1st Priority Club Newsletter_ 2023_email

Spring/Summer 2023 Edition 1st Priority Club Newsletter


Hello 1 st Priority Club Members! Happy 2023 to all! Looking forward to an exciting year! Deposit rates are finally on an increase, we have more options for new accounts, and new friends to meet at our events with MidWest One . We have more options with more locations and benefits for ease of your banking needs. We are excited to continue our club and activities. We are working on details of how the club will work with other clubs throughout our MidWest One family. One benefit you will see later in this newletter is our ability to offer extended travel. Connie Francis, Club Director out of our Dubuque office, is a travel expert and sets up several extended travel trips a year. We are thrilled to offer her trips to our members! Have a fun idea for the group? Let me know! We are always looking for fun, different events or day trips to offer to our members.

St. Patrick’s Day Themed Bingo April 12 th

The Chicken and The Egg Presentation with Doris Montag April 26 th Pre-Kentucky Derby Event May 17 th Trust Talk Luncheon June 5 th - 9 th Kentucky Trip June 6 th National Pearl Button Museum Tour and Lunch July 13 th Alpaca Farm Tour and Craft July 27 th - 29 th Missouri Medley Trip LOOKING AHEAD Watch for more information on these events and more in our next newsletter August 23 rd Schoolhouse Presentation with Doris Montag October 18 th Fall Foliage Cruise on the Celebration Belle November 9 th Craft in the Walnut Room

Looking forward to an eventful 2023!

See you soon, Laurie "Feldy" Carpenter Club Director

Contact Information: 563-262-4222 lcarpenter@midwestone.com

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Upcoming Events

St. Patrick’s Day Themed Bingo - Thursday, March 16th 2:00pm - 4:00pm • Main Bank’s Walnut Room Members: Free • Non-Members: $5.00 RSVP by March 10 th

Will you have the Luck of the Irish during this year’s St. Patrick’s Day themed Bingo event? Join us for an afternoon of prizes, refreshments, and fun! Sign up soon to reserve your spot!

“The Chicken and The Egg” with Doris Montag - Wednesday, April 12th 2:00pm - 4:00pm • Main Bank’s Walnut Room Members: $5.00 • Non-Members: $10.00 RSVP by April 7 th Doris Montag is a collector, a storyteller and a free-lance curator whose passion is unlocking and sharing the stories in collections from her family or private individuals. She develops and installs exhibits in small museums, libraries, and public spaces. This work has evolved to One Woman Shows narrating the exhibits and entertaining listeners with her homespun humor. Additionally, Doris researches and distills the history of antiques and other random things. These comprise her column, “The History of Ordinary Things”, which is published monthly in Mature Focus, which is available locally, and two additional senior magazines. Join Doris for her signature talk and display, “The Chicken and the Egg”. It is said she makes history FUN.

“The Chicken and the Egg” - Raising Chickens in the 1900’s Doris has curated artifacts for a display and presentation, “The Chicken and the Egg”. She has created One Women Shows with her on-site “pop-up” displays. Join Doris to reminisce on chickens and eggs and the stories associated with them. Learn about chicken sex (got your attention), green eggs, egg scales and egg cartons, chicken catchers and more.

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Pre-Kentucky Derby Event - Wednesday, April 26th 2:00pm - 4:00pm • Main Bank’s Walnut Room Members: $5.00 • Non-Members: $10.00

Did you know that our very own Mike Wilson from the Trust Department is a Kentucky Derby fanatic? Mike will be sharing some fascinating trivia about this historic event and his top picks for this year’s winners! We will enjoy Kentucky Derby inspired snacks, drinks and games! While not required, we encourage everyone to wear their most fabulous hat! Prizes will be awarded.

Trust Talk Luncheon - Wednesday, May 17th 12:00pm - 1:00pm • Main Bank’s Walnut Room Members and Non-Members: Free RSVP by March 12 th

At MidWest One , we utilize our vast resources and community bank roots to deliver comprehensive wealth management services that are specifically tailored to your needs. Join us for a light lunch and learn about all of products and services our team has to offer! We will highlight the new and exisiting services we offer including: Trust & Estate Planning, Financial Planning, Risk Management, *Private Banking and Investment Management. Not FDIC Insured | No Bank Guarantee | May Lose Value | Not a Deposit | Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency

In November of 2022, we welcomed a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MidWest One Bank, Charles (Chip) N. Reeves. Chip succeeds Charlie Funk, who is retiring following a successful 22-year career with the organization. Chip, a seasoned senior banking and financial services leader, brings a demonstrated track record of driving growth for community, regional and national institutions. In addition, he has extensive experience successfully managing fully integrated banking units across multiple lines of business including retail, small business, wealth management, and commercial banking. MidWest One News: New CEO “I am excited to join MidWest One and for the opportunities we have ahead of us – and I’m humbled by the legacy that Charlie Funk leaves,” said Chip. Reeves graduated from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He has served as a Director or Trustee of many community and professional organizations including The United Way, American Heart Association, Positive Coaching Alliance, The Florida Bankers Association and the Chicago Economic Club. Welcome, Chip!

