Banks in the News
First Interstate Bank | all branches, recently collected and donated 12,232 clothing items during the bank's annual Coats and More Drive.
First Nebraska Bank | Elkhorn, hosted a blood drive on Dec. 16.
Five Points Bank | Grand Island, donated replica championship trophies to the entire Grand Island Northwest softball team to celebrate their state championship victory.
MNB Bank | McCook, recently donated $1,516 raised during the bank's Nov. 22 bake sale to the local Adopt-a-Chaplain organization, which supports deployed military chaplains and the troops they serve.
United Republic Bank | Elkhorn, held its December "Grow by Giving" activities, including: partnering with local TV station WOWT for Stuff the Bus, ringing bells for the Salvation Army and Stuff the Sleigh for Seniors. Bank employees adopted 26 senior citizens this year through the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging. (pictured)
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Ron Gentrup and Raul Sarmiento
Jerry Schaefer, South Central State Bank | Blue Hill, will be retiring at the end of 2022 after a total of 27 years with the bank. He was president of South Central State Bank from 1991-2002 and from 2007-2022; from 2002-2007 he served as president of First National Bank of Ainsworth, now Homestead Bank. (pictured)
Kay Shannon, Cornerstone Bank | Franklin, recently retired after 17 years with the bank. An open house was held on Dec. 16 to celebrate her retirement. She most recently was the lead personal banker at the Franklin branch. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Jerry Schaefer and Kay Shannon