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News and Information

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What are EMV Cards?
Community First Bank honored with Sauk County Development Corporation Award.
Community First Bank wins 2014 Large Business of the Year Award.
Shred Your Personal Documents to Protect Your Identity and the Environment

Join us for our annual shred events in April.

Community First Bank Becomes 15% Employee-Owned

Community First Bank Becomes 15% Employee-Owned: A Partial Ownership Transfer via Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)

Looking Online for Your Valentine? Be Careful!

Watch out if a love interest asks you for money online...

Keep Your Business in the Family

Make plans now to ensure a smooth transition later.

5 Tips to Make Growing Your Savings Easier...and more!

Learn quick and easy savings tips in this edition of "On Your Account" newsletter, plus find out how your high school graduate can take advantage of our scholarship in 2015.

Bus for a Buck!

Local school supply drive collection efforts.

Mobile Banking Apps Available!

Download our mobile banking apps on Google Play and the App Store.

Empower Your Business!

SizeUp Provides Free Market Research- What could your small business learn from this online tool?

Gold Given New Meaning

Community First Bank (CFB) was recently honored with the golden “Delicious Apple” placard from the Reedsburg Area Medical Center (RAMC) Foundation.

Local Student Awarded WBA Scholarship

Abby Allen of Reedsburg, WI recently awarded with the Wisconsin Bankers Association Retail Scholarship.

Supporting the Heart of a Community

Significant donation helps to upgrade and maintain village community park.

A Success Story in Community Health

Health and security aren't always top of mind, though we all know how important they are.

Eight Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

"Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase anyone will make," said Jody Breunig, Senior Mortgage Lender, Community First Bank.

Wearing Blue to Raise Green for the food pantry.

Casual for a cause donation goes to Richland Center Food Pantry.

College Commencement and Student Loans

May brings commencement and celebration for many college students. It also brings the prospect of repaying student loans.

Wearing Blue to Raise Green for GRACE

CFB staff donates to the Greater Richland Area Cancer Elimination organization.

Michaels, Arts and Crafts Retailer Confirms Data Breach

If you've used a payment card at Michaels, be proactive in reviewing your account frequently.

What you should know about the Heartbleed Bug

As a precaution it is recommended that you change your internet based account passwords...

Community First Bank Staff Bands Together to Stomp Out Hunger

319 hungry children fed for one year!

Give a Dog a Bone efforts collect $400 for K9 care!

CFB assists Boscobel Police Department with obtaining a K-9

What is the Heartbleed Bug and Can it Affect Me?

CFB recommends that you take precaution and secure your information and passwords on various websites.

Customer Survey

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Mortgage Center

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Trust Solutions

Preparing for your financial future.  Trusts and Investment services.

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