February 15 - 21
Banks in the News
First State Bank & Trust Co. | Fremont, helped sponsor the Aspire for Greatness fundraiser on Feb. 17. Proceeds from the event will benefit youth in Fremont and surrounding communities.
Five Points Bank | Sumner, First State Bank | Gothenburg, First State Bank | Farnam, Flatwater Bank | Gothenburg, Home Federal Bank | Lexington, Homestead Bank | Lexington & Cozad, Security First Bank | Overton & Cozad, Waypoint Bank | Cozad and Pinnacle Bank | Lexington, purchase large wall calendars each year for area businesses. The project began several years ago as a way to remove Farm Credit calendars from the Dawson County Courthouse. The banks note that despite continuing to receive Farm Credit calendars, the businesses display the Dawson County bank calendars. (pictured)
NebraskaLand Bank | North Platte, recently donated to four local nonprofits through the bank's "My Fair Share" program. The organizations that received donations include: the North Platte Trails Network ($3,451.71); Paws-itive Partners ($3,099.58); the Rape and Domestic Abuse Program ($2,948.40); and the North Platte Area Children's Museum ($1,443.86). This year, employees contributed a total of $18,609 across all the bank's branches.
Union Bank & Trust Co. | Lincoln, presented a donation of $2,500 to the Nebraska State Patrol Foundation on Feb. 17 to help support the Service Dog Fund. (pictured)
Wahoo State Bank | Wahoo, hosted an American Red Cross blood drive at the bank on Feb. 15-16.
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Jessie Anderson and Derek Solberg
Sandy Rash, Heartland Bank | Kearney, retired this week after 10 years with the bank. The bank will hold an open house on Feb. 23 to celebrate her retirement. (pictured)
Photo: Sandy Rash
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