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Upcoming Events

Kentucky Trip - June 5 th -9 th

Join us for a fabulous getaway to Kentucky! Experience the “must-see” attractions, guided tours, delicious food, motorcoach transportation and accommodations! Contact Laurie for the full itnerary! Sightseeing and Attractions: • The incredible Ark Encounter featuring a full-size Noah’s Ark • Old Friends living history museum of horse racing • Tour Berea College founded in 1855 • Visit the Kentucky Bourbon Trail including lunch at Old Talbott Tavern

Trip Includes: • Transportation by deluxe motor coach • Four nights hotel accommodations • Four breakfasts, four lunches and one dinner • All activities and admissions as listed on the itinerary • Baggage handling at hotels (where available) • All tour-related taxes and gratuities • Maker’s Mark Distillery for a tour and tasing • Tour the Lousiville Slugger Museum & Factory • Learn about horse racing at the Kentucky Derby Museum • Watch a race at Churchill Downs’ Millionaires Row • Hardy’s Reindeer Ranch for a tour and lunch


Double (per person)

Triple (per person)

$2099. 00 $1689. 00 A deposit of $100 is required to hold your reservation. Optional Travel Protection can be purchased at time of deposit for $130 per person, double occupancy and $151 for single occupancy. Both the deposit and travel protecton are refundable until final payment due date of February 17th. $1799. 00

National Pearl Button Museum Tour and Lunch - Tuesday, June 6 th 12:00pm - 1:00pm • Main Bank’s Walnut Room Members: $15.00 • Non-Members: $20.00

The National Pearl Button Museum tells the story of how our quiet river town on the Mississippi became known as the Pearl Button Capital of the World in the early 1900s, with everything from Button Queens to union organizers, in a historic downtown storefront. Tour the wonderful museum and enjoy lunch downtown!

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Silver Bell Hollow Tour and Craft - Thursday, July 13 th Two Sessions - 10:00am & 1:00pm • 13111 311th St W, Illinois City, IL Members: $25.00 • Non-Members: $30.00

Join us for a tour and craft at Silver Bell Hollow Alpaca Farm just across the river!

Silver Bell Hollow is a locally owned and operated alpaca farm that offers a variety of fiber products as well as fiber art workshops. We will enjoy a tour of the farm, meet the alpacas and make a fiber art craft!

Missouri Medley Trip - July 27 th -29 th Explore everything Missouri has to offer! Sightseeing and Attractions: • Wine tasting and Dinner at Les Bourgeois Vineyards • Visit Warm Springs Ranch the breeding farm for the Budweiser Clydesdales • Travel back in time in the historic town of Arrow Rock • Tour the Auto World Museum dedicated to the history of vintage and modern automobiles Trip Includes: • Transportation by deluxe motor coach • Two nights hotel accommodations • Two breakfasts, one lunch and one dinner • All activities and admissions as listed on the itinerary • All tour-related taxes and gratuities

Contact Laurie for Itinerary!


Double (per person)

Triple (per person)

Quad (per person)

$1085. 00 $823. 00 A deposit of $100 is required to hold your reservation. Optional Travel Protection can be purchased at time of deposit for $78 for single, $65 for double, $62 for triple and $59 for quad. Both the deposit and travel protecton are refundable until final payment due date of May 19th. $909. 00 $855. 00

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How to enroll in Online Banking

1. Go to MidWestOne.bank click “Enroll” in the Online Banking login area If you do not see the Enroll link make sure that “Personal” is selected as your account type in the drop down menu. 2. Review the Personal Online Banking terms and conditions, acknowledge by checking the box, then click “I Accept” 3. Enter your account details, then click “Submit”, if you don’t have a Social Security Number contact our Service Center for assistance 4. Set up your password

Password must be between 9 and 32 characters long. It must contain at least one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter, and one number. Complex passwords are recommended. The following special characters can be used: ~ ` ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ - + = { } [ ] | \ ? . “ ‘< > , . / and space. 5. View your accounts

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