the project this week.

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