November 2 - 8
Bankers in the News
Julie Benedict, Security First Bank | Rushville, was named as one of BankBeat's 2022 Outstanding Women in Banking honorees. She is the chief human resources officer at the bank. (pictured)
Allen Chaffee, Cornhusker Bank | Omaha, was recently chosen as an alumni ambassador for the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado. He is a vice president and the director of market development at the bank. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Julie Benedict and Allen Chaffee
Banks in the News
Cornerstone Bank, Equitable Bank, Five Points Bank, Heritage Bank and Home Federal Bank | Grand Island, helped sponsor this year's Regional Planning Commission Community Beautification Award.
First National Bank of Omaha | Lincoln, recently volunteered at the Food Bank of Lincoln and filled 1,758 bags of sweet potatoes. (pictured)
First State Bank Nebraska | Hickman, hosted an appreciation dinner and fundraiser on Nov. 3 to thank volunteers who helped battle the recent wildfires in Lancaster County. The bank distributed free-will donation buckets at the event and promised to match up to $25,000 in donations, which will be split equally among the 24 fire departments who responded to the fires.
Northwest Bank | Omaha, recently donated $735 to People for Pets. The funds were raised through donations from employees for the bank's weekly jeans days throughout October. (pictured)
Western Nebraska Bank | North Platte, held a ribbon cutting for the bank's in-school savings bank at Madison Elementary School in North Platte on Nov. 3.
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Alec Zimmerer, Tanner Belt and Sara Luebbert
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