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Homepage Changes and Online Banking Security

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Heartland Bank is pleased to announce the implementation of a minor change to the look of our website and online banking login process. This change will provide clients with an extra layer of security and added convenience. By clicking the orange Online Account Access button on the home page, you’ll see a newly designed (and more secure) screen to enter your user name and password on the same page. 

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Stay Safe and Secure Online with Trusteer from Heartland Bank

Sunday, January 17, 2016

In recent years, barely a month passed without news of a well-known brand or company suffering a cyber attack. Consumers are finally beginning to have a greater understanding of what these data breaches mean to them and their ever-broadening online identity. And they’re looking for ways to help protect themselves! 

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Looking Back at 2015 - The Year in Review

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Community support is a year-round endeavor for Heartland Bank and as we look forward to the start of a new year, we’d like to reflect on the events that we were blessed to be a part of in 2015. 

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Congratulations to this Month's Employee Spotlight: Joe Duffey

Saturday, December 12, 2015

This month’s Employee Spotlight features Vice President, Director of Credit Administration, Joe Duffey. A native of Buffalo, NY and proud graduate of Cansius College, Joe is a self-professed sports fan who loves the Buckeyes, is an original Columbus Blue Jackets season ticket holder (PSL #46!), cheers on the Columbus Crew SC and after watching a game at The Big House in Ann Arbor, has added ‘Visit all Big Ten football stadiums’ to his bucket list.  

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I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream! Especially Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Johnsons Real Ice CreamThe oldest ice cream shop in Columbus was opened by Robert N. Johnson and his son-in-law James Wilcoxon on September 1, 1950. While they sold their first scoops of ice cream from the middle of a meat market, together they then built a 15’ x 20’ facility at 2728 East Main Street in Bexley and started Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream. Founder Robert Johnson named his ice cream shop Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream because in comparison to other frozen products of the time, Johnson’s quality ingredients, fine flavoring and family recipes were REAL. The ice cream machine he purchased when the shop opened in 1950 is still being used by his great grandson, and current president, Matt Wilcoxon. 

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Raising a Glass to Toast Rockmill Brewery's Success

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Five year old Rockmill Brewery, located on a former horse farm near Lancaster, sits on a gorgeous 20 acre property approximately 30 minutes from downtown Columbus. The farm was built in the 1870s and once was owned by Ohio Governor Thomas Worthington. The barn was recently refurbished and expanded and now serves as the brewery’s tasting room and dining room. The stables house the brewery. The idyllic grounds also include a pond and a small chapel. 

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Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea, winner of 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year Award

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Word started brewing early last week that something exciting was percolating over at Heartland Bank Ambassador Greg Ubert’s Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea. The headline in Columbus Business First read, “America's top coffee roaster is from Columbus”. ThisWeek community newspaper’s headline read ‘Crimson Cup gets Toast from Roast’. Both publications announced that Roast Magazine (the trusted source of information on the art, science and business of coffee) had just named Columbus-based Crimson Cup as the 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year

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Visit the 2015 Farm Science Review

Saturday, September 19, 2015

The latest in agricultural equipment and farming methods will be showcased at the 2015 Farm Science Review, sponsored by the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University, and held on September 22-23-24 at the 2,100 acre Molly Caren Agricultural Center, near London, Ohio. In addition to harvesters and combines, you’ll see tillage equipment, grain bins, feed processing equipment and more. Want to learn about Urban Agriculture? Or how to cover crops to improve nutrient efficiency? Or Integrated Pest Management? If you’re an aspiring craft brewer, you can even learn about Hops Production in Ohio. There’s even harvesting, strip-tilling, global positioning, planting, manure and tillage demonstrations taking place all week. Catch all the excitement and join us at Farm Science Review (FSR)! 

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Congratulations to this Month's Employee Spotlight: Paula Brutchey

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Most every company has one of ‘those’ employees. They’re the first to volunteer for after-work or Saturday events. They’re the ones who call the Marketing Department to say ‘I’ll help set up the banquet room for the Holiday party’ or ‘Count on me to work the fund-raiser for Pelotonia’ or ‘I can help at the Golf Outing – what do you need me to do?’. At Heartland Bank, Paula Brutchey, AVP Operations Manager, is one of ‘those’….. 

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2015 Bluegrass on Main Street in Newark

Sunday, August 23, 2015

The history of bluegrass music is traced back to British and Irish immigrants who arrived in Appalachia in the 18th century and brought with them the musical traditions of their homelands. Some 300 years later, bluegrass music is alive and well and being celebrated locally in Newark at the second annual Bluegrass on Main Street event this Saturday, August 29. 

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