The Latest Announcements
Annual Program Celebrates Students Academic Success
2022 marked the twelfth year of Community Bank’s annual Earn While You Learn program. The program paid out over $8,900 to 394 student-customers in the Eastern Oregon and Southeast Washington area. This brings the total paid out since the program began in 2011, to $146,028.
$1,000 Traveling HAMilton Contest Returns
Community Bank's annual Traveling HAMilton photo contest returns on September 5th, 2022. Stop by your local branch to pick up a Traveling Hamilton to take on your next adventure.
From The President's Desk - Q3 Update
As I write this, the talking heads on a business news channel are informing viewers that the rate of inflation in the United States jumped up to over 9% during the month of June. This marks the highest pace for inflation going all the way back to November of 1981.
Customer Appreciation BBQ is Back.
Let us serve you lunch and show our appreciation. View the schedule to find one near you!
Community Bank Participates in "Teach Children to Save Day" Campaign
During the month of April, various Community Bank branches partnered with local schools to celebrate Teach Children to Save Day with savings education. More than 150 local students explored the importance of savings, various ways to budget, and other financial topics such as credit scores and lending.
From The President's Desk - Q1 Update
If you are a small business owner, you’ve had quite the wild ride over the last couple years. What began with COVID-specific challenges, cascaded into persistent supply chain struggles, widespread labor disruptions, and inflation – the degree of which hasn’t been seen in nearly 40 years.
QR Code Fraud On The Rise
Have you used a QR code recently? You may have caught onto the tricks that these same criminals use in phone call or text message schemes, but how can you stay alert when using a QR code?
Whenever you're online, you're sharing information, whether you mean to or not.
Protect Your Personal Information and Data
The internet has been called the information superhighway. But with scammers, hackers, and other bad guys trying to steal your personal information online, it’s a good idea to know how to lock down your devices, network, and information.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!