Fowler State Bank is committed to providing you sound tools to meet your financial needs.  We sincerely appreciate your confidence in Fowler State Bank, and would encourage you to contact your favorite representative with any questions about our financial products.

Don’t miss our snack days coming soon to a branch near you!  Come out for “Snacks on Us” on Friday, September 13th at the Kentland Branch, and Friday, September 20th at the Fowler Branch.  Let us show you a small gesture of our gratitude for your business, and for putting your trust in us!

Congratulations to Kassey Budreau, who will be celebrating her 25th Anniversary with Fowler State Bank on September 18th.  Thank you Kassey, for your years of dedicated service to FSB!

Fowler State Bank employees will be volunteering their time again this year at The Country Fair @ Prophetstown.  The event starts Friday, September 13th at 5:00pm, with a Barn Dance beginning at 7:00pm.    Saturday the fun continues starting at 10:00 am until 9:00 pm, and Sunday it is from noon to 5:00 pm. The horse pull, which FSB employees will be assisting with, runs Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

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The Annual Fowler Harvest Festival will be held Saturday, September 28th this year.  Don’t forget to swing by Fowler for a day of fun, and please be sure to check out the Fowler State Bank “booth” located in front of the Bank.

Fowler State Bank President, Steven T. Pettet drove the Fowler State Bank “Corn” Van in the Earl Park Fall Festival Parade.  Lots of candy was tossed out & there were plenty of satisfied kids!

The Corn Van will be making the rounds to all of the local festival parades this fall!  Be on the lookout for us at the Dan Patch Days Parade on Sunday, September 8th at 2:00pm, and at the Patriot Festival Parade on Sunday, September 29th at 2:00pm. 

Have you noticed that your memory just isn’t what it once was?  Are you just a little bit more forgetful than you used to be?  Maybe there is a way to fix that!  Try using these six steps to a stronger memory:

  1. Learn Something – Stimulating the brain helps it develop a resilience that allows us to fight off diseases
  2. Sleep – getting fewer than six hours of sleep a night can raise the risk of stroke
  3. Eat right – More than half your plate should be filled with green, leafy vegetables.  Get plenty of fish, nuts & olive oil, and avoid refined carbs.  A 2009 study showed that this kind of diet may help ward off Alzheimer’s disease.
  4. Challenge yourself – The number one memory complaint people have is that they are bad with names.  Challenge yourself by memorizing three names a day.
  5. Walk with a friend – It will not only give you a mentally stimulating conversation, but cardio workout & stress relieving social interaction as well.
  6. Meditate – Try this quick “calm-me-down”.  Inhale for a count of seven, hold for a count of seven, and then exhale for a count of seven.  Repeat seven times.

We appreciate your business and interest in Fowler State Bank.  If there is anything we can do for you, please Contact Us at one of our four convenient offices to speak with your favorite representative.

Again, we appreciate your patronage!


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