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Come Out and Be Part of Johnstown's 39th Annual Firemans Festival

Saturday, June 07, 2014

Times 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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150 Students Learn About Financial Literacy at Searfoss Elementary School

Saturday, May 31, 2014

When Carrie Almendinger, Senior VP, Controller at Heartland Bank and Johnstown’s Searfoss Elementary School fourth grade teacher Jenny Cartwright got together in the spring of 2013, they laid plans to begin a financial literacy partnership that continues on today.  

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Supporting a Great Cause: GRIN - Gahanna Residents in Need

Saturday, May 03, 2014

Acronyms are everywhere in today’s world and sometimes we don’t even know the letters stand for something else! Did you know that LASER stands for ‘light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation’? Or that SCUBA is short for ‘self-contained underwater breathing apparatus’. NASA is an easy one that describes the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Heartland Bank is proud to support a local community organization that also goes by an acronym – GRIN (Gahanna Residents in Need).  

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Heartland Partners with Girl Scouts of Ohio to Promote Financial Literacy

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Girl Scouts of OhioWhittier Elementary School in Westerville was the home base for a pilot financial literacy program partnership between Heartland Bank and the Girl Scouts of Ohio. Heartland’s Westerville branch AVP, Assistant Manager Lori Rech and VP Commercial Relationship Manager Laurie Pfeiffer took the reins of the five week program this winter and led classes based on the following skills:  

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The 7th Annual Money Matters Free Financial Summit Another Big Success!

Sunday, March 23, 2014

2014 Money Matters Financial SummitOn March 15, Heartland Bank and 104.9 the River partnered to host the 7th annual Heartland Bank Money Matters Free Financial Summit. The Saturday morning event took place at the First Baptist Church of Grove City and attracted almost 200 guests interested in the free financial advice being offered.  

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Licking County Groundhog Day Breakfast

Friday, January 31, 2014

Heartland Bankers enjoyed today's Licking County Groundhog Day Breakfast, held at Adena Hall on the Ohio State University's Newark campus.  The Newark Granville Youth Symphony provided the entertainment for the approximately 700 guests in attendance. 

 

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Church of Christ Food Pantry in Croton Serving the Needs of Many

Monday, January 13, 2014

Church of Christ Food Pantry in CrotonFrom downtown to Dublin and Grove City to Gahanna, local food pantries serve the needs of the less fortunate in our communities all year long. The Church of Christ Food Pantry in Croton, as part of the Food Pantry Network of Licking County, is no different. The holidays have passed, but the need is still great, every day of the year.  

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Monday, December 30, 2013

Reflecting Back on Past Community Support Events From 2013

Monday, December 30, 2013

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 2013. 

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Pay Your Franklin County Taxes at any Heartland Bank Office

Sunday, December 22, 2013

2013 Tax PaymentsAt this busy time of the year, we’re all looking for ways to save a few minutes in an already packed day. And while we’re all preparing for the holidays, we’re faced with the unfortunate reality that property taxes are due in mid-January. The good news is… Heartland Bank is here to help! In partnership with the Franklin County Treasurer’s Office, Heartland will be accepting Property Tax payments at each of our 11 branch offices from December 23, 2013 through January 21, 2014. 

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