Celebrating 90 years
The bank resides on Main Street in a town of 200, now financing personal computers, Jet-Ski's and log homes. Farmers borrow money for seed, fertilizer, fuel and new combines. After 80 years, some things have not changed. Loans are made for diamond engagement rings and college tuition. Customers carefully unlock their safety deposit boxes to inspect wills and abstracts. Kids hurriedly empty their piggy banks onto the counter. But now, the same bank, which was born in the age of the automobile, steps into the information era with online services to support its loyal customers. Stop by and visit us today.