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Holiday Design Contest Winner


From the President's Desk 

Welcome to the first ever all-digital President’s Message! While these memos were previously published on the Community Bank website, they were more of a component of the Community Bank newsletter that was printed and distributed quarterly.

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Earn While You Learn

Annual Program Rewards Students Academic Success. 

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Traveling Hamilton Photo Contest Winners

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Buying a Home

Start by defining your goals. Consider where you want to live, the features you're looking for, what you can afford, and a realistic date for having the money you'll need. Then apply your knowledge to making this key decision.

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Get out of Debt

Managing debt is the best way to find financial freedom. This Coach session acts as a virtual Debt Coach, providing useful strategies to manage your personal debt situation and create a plan to pay off your debts using the debt snowball or avalanche methods.

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Health Insurance Options

Health insurance can help you pay for the medical expenses you and your family might encounter. In general, most health insurance plans cover the cost of doctor and hospital visits. Some also include dentist visits, physical therapy, and alternative care.

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Teaching Children About Money

Whether you’re teaching finances to your kids, your grandkids, or those of a loved one, it’s absolutely essential to teach children how to manage the money they have and invest for the future.

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3 Jar Allowance For Kids

The sooner you teach your children the basics about budgeting, the better, and the 3 jar money system is a great way to get started.

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Banzai Junior

Designed for kids aged 8 to 12, Banzai Junior uses the storyline of a summer lemonade stand and the goal of a new bike—or hoverboard for the financially daring—to teach concepts like interest and fees, envelope budgeting, and discretionary income. Plus, Banzai Jr. is available in both English and Spanish!

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