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Staying Protected While Always Connected

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Online SecurityMost of us have developed a very close personal relationship with our mobile devices: we carry them with us throughout the day, check them frequently, and even sleep with them nearby at night. Although mobile devices allow us to instantly connect with friends and family, to access the internet, get directions and make purchases, this increased convenience also comes at an increased risk. Many of these online activities require us to provide personal information, such as name, email address, account number and credit card information. This puts us at risk of having this information compromised by cyber criminals. It’s important to understand how to protect yourself when connecting on the go.  

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Identity Theft and Cyber Security - Stay Safe Online

Sunday, October 09, 2016

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Identity theft is a serious problem affecting millions of people each year. It involves acquiring key pieces of someone’s identifying information, such as name, address, date of birth, social security number and mother’s maiden name, in order to impersonate them. It can start with lost or stolen wallets, stolen mail, a data breach, computer virus, “phishing” scams, or paper documents thrown out by you or a business. Because of the nature of the crime, victims often do not realize their identity has been stolen until they are denied credit, turned down for a job or sent a bill for purchases they did not make. Remember that cyber security is a shared responsibility! 

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Employee Spotlight on Rich Weber

Sunday, October 02, 2016

This month’s Employee Spotlight features Rich Weber, an effective leader and respected colleague that supports employee growth initiatives in his job as AVP, Retail Support Manager. He began his career as an Assistant Manager of the Dublin branch in 2004, and was hired by the bank’s founder, Tiney McComb. Over the last 12 years, Rich has learned the ins and outs of every retail position offered at Heartland and even boasts that he “was a Universal Banker before we had Universal Bankers!”  

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Did you know Agriculture is one of Ohio’s Largest Industries

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Heartland Bank has deep ties to Ohio’s farming community. Visionary bank founder Tiney McComb championed the cause of the agriculture industry and made growth and success a reality for central Ohio’s farmers and producers. When your livelihood depends upon changing weather, changing technology and changing commodity prices, you expect and deserve a stable financial partner. A partner that will to help you grow your income and net worth. A partner that will weather the cyclical nature of the markets. A partner like Heartland Bank.  

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Join us for the Third Annual Newark Bluegrass on Main Street Festival

Monday, September 19, 2016

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 third annual Bluegrass on Main Street event this Saturday, September 24.  

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Celebrating 37 Years! Grove City Arts in the Alley

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Grove City Arts in the AlleyCelebrating 37 years in 2016, Arts in the Alley is held the third weekend of September every year in downtown Grove City. Hosted by the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce (GCCC), more than 100 juried exhibitors display and sell fine art, photography, jewelry, crafts, fabric art, glasswork, pottery and wood creations. A variety of musical entertainment is also featured throughout the weekend – high school marching bands and show choirs, jazz, blues, classic rock, folk, gospel, country and much more.  

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19th Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic

Sunday, September 04, 2016

What started out as an effort to help a few local children’s charities in 1996 has blossomed into a full-fledged annual fundraising event that has been gaining momentum in each of the last 18 years. Since that first golf outing in 1996, when the Bank made a small donation to the Licking County 4H Horse Council to last year when six local charities selected by the Bank collected a total of $30,000, Heartland has made benevolent donations of almost $375,000. Former recipients of funds from the Charity Golf Classic include Big Brother & Sisters of Central Ohio, Ronald McDonald House, March of Dimes, the Buckeye Ranch Foundation and Junior Achievement, among many others.  

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The Importance of Saving for Retirement at a Young Age

Sunday, August 28, 2016

If you're an adult in your 20s, you are entering an exciting stage of life. Whether you've just graduated from college or are starting a new career, you will encounter many opportunities and challenges as you create a life of your own.  

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Celebrating Friendship Village's 11th Anniversary

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Friendship Village of DublinIn 2005, Heartland Bank opened an office at Friendship Village of Dublin, a local retirement community built on quality, stability and attention to detail. Eleven years later, we’re still proud to be a part of the Friendship Village family. In addition to Heartland Banker, Carol Mayo, who oversees the daily operations from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., there is an ATM machine in the lobby of the facility. 

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Join us Friday for the 51st Annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival

Sunday, August 14, 2016

The 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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