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October 2016

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Fall Wouldn't be Fall Without.....
A Message from Joey Root, President & CEO
It�s amazing that we are already in October and another Thanksgiving and Christmas are upon us. As you know, we celebrated our 10th anniversary on October 2, 2016.  I am proud of all that we have accomplished in 10 short years.
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FLB Annual Neighborhood Walk

FLB employees were busy the week of October 3rd - 6th with our annual neighborhood walk.
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Sooners Helping Sooners

FLB President and CEO Joey Root attended the Barry Switzer Golf Classic this month.
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A Perfect Bowling Score
Why we are so excited about the number 300.

We had an amazing first week of October 2016. We broke $300 million in assets AND it is the week of our 10 year anniversary! First Liberty opened October 2, 2006.
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Q & A with Mikel Dunnagan

At First Liberty, we are always looking for ways to serve our community, including getting to know you better. We want to be the type of bank who knows your name. We also want you to get to know us better. Each month, we will be featuring one of our employees in order for all of us to learn more about each other.
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Best Ways to Budget and Save More
Budgeting can be confusing if you don�t know where to start

Saving money and learning how to appropriately budget for spending are goals for most people. The best way to achieve these goals is to figure out your monthly net income and use that number to start your budget.
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Questions to Ask Your Business Lender
Your lender is a valuable source of information

When you are preparing to talk to your financial institution about funding your future or current small business, you will likely have many questions.
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5 Easy Ways to Relieve Work Stress
Reduce the stress of your workday with these five simple tips

Whether you work in an office, at a restaurant or on a construction site, work is always one of the major causes of stress.
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Composting 101: Your Green Guide to Recycling Your Kitchen Scraps
Go green by starting your own compost pile

Composting is a natural process that happens around the world. As organic matter decomposes, it becomes a soil-like material that is perfect to use in gardening.
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Take a Trip to Jazzy New Orleans
How to live large in the Big Easy

Known for its rich cultural history, delicious French and Creole cuisine and fun-loving attitude, New Orleans is often referred to as the �most unique� city in the United States.
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The Smells of Fall Cooking
Apples, Spicy Chili, Cinnamon

Football has begun, it's finally getting cooler and the leaves are starting to change. Hooray for fall!  This also means changes in the way we cook. Look for fresh fall produce like squash, sweet…
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