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June 2018
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SMILE! (Like your life depends on it)
A Message from Joey Root, President & CEO
One of the most popular players on golf’s PGA Tour is a guy named Matt Kuchar (pronounced coo-cher). The “Kuch”, as friends and fans affectionately know him, is a great player. He won the US Amateur before turning pro and has won 7 times on the PGA Tour including the 2012 Players Championship. He was the leading money winner on the PGA Tour in 2010.
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Welcome to the Neighborhood!
ReMax Preferred

The First Liberty Bank Mortgage Division recently welcomed ReMax Preferred to the Commerce Center.
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Plant Your Money With Us!
CD Specials

We have a few CD Specials going on right now.  You can always check out our Money Market and CD rates on our website.
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Liberty Bash

Thank you for attending our 4th annual Liberty Bash! We had approximately 375 people this year. It gets bigger and better every summer. We hope you had as much fun as we did and look forward to seeing you in 2019!
Q & A Donna Stein

Each month, we will be featuring one of our employees for all of us to learn more about each other. This month we would like you to meet Human Resources Director Donna Stein.
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Apps That Build Your Savings
Start establishing a strong financial future with these money saving apps

Saving money can be a tough task, and to increase your savings effectively you must be focused, determined and willing to make some spending sacrifices. However, saving money in today’s digital age is easier than ever. The growing market of banking and investing applications — both mobile and desktop — allow consumers to pick and choose how they want to save money.
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What to Know About Student Loan Forgiveness
Here is what everyone should know about student loan forgiveness

Student loans can prove to be a heavy burden once a student enters the workforce. Forbes contributor Zack Friedman points out that student debt ranks higher than even credit card debt. Luckily for some former students, forgiveness programs are available to discharge part or all of their schooling debts.
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Protecting Your Business from Malware
Safeguard your company’s data from potential cyber attacks

Malware is a threat to any corporation that stores employee and customer data. Help reduce your business’ risk of confidentiality breaches by …
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Alternatives to Fireworks for Your Independence Day Party
Fun ideas for a firework-free Fourth of July

If you want to avoid the drawbacks of setting off fireworks, you can switch to a firework-free holiday celebration this year. There are plenty of …
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Pool Safety Rules Every Homeowner Should Implement
Safely enjoy your personal pool with these helpful guidelines

Having a pool is a great opportunity to cool off in warmer weather, but it also poses some health and safety risks. To help everyone stay safe, …
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5 Ways to Repurpose Old T-shirts
Give your old T-shirts new life with these projects

If you’re the sort who doesn’t want to simply toss out the shirts you’ve accumulated over time, even if you’re certain you won’t wear them again, …
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Slow Cooker Chocolate Lava Cake
A sweet, indulgent bake that’s a cinch to make

Everyone loves to bite into a warm, gooey dessert after dinner, but making such a dessert can take a lot of extra time and effort, especially if …
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