Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Clinton County Announces the Retirement of Dr. Mark Schroeder. After 10 years with Iowa State Extension and Outreach in Clinton County, Dr. Mark Schroeder retired in January. During his time with the Clinton County Extension Office, he wore many different hats, though mainly served in a role related to Community and Economic Development outreach. Mark was especially valued for the consistency he brought to the position during the staffing transitions over the
Our newest support, a commercial made by WHBF channel 4 that will start running for three months on February 8, 2021. Take a look at what the public will see having Rhonda's House (first and only peer respite home in Iowa) in Dewitt!This is the very first peer-run and peer recovery specialist commercial to hit the television, not just in Iowa but in the US! Many states offer peer support at a bigger percentage than Iowa but have never done this kind of promotion. Watch our
Nomination Information 2021 Thank you for your interest in nominating someone to the Clinton County Walk of Fame! Please read and follow the instructions thoroughly to best prepare your nomination. The Clinton County Walk of Fame is being created by the Clinton Hometown Pride Committee to offer both residents and visitors an interesting and innovative way to showcase and appreciate the many historic individuals who planted their roots in our county. The Walk will also be inspirational, encouraging
First Central State Bank is pledging $50,000 to the DeWitt Referral Center. The donation is directed toward the referral center’s building campaign, an effort that will construct a new facility for the non-profit. The investment continues an ongoing effort by First Central State Bank to support the community and provide necessary assistance to those who need it, Brigham Tubbs, First Central State Bank CEO and president, said. “Helping others is at the core of First Central’s mission,” Tubbs said.
Alan “Al” Tubbs is this year’s recipient of the Bruning Award for his leadership and longstanding dedication to providing financial guidance and support to farmers, agricultural businesses and small communities in rural America. “It’s remarkable to have my past work in the agriculture and financial industries recognized,” said Tubbs. “Agriculture is where I’ve grown up and the largest segment of our rural economies. Our bank has always done all we can to support the viability and profitability of
Ohnward Bancshares, Inc. financial institutions ranked in the American Bankers Association’s top 100 list for farm lenders by dollar volume. The institutions – First Central State Bank, Maquoketa State Bank and Ohnward Bank & Trust – ranked 90th in the country for agriculture lending by dollar volume in the second quarter of 2020. Ohnward’s roots were built through helping the eastern Iowa and western Illinois agricultural community, Ohnward Bancshares, Inc. President Abram Tubbs said. “Helping farmers and
DeWitt Bank & Trust Co. supports the honor roll program at Central DeWitt High School and Middle School and St. Joseph’s School. Supporting the students and their future by donating $1 each quarter for every student who makes the honor roll. The money donated is used to enrich academic programs and schools. This year DeWitt Bank donated $2,404 for the 2019 – 2020 school year. Giving $1,564 to Central DeWitt High School, $716 to Central DeWitt Middle School, and $124 to St. Joseph’s School. DeWitt
First Central State Bank is pledging $250,000 to the DeWitt Community Hospital Foundation. The money will be used to support the capital campaign to construct a WellSpire assisted living community that will replace the aging Westwing Place. This investment by First Central is part of long tradition of supporting community projects and economic development. Brigham Tubbs, First Central State Bank CEO and president, said the new development, called Fieldstone of DeWitt, will enhance the area’s ability
First Central State Bank is donating a total of $5,500 to local school districts this fall to help offset extra costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Those receiving monetary contributions include Central DeWitt, Clinton, Northeast, North Scott and Pleasant Valley school districts, and St. Joseph and Prince of Peace Catholic Schools. “This is an unprecedented year for area school districts,” First Central State Bank CEO and President Brigham Tubbs said, “so this is a way our bank can assist our schools,
An economic summit this month will feature a long-time Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago official. William A. Strauss will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Ohnward Bancshares and Ohnward Financial Advisor Services Economic Summit. The event will be held March 30 at Tycoga Vineyard & Winery in DeWitt. The event will start at 5 p.m. with a social hour and complementary meal. Strauss, a senior economist and economic advisor in the Economic Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will
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