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Pomp and Circumstance: The Celebration of President's Day
A Message from Joey Root, President & CEO
In 1879, an Act of Congress created a federal holiday for all government offices in Washington, DC in honor of George Washington. This was later expanded to include all federal offices.
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February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and every year First Liberty supports Go Red for Women and the National Wear Red Day which was February 3rd.
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Welcome To First Liberty
New Staff Added

We are growing! Please welcome the new additions to the First Liberty Bank family.
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Q & A Cheri Kingsberry

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.
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Using a Certificate of Deposit to Teach Your Children about Finances
How a certificate of deposit can be a learning tool

Many experts believe it is important to start kids on the path to financial savviness as early as possible. One fantastic way to do that is by opening a certificate of deposit account for them.
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Happy Valentine's Day

I know you will be going out for a lovely, romantic dinner this year for Valentine’s Day – or maybe not; either way, you’re probably not cooking so there’s really no need to post a recipe this month. But wait – this one is so easy, anyone can do it! These Candy-Box Caramels can be made quickly in the microwave and are great for gift giving or to keep (and eat) for yourself.


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Consolidating Business Debt
Can debt consolidation benefit your small business?

Savvy small-business owners are always looking for financial solutions to improve their debt situation, lower their expenses and improve their cash flow, and debt consolidation is a move that can …
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Visit Boulder, Colorado
Where to go, eat and stay during your trip to Boulder, Colorado

With a storied Western history, rich cultural scene and gorgeous natural landscape, the city of Boulder is well worth a visit.
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Creative Uses for Your Attic Space
Creative Uses for Your Attic Space

If you have an attic space that is either empty or full of junk, consider these creative uses for your attic space, ranging from a peaceful getaway to an inspiring studio.
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Indoor Games for Active Children
These fun games will keep the kids occupied

Active kids can get restless pretty easily if they’re cooped up inside the house with nothing to do. To ease the stress of keeping them occupied and pleasant, consider the following indoor games for …
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Vehicle Details: Best Vehicles to Buy Off Lease
It’s a great time to save money on a “new to you” vehicle

If you’re looking for a new vehicle but are comfortable buying pre-owned, there are plenty of off-lease vehicles that will be making their way to dealerships nationwide, which means you could be in …
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