Category: General

Financial Education for High School Students

Posted by First BankPosted on Banking 101, General

Whether you plan to go to college, take a gap year, or go straight into the workforce, all high schoolers should know how to handle and manage their money. High school is a great place to start learning how to be financially intelligent. It is important for high schoolers to know the basic information about opening bank accounts, setting goals … Read More

Budget Friendly Summer Fun

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Summer is a time for relaxation, vacation, and recreation! But oftentimes the activities that go along with those things cost money, and costs can add up fast. So instead of spending your money every step of the way this summer, here are some budget friendly activities that you can do with little to no preparation or additional cost! Free outdoor … Read More

Summer Vacation Preparation

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Getting ready for summer means preparing for those long awaited summer vacations! Especially after many of last summer’s trips were put on hold, everyone is looking forward to a summer of travel and time away. As you are starting to prepare for your own vacations, consider a few items on the list below to help make sure your home is … Read More

Preparing Your Home for Spring

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The age old spring cleaning tradition is about to come up for many households as the weather warms. Although many take spring cleaning as a chance to throw out old or unused items from the previous years, there are other tasks that can really help you prepare your home for the spring months to come! Some tasks can help with … Read More

Financial Tips for 2021

Posted by First BankPosted on Banking 101, General, Money & Metrics

The start of the new year is a great time to reassess your financial situation, make a plan for saving in the future, and put that plan into action early in the year! Although the new year’s resolution approach to financial planning can seem like a great accountabilty tool, it is also important to make resolutions that are attainable with … Read More

Year End Financial Planning

Posted by First BankPosted on Banking 101, General, Money & Metrics

Throughout the year is it easy to forget about tracking and managing your finances, many people use the final months of the year to get themselves back on track to start the new year off right. Jumping back into financial planning can be a bit stressful, but here are some of the most important steps to take to end the … Read More

Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

Posted by First BankPosted on General, Money & Metrics

With the winter holidays right around the corner, spending on gifts, decorations, and party planning is about to become more and more routine! During this time it is easy to get carried away and spend over your expected, and intended, budget. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you save some of your holiday money and avoid that … Read More

Harvest Safety

Posted by First BankPosted on Agriculture, General

As the weather gets cooler and the days get shorter, harvest season is in full swing for many farmers across the country. Although harvest can feel like a routine part of the year, it’s always important to keep in mind that it can also be the most dangerous season of the job. Farmers, workers, friends, and family can all benefit … Read More

We Are Now First Bank.

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We have some exciting news to share with our valued customers! For 155 years, we have remained locally owned and community focused; having operated as a National Bank since 1884. Since that time, First National Bank has been regulated as a National Bank Charter and under the supervision of the OCC. After much consideration the decision was approved by the … Read More

Farmers Markets & Supporting our Local Growers

Posted by First National BankPosted on Agriculture, General

Supporting local business is a common initiative in many communities, one of the best ways to do this is to visit a local farmers market. Local businesses, farmers, gardeners, crafters, independent sellers, and artists can all utilize farmers markets to reach new customers. Supporting these local sellers can be a fun activity for community members including families, individuals, and even … Read More

Family Fun In The Sun

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As communities adjust to life with the aftermath of COVID 19, this summer is unlike any summer on record. Although communities are unable to host some of the traditional summer activities with social distancing guidelines still in place, families can still have fun at home. Some activities to consider include yard games, outside crafts, yard or sidewalk decorating, and trying … Read More