FSB employees adopted 2 families for the 2014 holiday season. Employees shopped and purchased items for those on their list, donated used items, and purchased food boxes for the families. Pictured below, all prepared for delivery are Cathy Underhill and Nancy Harris, and packing up and ready to go is Susan Beichley.
Oktemberfest - September 2014
The FSB 120th anniversary cake was honored as Best Commercial Float in the Marshalltown Oktemberfest parade! Employees tossed out gold bubble bum "coins," tootsie rolls, and the highlight of the day - real gold dollars!!
The employee group included those pictured above: Tiffany Madison, Nicole Upah, Niki Johnson, Rod Jansen, Mike Holubar, Cathy Underhill, Chelsey Wilson, and Jasmine Cripps.
Chamber Golf Outing - August 2014
Farmers Savings Bank was a t-box sponsor at the Chamber Golf Outing in August.
Golfers Tom Campbell, Rod Jansen, Cindy Slingluff, and Chelsey Wilson made us proud as they finished 1st place in the 2nd flight. Well done!
Golfers were encouraged to “spin the wheel” for cash prizes with t-box hosts Norm Bach, Jasmine Cripps, Tabatha Goodrich, and Nancy Harris. There were no losing places on the wheel, and golfers won gold $1 coins, $2 bills, and there were slots for $5, $10, & $20. Why is that winning like that makes you feel like a million $$?! The weather was beautiful after a rainy start to the day, and it was fun to get out of the office for some networking.
STUFF the BUS - July 2014
Do the math!
United Way + House of Compassion + FSB = STUFF THE BUS
Farmers Savings Bank hosted a collection box for the Stuff the Bus collection that was a joint project of the House of Compassion and the Marshalltown United Way. Employees proudly wore jeans to work on Friday August 1st in exchange for making a donation of supplies or cash and a large number of donations were made by bank customers. FSB employees were proud of helping to “Stuff the Bus” and are represented here by Tabatha Goodrich, Niki Johnson, and Nicole Upah.
American Cancer Society Relay for Life - June 2014
Farmers Savings Bank staff wore jeans to work on Friday June 27th in exchange for donating to the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, held on Saturday June 28th. Employees walked in the event and sold trail mix in exchange for a chance to Spin the FSB Wheel for prizes. Trail mix is also available for sale in the Marshalltown office the week of 6/30 - hurry in before it's gone! The bank will be donating the proceeds to the ACS. Don't hit the trail without FSB!
Conrad Black Dirt Days Parade - June 2014
Glen Mann Joins the FSB Board - April 2014
Farmers Savings Bank President Thomas W. Campbell announced that Glen Mann has joined the Board of Farmers Savings Bank in Marshalltown. “Glen is a lifetime multi-generation farmer and a familiar name in the Ag business community; Farmers Savings Bank has been in business for 120 years and is known as a strong member of the local Ag banking community. As agriculture has changed over the years, so has banking and Glen will be a great partner in helping us move our bank forward as we begin our next 120 years.”
In addition to his responsibilities on the Farmers Savings Bank Board, Glen is an active member of the Marshalltown Bobcat Boosters, and volunteers as a coach for football and baseball youth programs. He has served on the Marshall County Pork Producers Board for 10 years, and served a 2-year term on the Iowa Pork Board. He is a past member of the Marshalltown Little League Board and he and his family spent many hours taking care of the buildings and grounds.
Glen is married to Teri (Zink) Mann, a lifetime resident of Marshall County who is also an active volunteer in the community. They have two sons; Allen, who resides in Marshalltown and works for MHS, and Bennett, who is a student at MCC working toward a degree in agriculture.
Campbell commented, “Through Glen’s community service, his agricultural business experience in the bank’s market area, and his personal values of customer service, he exemplifies the Farmers Savings Bank mission of exceeding client expectations and serving the needs of our communities. We welcome him to our team.”
Marshalltown employees helped 'Can Hunger' with participation in the Marshall Town Center Can Sculpture event. Under the direction of Chief Designer Norm Bach, employees built a Minion made of 70 cans of black beans and 490 cans of pasta. Employees donated money to purchase the cans, and the bank matched employee donations. The event raised a donation of 14,000 cans of food that were donated to the Marshall County Emergency Food Box. Together, we CAN DO!
Chief Designer Norm with his "minions,"
Nicole, Steph, Tabatha & Mike