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SEMO Alliance for Disability and Independence (SADI), held their 1st Annual Disability Awareness Celebration Open House on October 25th, 2018. During this event, SADI held an awards ceremony to honor contributors that have helped with their success and the programs that enable people to live independently and with dignity.  At this event, Alliance Bank was the recipient of the Barrier Freedom Business of the Year Award in conjunction with National Disability Month. We were honored for this award in light of our long standing and ongoing c... Read More
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Employees of Alliance Bank in Cape sent notes to the 5th graders at Jackson’s South Elementary School. These notes were to give the students encouragement and support while they are in the midst of Map Testing. Map Tests are computer adaptive achievement tests in Mathematics and Reading. Schools use Map Testing to assess a student’s learning level and can determine where each student is performing in relation to local, state and national norms. This is the second year that we have sent notes to the students. We are told that the s... Read More
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Jerry and Jane Cox have been in the farming business over 40 years. Upon the completion of college, Jerry began farming with his father and eventually was able to take over the family farming operation. Their business consists primarily of row crops, covering 2000 acres, located around the rural towns of Delta-Arbor, in Cape County. They raise corn and soybeans that consistently place in the National Corn Growers Association, with some of the top yields of corn in Missouri and nationally. They have raised two sons, Matthew Cox who is following ... Read More
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Spotlight: Dunning Farms

Dunning Farms is a family farming operation located just west of Advance, MO. A few years back, Jared took over the farming operation when his father Jerry decided to retire. Their farming operation consists primarily of 1,550 acres of row crops where they raise corn, wheat and soybeans. The Dunning family has a longstanding relationship with Alliance Bank, one that we greatly cherish and look forward to watching their operation prosper for many years. Jared and his wife Christina enjoy their time on the farm raising their three daughters and o... Read More
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It’s that time again for our annual Customer Appreciation Day!

The free fun will be in our rear parking lot on October 21st. We are blessed to have such loyal customers, and this is one way for us to say thank you!

Join us from 11am to 2pm for hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, cookies drinks and prizes! Also, don’t miss our free onsite shredding provided by VIP Industries. We hope to see you then!

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Mark your calendars: Alliance Bank has two community events that will benefit your health, and your conscience! In the month of October, we’re holding an on-site blood drive, and a flu shot clinic!  The blood drive will be at our Cape Girardeau location (217 N. Kingshighway) on October 6th from 10am-2pm, and we have a goal of 20 units. Help someone in need, and help us reach our goal by registering here before the drive.  The flu shot clinic will be held on October 20. Stop by Alliance Bank in Cape and skip ... Read More
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Photo: Alliance Bank employees (left to right): Julie Schlosser, Heidi Duckworth, Sarah Keys, Peggy Kelley Again this year, Alliance Bank was proud to Pink Up to support Breast Cancer Awareness in October! The Cape Girardeau banking facility at 217 N. Kingshighway was decorated with pink feather flags and pink cancer ribbons. If you saw it at night, it was a beautiful sight! Several bank employees also attended the Annual Pink Up Cape Luncheon hosted by the St. Francis Foundation on October 8. They bid on auction items, listen... Read More
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After spending 13 years with Alliance Bank, Karlis Hennrich is going to step back for a slower pace and enjoy life. Karlis, Assistant Cashier, has experienced a variety of changes while employed at Alliance Bank.  She started in 2002 applying as a Teller.   Being recognized as having other talents, she was quickly invited to assist in the Bookkeeping Department – which is where the rest of her time has been spent.   Experience as a front-line teller was very beneficial in her final post as Assistant Cashier. ... Read More
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The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is the world's largest and most impactful fundraising event to end cancer. It unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and take action to finish the fight once and for all. Last Friday, June 12, with the support of thousands of local volunteers, the American Cancer Society held the Cape Girardeau County Relay for Life event. For the past three years I have volunteered as the Accounting Chair of this worthy event and also as Team Captai... Read More
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As a local community bank, Alliance Bank believes in giving back to those in need. One way is by participating in the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce Adopt-A-School program. As a proud supporter and sponsor of Alma Schrader School, employees collected school supplies on August 1, 2014. Through the numerous donations from the Alliance Bank team in Cape, we were able to provide the school with three large tubs of supplies filled with pen, pencils, glue, notebooks, and backpacks. The supplies will help less fortunate children start school wi... Read More
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