First Clover Leaf Bank Contributes $1,000 Gift to Lewis & Clark Council with Support from CSI

  First Clover Leaf Bank Contributes $1,000 Gift to Lewis & Clark Council with
  Support from CSI

Business Wire

PADUCAH, Ky. -- November 26, 2013

In recognizing the importance of youth development, First Clover Leaf Bank
recently gave a $1,000 charitable gift that it received from Computer
Services, Inc. (CSI) to the Lewis & Clark Council of the Boy Scouts of
America. The Edwardsville, Ill.-based bank selected the Lewis & Clark Council
for its commitment to helping youth build character, learn skills and practice

“First Clover Leaf is a community bank, and we understand the importance of
actively supporting the people we serve,” said Bill Barlow, the bank’s
executive vice president. “We gratefully directed CSI's charitable
contribution to the Lewis & Clark Council of the Boy Scouts of America,
because it serves more than 22,000 youth throughout 15 counties in
Southwestern Illinois with the help of more than 3,000 volunteers. We are
proud to help sponsor an organization that trains and prepares the leaders

First Clover Leaf, a CSI core bank processing customer, received the
charitable contribution through a CSI customer appreciation event. Rather than
give away an individual-focused prize to bankers attending the event, CSI held
a drawing that allowed one customer bank to receive a monetary contribution to
the charity of its choice. This is CSI’s second year to offer a corporate
donation through the event, and participants have found the approach to
customer rewards meaningful in supporting their local communities.

“Like CSI, our customers have a dedicated focus on being responsible corporate
citizens within the communities where they work and live,” said Steve Powless,
CSI’s chief executive officer. “Our customers have overwhelmingly embraced the
idea of receiving a community-focused gift, and their enthusiasm speaks to the
service-minded culture shared by both their organizations and ours. We are
delighted that First Clover Leaf, an active community member, received the
contribution and directed it to such an outstanding organization as the Lewis
& Clark Council.”

Through its efforts, First Clover Leaf strives to be a partner to groups in
its area by supporting those organizations that effect positive change for its
customers, employees and neighbors. The bank sponsors its own Green Team, a
group of employees and their family members who volunteer for worthwhile
projects, fundraisers, charitable causes and community events throughout the
year. A strictly voluntary group, Green Team sponsors an average of 25 events
per year, ranging from food drives for local food pantries to organizing teams
to participate in Relay for Life.

“We stand proudly behind the idea that responsible corporate citizenry has a
long-lasting, positive effect on our neighbors,” said Chad Abernathy, the
bank’s senior vice president. “Being involved makes our community a stronger,
more vibrant place to be and we are grateful for CSI’s contribution to help
support our mission of driving meaningful change in the places we live.”

About First Clover Leaf Bank

First Clover Leaf Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Clover Leaf
Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: FCLF). Headquartered in Edwardsville, Ill., the
bank devotes special attention to personal service and offers a full line of
retail and commercial products.First Clover Leaf Bank is a strong advocate
for community banking. Through a long-term growth and expansion plan, First
Clover Leaf Bank will continue to serve the Madison County market and
surrounding Metro East communities. Further information about the bank is
available at:

About Computer Services, Inc.

Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) delivers core processing, managed services,
mobile and Internet solutions, payments processing, print and electronic
distribution, and regulatory compliance solutions to financial institutions
and corporate customers across the nation. Exceptional service, dynamic
solutions and superior results are the foundation of CSI’s reputation and have
resulted in the company’s inclusion in such top industry-wide rankings as the
FinTech 100, Talkin’ Cloud 100 and MSPmentor Top 501 Global Managed Service
Providers List. CSI’s stock is traded on OTCQX under the symbol CSVI. For more
information about CSI, visit


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