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Heritage Land Bank welcomes three new interns who are joining us for the summer. Interns will be working at branches alongside lending teams learning about rural financing, appraisals, and credit analysis. We are very thankful for their hard work and our team is energized by their presence.
Here is a brief introduction to each of our interns:
The Heritage Land Bank board of directors has announced that it will return a cash dividend of $4.3 million to member-borrowers in north and east Texas.
Heritage Land Bank is proud to announce that our annual Customer Appreciation Dinners will return in April 2022!
We invite our customers and their families to join us for an evening of fun and fellowship with other Heritage Land Bank shareholders. The evening will feature a delicious dinner, distribution of 2021 cooperative dividend checks, door prizes, giveaways, and much more.
Due to poor road conditions and forecasts for additional snow, ice, and freezing conditions through Friday morning, all Heritage Land Bank branches will be closed Thursday, and Friday, February 3 and 4. Branch staff will be working remotely and are available to assist customers.
Additionally, the Fort Worth and McKinney branches will both close at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, February 2.
Heritage Land Bank has opened applications for the 2022 Scholarship Program.
New for 2022, the scholarship program has been increased from $15,000 to $25,000 in scholarships. The 2022 program will award six scholarships to award winners as follows.
Heritage Land Bank Sponsors the Texas Landowners Summit
Buying and owning land is a dream for many Texans. However, the process of selecting and buying land can be complex. And, once property has been purchased, landowners may want to improve the land, lease it, or pass it on to others.
Heritage Land Bank recently awarded a total of $15,000 to six high school seniors in north and east Texas.
The Heritage Land Bank board of directors has announced that it will return a cash dividend of $3.9 million to member-borrowers in north and east Texas.
Following the recent destructive winter storms that impacted the entire state of Texas, Farm Credit organizations from across the state and nation partnered together to support relief efforts for rural communities and residents across the Lone Star State.