It was great to see many of you at our area community festivals this summer and early fall! As the days get cooler, we hope you'll stop at one of our Banks' Golden Hospitality Days! Bring a friend, enjoy good conversation and refreshments.
Morton: 8-10am Fri., Oct. 3, Mon., Nov. 3 at the Original MCB, 671 W. Jackson.
East Peoria: 8-9am Wed., Oct. 8, Nov. 12 at Avanti's.
Minier: 8-9am Thu., Oct. 16, Nov., 20 at our Bank, 119 S. Minier.
Eureka: 8-9am Thu., Oct. 30 at The Gathering Place at Maple Lawn Homes. (No Nov. Coffee - watch for Holiday Open House info.)
Roanoke-Benson: 8am Thu., Oct. 30 at our bank 416 W. Front St., Roanoke. (No Nov. Coffee - watch for Holiday Open House info.)
Toluca: 9-10am Thu., Oct. 30 at our Bank, 201 N. Main St. (No Nov. Coffee - watch for Holiday Open House info.)
Washburn: 9-10am Tue., Oct. 7, Nov. 4 at Washburn Christian Church Social Center.
Manito: 8-9am Thu., Oct. 23 at Manito's Forman Center. (No Nov. Coffee - watch for Holiday Open House info.)
Sunnyland/Washington: 8-9am Thu., Oct. 2, Nov. 6 at our Bank, 1895 Washington Rd.
Macomb: 8:30am-12pm Thu., Oct. 2, Nov. 6 at our Bank, 127 S. Side Sq. Blood Sugar & Blood Pressure screenings plus Oct. 2 Osteo screening, enroll SRC-Retiree Learning Inst.; Safe Driving Class ..need reservations...call Nancy Dobey at 833-4551. Nov. 6 hand wax therapy, pulse oximetry, MDH Flu Clinic - charges apply.
Morton Goldens' Guest Speaker. "Coffee and Conversation with the 709 Superintendent" Dr. Lindsey Hall will be at MCB Goldens on Monday, November 3rd to discuss the district's recent purchase of land, as well as issues related to the district's buildings and facilities. Questions about these topics are welcomed, as well as about any other topics related to the Morton Schools. Your input, feedback and questions are welcomed!
MCB will host Community Shred Day on Saturday, October 4 from 9-11am at Morton Community Bank's Main Bank, 721 W. Jackson St., Morton...at the west end of the parking lot by the Investments sign. This event is your chance to clean out and safely dispose of PAPER documents including personal, legal, medical and bank papers, junk mail, credit cards, folders, magazines. (Paperclips, rubberbands and staples okay.) This public service is FREE and in cooperation with AAA Certified Confidential Security Corporation; however, in return, donations of non-perishable food items for our local Morton food pantries will be accepted and appreciated.
Looking for a short-term savings option? How about our 7 month CD special of .51% APY. (Annual Percentage Yield accurate as of 9/15/2014. Minimum opening deposit $10,000. Limited time offer. Rate subject to change. Subject to penalty for early withdrawal.)
Do you have our Cash Back Visa Card that offers an incredibly low annual percentage rate of 7.25%? (This rate is not just an introductory rate!) To apply, fill out the form at www.hometownbanks.com, print it and drop it off at your nearest Hometown Community Bank location. (Rate is current as of September 15, 2014. Offer of credit is subject to credit approval. Rate is variable and determined by adding a margin to the Prime Rate.)
Consider our online and mobile banking options as we approach the cold, winter months. Also popular, especially with those traveling during the winter months, are our paperless statements...eStatements that offer instant and secure access to your checking and savings account statements online using our secure Online Banking Service. View statements, print, or do both! Statements arrive faster than mailed statements...safer, too! For details on Online and Mobile Banking options or eStatement enrollment, visit www.hometownbanks.com.
The Holidays are just around the corner...hard to believe! The 2014 Rolan Johnson Collectible Ornament should be available at our Bank locations mid-October. If you like giving gift cards, remember we offer MasterCard Gift Cards. (This card is issued by MetaBank pursuant to a license from MasterCard International Incorporated. Certain fees apply. Available to our customers only. See Deposit Services for details.) And, for those of you who like to give cash gifts, try our unique "Hometown Book of Bills" ...pads of crisp, new, one dollar bills are available in $10 (cost $12) and $25 (cost $28). Each book includes valuable bank service coupons, too.
Speaking of holidays, Cliff says it's not too early to mark your calendars now for the 36th Annual Morton Community Christmas Sing on Thur., Dec. 4 from 5:30pm-6:30pm at the Main Bank, 721 W. Jackson Street, Morton. We'll have details on all of our community holiday happenings in the November Goldens' newsletter.