Geneva State Bank Grand Re-OpeningDate: Thursday, October 24, 2013
After 2 years of hard work, Geneva State Bank is pleased to announce that the remodel of our Geneva bank building is nearly complete. To celebrate this milestone, we’re inviting the general public to join us on Thursday, October 24th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. for the Grand Reopening of our Geneva branch.
Tom Osborne is the featured speaker for this event. Tom will be speaking about theTeamMates Mentoring Program he and his wife, Nancy Osborne, founded in 1991. After the presentation, Dr. Osborne will be available for a meet-and-greet reception in the bank’s multi-purpose room. Bank associates will be providing tours of our beautifully remodeled bank. The event will also feature a silent auction and a raffle for several autographed Nebraska memorabilia, hosted by TeamMates. All proceeds from the raffle and silent auction will be donated directly to TeamMates, helping support thousands of youth across Nebraska and Iowa.
About TeamMates Mentoring Program
The goal of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. To reach this goal, youth meet one hour per week with a caring adult who serves as a mentor. Mentors are volunteers from the community who have dedicated themselves to making a difference in the life of a young person. Mentors give youth a sense of hope, purpose and vision. The TeamMates Mentoring Program currently provides a mentor for over 5,000 youth across Nebraska and Iowa.
About Geneva State Bank
Geneva State Bank opened for business in 1899. The bank resided in The Fraternity Temple in Geneva until 1904 when the building was destroyed by a fire. In 1906, work on the building where the bank remains today was completed. Several incremental renovations have taken place over the years. In September of 2011, work began on the first-ever complete remodel of Geneva State Bank. The project will reach its completion in October, 2013.
Geneva State Bank has over $275 million in total assets, with banking locations in Fairmont, Geneva, Grafton, Hastings, Kearney, and Shickley. The bank is a member of the FDIC, with each depositor insured to at least $250,000. Geneva State Bank is an equal housing lender.