Unison Bank donates $25,000 to gymnastics club campaign

Jamestown Gymnastics Club added more than 2,800 square feet in a facility renovation project.

Jamestown Gymnastics Club
Unison Bank recently donated $25,000 to the Jamestown Gymnastics Club for its capital campaign. Pictured, from left, are Jamestown Gymanastics Club officials Bre Carlson, assistant director, Danielle Hatch, board president, and Andrea Bitz, executive director, with Kelly Rachel, Unison Bank president and CEO and JGC board member, and Andrew Workman, Unison Bank AVP information systems/information security. Submitted photo

Unison Bank has partnered with Jamestown Gymnastics Club (JGC) to help fund its capital campaign to help pay for its facility’s $700,000 renovation. The expansion added 2,875 square feet of space to the facility, and Unison Bank recently donated $25,000 to the JGC capital campaign.

“We’re honored to play a small part in helping this great organization,” said Kelly Rachel, Unison Bank president and CEO. “JGC has been working with athletes of all ages since 1978 and this building will ensure their success for years to come.”

Unison Bank is proud of its community bank heritage, Rachel said, and finds it important to give back and help develop the communities where it is located.

The renovations will help the JGC continue to accomplish its mission to provide the best gymnastics instruction along with a positive and safe environment to enable gymnasts to achieve their true potential.


Jamestown High School head gymnastics coach Dave Tews said the expansion will allow for safer training of gymnasts as there will be more room to move around.

“Thank you to Unison Bank for this very generous donation to help us kick start our JGC capital campaign,” said Andrea Bitz, JGC executive director. “Our renovated building is complete and we look forward to growing our existing programs and expanding movement opportunities to all ages and all abilities in our community. Stay tuned to the future of JGC.”

For more information about Unison Bank, visit or call (701) 253-5600. Learn more about the facility expansion project at

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