The Second Annual Meeting of The Legacy Bank Held

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Legacy Bank

    HARRISBURG, Pa., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Legacy Bank
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   LBOH) held its second annual shareholders meeting
 yesterday, April 24, 2001 at 4:00 PM at its corporate headquarters,
 2600 Commerce Drive, Harrisburg, Pa.  "We are proud to provide our
 shareholders with an update of our performance and achievement of our
 strategic plan objectives," said George H. Groves, CEO and Chairman of The
 Legacy Bank.
     They announced shareholders re-elected Dr. Richard Boal, the Orthopedic
 Institute of Pennsylvania; Marsha Davis, Dasher Inc; Kevin Harter, ybn.com;
 Stanley Rapp, Greenlee Associates and Cindy Rowe-Taylor, Cindy Rowe Auto Glass
 for a three-year term to expire 2004 to the board of directors.  Also elected
 for an initial one-year term to the board was Mr. Robert Moisey, 4M
 Broadcasting, Inc.
     Shareholders also ratified Beard Miller & Co. LLP, independent auditors
 for the year ending December 31, 2001.
     The Legacy Bank, with $65 million in assets, is a business bank
 headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Its wholly owned subsidiary, the
 Legacy Trust Company, opened July 2000.  The company offers a full suite of
 commercial banking and asset management products and services, for
 individuals, small- to- medium sized and privately held businesses, as well as
 professionals and professional practices -- all designed to assist the
 individual, business owner and professional in wealth creation and
 preservation.  The Legacy Bank recently announced plans to open an additional
 location in May 2001 at One South Church Street, Hazelton, Pennsylvania.  The
 company offers Pennsylvania's first Pa. Department of Banking-approved deposit
 courier service, specialized government lending programs, and online banking.
 For more information, visit the company's website at www.thelegacybank.com.
 
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    HARRISBURG, Pa., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Legacy Bank
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   LBOH) held its second annual shareholders meeting
 yesterday, April 24, 2001 at 4:00 PM at its corporate headquarters,
 2600 Commerce Drive, Harrisburg, Pa.  "We are proud to provide our
 shareholders with an update of our performance and achievement of our
 strategic plan objectives," said George H. Groves, CEO and Chairman of The
 Legacy Bank.
     They announced shareholders re-elected Dr. Richard Boal, the Orthopedic
 Institute of Pennsylvania; Marsha Davis, Dasher Inc; Kevin Harter, ybn.com;
 Stanley Rapp, Greenlee Associates and Cindy Rowe-Taylor, Cindy Rowe Auto Glass
 for a three-year term to expire 2004 to the board of directors.  Also elected
 for an initial one-year term to the board was Mr. Robert Moisey, 4M
 Broadcasting, Inc.
     Shareholders also ratified Beard Miller & Co. LLP, independent auditors
 for the year ending December 31, 2001.
     The Legacy Bank, with $65 million in assets, is a business bank
 headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Its wholly owned subsidiary, the
 Legacy Trust Company, opened July 2000.  The company offers a full suite of
 commercial banking and asset management products and services, for
 individuals, small- to- medium sized and privately held businesses, as well as
 professionals and professional practices -- all designed to assist the
 individual, business owner and professional in wealth creation and
 preservation.  The Legacy Bank recently announced plans to open an additional
 location in May 2001 at One South Church Street, Hazelton, Pennsylvania.  The
 company offers Pennsylvania's first Pa. Department of Banking-approved deposit
 courier service, specialized government lending programs, and online banking.
 For more information, visit the company's website at www.thelegacybank.com.
 
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