Randall Barnhill of Chandler Signs removes a Wachovia banner to reveal the new Wells Fargo signage at the Steve Reynolds store in Duluth on Hampton Green.
One local bank gives thousands of dollars to Wiregrass charities.
Wells Fargo and Company recognized 8 non-profits with grants for their work in the community Saturday.
It's for their new program "Days of Giving."
Each Wells Fargo branch picked a charity and donated $1,000.
The Wiregrass United Way received an additional contribution of $10,000 for their efforts.
"Wells Fargo this year will be approaching $100,000 that we're giving back to this community,” said Jim Freeland, Market President of Wells Fargo in Dothan.
“We're proud they're in Dothan and they're giving a lot of money out to our local organizations today and we're grateful," said Mike Schmitz, Dothan Mayor.
Wachovia financial centers across Alabama became Wells Fargo banking stores in September.
Non-profit groups receiving $1,000 grants are:
Boys and Girls Club of Dothan
Dothan-Houston County Substance Abuse Partnership
Hawk-Houston Boys and Girls Club
Houston-Love Memorial Library
Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center
The Ordinary People’s Society (TOPS)
Wiregrass Humane Society
Wiregrass United Way 2-1-1 Southeast Alabama