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Heartland Bank is proud to be the official bank of CD102.5!

Saturday, August 17, 2013

CD 102.5 SummerfestAccording to www.dictionary.com, the definition of a partnership is as follows: the state or condition of being a partner: participation; association; and joint interest. And so it is with Heartland Bank and the alternative station, CD102.5. Both organizations participate in each others’ events, they promote their association with each other by following the Listen Local/Bank Local theme and both organizations have a joint interest in philanthropy and community service. Did you know that over the last 20 years that CD102.5 has donated nearly $1,000,000 to children’s charities in central Ohio through their CD102.5 for the Kids 501(c) (3) organization? Or that Heartland Bank is hosting their 16th annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic this fall and since 1996 has donated $294,000 themselves to many of the same children’s charities? Yep, it’s a good partnership! 

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16th Annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic

Monday, August 12, 2013

The Heartland Bank Charity Golf Outing was first held in 1996, with an event for nine teams  at Echo Springs  in Johnstown.  That year, Heartland proudly made a donation of $5,577.25 to the Licking County 4H Horse Council with the proceeds from that Golf Outing.  Throughout each of the next sixteen years, the Bank has made annual donations from $1,000 to $15,000 to local charities in Columbus and the surrounding communities.    Accepting donations in previous years have been organizations such as Jr. Achievement of Central Ohio, Grove City Kids Association, The Buckeye Ranch Foundation, Volunteers of America Ohio, March of Dimes Ohio, New Albany Community Foundation, Grove City Marching Band, the YMCA People Helping People campaign and Special Olympics Ohio. 

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Heartland Proudly Sponsors the 48th Annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Reynoldsburg Tomato FestivalThe tomato arrived in America in the late 1700’s along with many myths surrounding it. Did you know that early Americans thought tomatoes were poisonous? Fortunately for all of us, more than 250 years later, adventurous gardeners like Thomas Jefferson helped the tomato gain popularity. Though botanically a fruit, the Supreme Court ruled the tomato a vegetable in 1893. The import tax placed on vegetables (but not fruits) protected U.S. tomato growers at that time from foreign markets.  

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Celebrating 155 Years - The Biggest Little Fair in the World

Thursday, August 01, 2013

Heartland Bank is proud to sponsor many events in the communities we serve, from Gahanna’s Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival and Johnstown’s Fireman’s Festival, to Westerville’s Music & Arts Festival, Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival and Grove City’s Arts in the Alley. But the event that’s been around the longest AND is celebrated near the community where Heartland Bank has its roots, is the Biggest Little Fair in the World, the Hartford Fair

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Riding to Make a Difference in the 2013 Pelotonia. One Goal. End Cancer

Monday, July 29, 2013

Peletonia 2013What started out as a simple idea for a wellness opportunity for bank employees has turned into a full fledged Heartland initiative, complete with a team of riders, a multitude of fund raisers and a committed focus on the upcoming Pelotonia ride for cancer research. 

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Heartland Bank Pickins for Pelotonia Yard Sale

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Did you know that there are 6,389 riders currently signed up for the upcoming Pelotonia event this August? And, did you know that Heartland Bank has their own team of riders, seven strong, including President Scott McComb, who is riding 100 miles in the Pelotonia event to honor his late father, Bank founder Tiney McComb. 

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Westerville Music and Arts Festival Celebrates its 40th Anniversary

Monday, July 08, 2013

Westerville Music & Arts FestivalFor the past 39 years, the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Music & Arts Festival has been a summer highlight for area residents. In 1974, the festival began as a small “street fair” with only 50 artists exhibiting their work. Today, the Music & Arts Festival has grown to accommodate more than 130 fine artists and craftspeople from around the country with an estimated attendance of 18,000 over the course of the weekend. Heartland Bank is proud to serve as this year’s presenting sponsor. 

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Celebrating Independence Day - Schedule of Local Events

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Celebrate the 4th of JulyOn July 4, 1776, our founding fathers claimed independence from Great Britain and democracy was born in this great land. Every year about this time, Americans celebrate that freedom and independence with family gatherings, picnics and community events. Here at Heartland Bank, we’ll be right there with you, celebrating every step of the way. We’re proud to be a part of the communities in which we serve and look forward to seeing you this weekend in the city parks, high school stadiums and parade routes all around Columbus! 

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Proudly Supporting the USO of Central and Southern Ohio

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Heartland Bank Supports the USOIt is important to remember those that serve in the military 365 days a year, and not just on holidays. But as we approach the annual Fourth of July celebration, Heartland Bank is proud to recognize the USO in their efforts to provide morale, welfare and recreation-type services to not only our men and women in uniform, but to their families as well. 

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38th Annual Johnstown Firemans Festival Presented by Heartland Bank

Monday, June 17, 2013

Johnstown Firemen's FestivalTimes were tough in the mid 1970s for the Village of Johnstown Fire Department.  Former Fire Chief Johnny Johnson realized that in order to provide much needed EMS service to the community, he would have to learn the art of fund raising.  And quick!  Golf outings and bake sales helped, but not enough.  Thirty eight years later, what started out as a local street fair to earn a few dollars has turned into a full blown old-fashioned festival with true hometown flair. 

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