A large crowd was present as bank president Bob Evins and Vice President of Lending Joey Cooper donned their aprons and cooked hot dogs.
Bank employees Kay Curtis, Michelle Taylor, Trisha Bushey and Candice Bruyette served chips, drinks and cookies to the customers who came out to enjoy the day.
The bank also gave away a gas grill, which was won by Chris McNulty of Highland.
In addition, the bank donated to the Thunder on Thunderbird event as the the events fireworks sponsor. Jack Lowe, the events co-ordinator accepted the donation.
Cooper said the bank is proud to be helping sponsor "Thunder on Thunderbird" this year. Customers who open a new account with the bank before July 1 will be registered to ride on the VIP boat in the boat parade at Lake Thunderbird with dignitaries and bank personnel.
The busy day was completed with Cooper presenting a check for the new Ash Flat Library donating 10 monitors and two computers to the new facility.
The computers will be equipped with internet access for patrons to use when the library opens.