Titan Branch - School Banking Program
Did you know that Thayer County Bank has another Branch called the Thayer Central Titan Branch?
Officially opened in April of 2007, Thayer County Bank in conjunction with the UNL Nebraska Council on Economic Development welcomed elementary students to make deposits into their own personal savings accounts. Staffed by 6th grade tellers and two bank personnel, the Titan Branch is up and running every Wednesday morning during the school year.
The TC Titan Branch is designed to:
- Introduce the economic concept of saving early and reinforce that idea through the curriculum.
- Demonstrate to the students that saving should be a part of their personal financial plans in the future.
- Learn how banks operate and teach the students to become savers themselves.
A special congratulations to our new group of 6th grade tellers for the 2018-2019 school year!
"Leading Locally" is an excellent program offered jointly through UNL-Extension in Thayer County and the Thayer County Economic Development Alliance. The program is a great opportunity for developing employees with management techniques, communication and conflict management skills, as well as customer service. These same skills transfer to the community settings where strong leaders are needed.
The program is full of activity filled sessions to build and enhance leadership skills and networking. You will also get the pleasure to visit and learn about many different businesses within Thayer County. Anyone interested in developing themselves either personally or professionally should consider attending this program.
Click here for a brochure to learn more about the upcoming "leading locally" program.
Pictured to the right are some of the most recent "leading locally" participants with Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman.
The Lied Center for Performing Arts at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has received a $4 million gift from the estate of Glenn Korff to help bring in top Broadway shows.
The gift establishes the Glenn Korff Broadway Endowment at the University of Nebraska Foundation to forever enhance the Lied Center’s Broadway programming, visiting artists program, commissioned theater projects and more. In honor of his legacy and support, major Broadway productions at the Lied Center will be part of the newly created Glenn Korff Broadway Series.
The gift comes a year after Korff, a Nebraska native and UNL alumnus, announced an $8 million gift to the university for the Glenn Korff School of Music at the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts. The gift created a permanently endowed fund at the University of Nebraska Foundation to provide annual support for students, faculty and programs. In recognition of the gift, the school was named in his honor. Korff died August 27, 2013.
Glenn Korff also established a $1 million dollar gift for his hometown community in Hebron which endowed with the Hebron Community Fund of the Nebraska Community Foundation.
|ACT (Arts Council of Thayer County) is a volunteer nonprofit group that was formed to operate the Majestic Theatre as a community theatre. The restoration of the cinema was a huge success for this community. Thanks to the amazing outpouring of funds and time, the new cinema is comfortable and clean, the movies are up-to-date, the sound system is fantastic and the visual experience is second-to-none! Click here to go to the Majestic website to learn more and see upcoming showtimes.|
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Surrounding Community Links
Did you know that your dollars spent while "shopping local" have 3 times the impact on your community as dollars spent at national chains? By shopping local we help create jobs and keep jobs, we provide more funds for city services and community improvements through sales tax, and we promote economic development.
Economic Development Resources in Thayer County
Thayer County Economic Development Alliance is our local development organization. TCEDA has identified Leadership Development as a key component of long-term sustainability of our community. Our staff members have regularly participated in and benefited from the annual Leadership Plenty class which TCEDA provides. TCEDA is also active in obtaining housing grants to benefit low to moderate income home ownership. In 2014 TCEDA has organized regular speakers who provide great exposure to information important to businesses.
TCEDA is a county-wide partnership working together to provide a strong economic base a quality of life for all Thayer County residents. Take a look at their website here.