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Arts in the Alley Celebrates 36 Years in Grove City

Monday, September 14, 2015

Celebrating 36 years in 2015, 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. Click here to see what’s scheduled on the Heartland Bank Entertainment Stage. 

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Brewing up Some Fun at the 2015 Ohio Craft Brew Festival

Sunday, September 06, 2015

Heartland Bank is proud to sponsor the tenth annual Ohio Craft Brew Festival, September 11 and 12 at the North Market in Columbus. The two day festival – one of the largest fundraisers for the North Market Development Authority, the 501©3 organization that runs the daily operations of the North Market – will showcase 17 Ohio breweries this year.  

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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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Join us for the 18th Annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic

Sunday, August 16, 2015

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 17 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 five local charities selected by the Bank collected a total of $25,000, Heartland has made benevolent donations of almost $350,000. 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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Up, Up and Away With Heartland Bank's Hot Air Balloon

Sunday, August 09, 2015

Heartland Bank Hot Air BalloonBack in the late 1960s, Nancy Sinatra, the Fifth Dimension and Dionne Warwick all crooned their own version of the song Up, Up and Away with the following lyrics, “Would you like to ride in my beautiful balloon? Would you like to glide in my beautiful balloon? We could float among the stars together, you and I. For we can fly, we can fly…..”  

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Congratulations Burton Metal Finishing on Grand Re-Opening!

Friday, July 31, 2015

The relationship between Burton Metal Finishing and Heartland Bank was established when the company was founded 28 years ago, long before the fire that ravaged their manufacturing facility on October 4, 2013. In the previous year, the bank worked alongside the Burton family to deepen that relationship and assist with revitalizing their struggling business. The revival began when the family (President Dan Burton, VP Scott Burton and CFO Victoria Burton) wanted to deepen that relationship and assist with revitalizing their struggling business. The revival began, when the family, like so many other small business owners across the country, sought financial help from their local bank. At that time, Heartland suggested that the family work directly with FocusCFO, a local financial consulting and management firm, to help make improvements in areas such as efficiency and leadership. After evaluating the business, FocusCFO made suggestions that would improve cash flow, operations, internal accounting and revenue. With the help of this group, Burton Metal Finishing began a rise toward success. 

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Hit the Links this Summer and take a Swing at Kyber Run

Sunday, July 26, 2015

On July 4, 1973, the Simon family founded NOMIS (Simon spelled backwards) Golf Course - a 9-hole course just outside of Johnstown. In 1994, the sons of Charles Simon followed their dream of enlarging the course and property into an 18-hole development. They enlisted Barry Serafin to help design and develop the course, and Brian Fracker with Heartland Bank to assist with financing. 

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Mission Backpack – Helping Central Ohio Children Prepare for the School Year

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Between backpacks and binders, calculators and crayons, and even scissors and pencil sharpeners, most school supply lists seem endless and those lists like it or not, signify that the school year is upon us. No matter how often you tell yourself that school can’t really be starting so soon, the reality is that many local schools are starting this year on August 12. Are you ready? 

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Crew SC’s Hometown Player, Matt Lampson, Making a Difference in the Lives of Cancer Patients

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Many professional athletes, like Crew SC Homegrown Player Matt Lampson, lend their names to charity foundations and events. His LampStrong Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit was founded in 2014 with the defined mission “to provide difference-making financial, emotional and motivational support to cancer patients and families in all stages of cancer treatment and recovery and to fund proven cancer researchers.” Matt has a very good reason to want to support cancer patients. In 2007, he was one……  

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