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How to Set Attainable Goals for the New Year
Setting goals that you can achieve in 2019
Making resolutions is a tradition for many people who want to start the New Year off fresh and focused. Whether you’re determined to revamp your eating habits, get in shape, start a new business or pursue a new passion, the best way to achieve your resolutions is to break each one down into small steps.

Happy Holidays from ANB
A Year of Giving to a few of our Favorite Things
As we wrap up 2018, we are celebrating another year of giving to many amazing causes we are able to support throughout the community. Thank you to all of our customers for a great 2018! May your 2019 be merry and bright!

We look forward to many more years of being your trusted banking partner.
Christmas in the Village
Christmas in the Village
American National Bank was proud to once again be part of the Empowerment Network’s 8th Annual Christmas in the Village, a community celebration and holiday tradition that took place on December 1st. Employees from our Ames location greeted attendees with holiday cheer, giving away American National Bank antler hats and ice scrapers. 
ANB Gives Back
ANB Gives Back
Recently members of our WIFI (Women in Financial Industry) shared in the mission of the Stephen Center, serving meals to the residents. The Stephen Center assists those living in poverty in south Omaha. We truly enjoy our community partnerships and are proud to give back. A big thanks to the Stephen Center for allowing us to share in their mission.

Holiday Hours
Holiday Hours
Reminder that all American National Bank locations will be closed on Tuesday, January 1st. We will reopen for normal business hours on Wednesday, January 2nd.

Happy Holidays from all of us at American National Bank!
Thank You to those who helped during the Salvation Army Holiday Campaign
Thank You to those who helped during the Salvation Army Holiday Campaign
As the season of giving to the Salvation Army Tree of Lights comes to a close, we thank everyone who volunteered or gave to help make a difference in the lives of others. Money collected during the six-week holiday campaign funds the bulk of the Salvation Army’s programs in the community, including food pantries, housing, toys, utility assistance and other Salvation Army Services. The agency serves roughly 100,000 people in the metro area each year.
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