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OHNWARD BANCSHARES AND MAQUOKETA STATE BANK AWARDED KEEP IOWA BEAUTIFUL – CORPORATE AWARD

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April 03, 2019
OHNWARD BANCSHARES AND MAQUOKETA STATE BANK AWARDED KEEP IOWA BEAUTIFUL – CORPORATE AWARD

The Keep Iowa Beautiful Board of Directors has announced the 2019 annual award winners for enhancing the beauty, cleanliness and attractiveness of the state of Iowa. The four award categories are community, organization, corporate and individual. “The KIB award program is designed to recognize people and organizations that have gone the extra mile to help build stronger Iowa communities,” said Reo Menning, Chair of the KIB Board of Directors. “A more attractive community improves the economic vitality and cultural climate of where we live and work.” Keep Iowa Beautiful this week presented Ohnward Bancshares, Inc. and Maquoketa State Bank — with the Corporate Award of Excellence at the Iowa Capitol. Ohnward received the award for outstanding corporate citizenship of substantial financial commitments to local projects, and encouraging employees to be involved in leadership roles in local committees making our state the number one place to live and work. Dave Heiar, Senior Advisor & Community Coach with the Jackson County Economic Alliance nomiated Ohnward Bancshares and Maquoketa State Bank for this award.



Pictured, from left, are Kendra Beck, chief operating officer at Ohnward Bancshares, Inc.; Al Tubbs, chairman and CEO of Ohnward Bancshares, Inc.; Kevin Burns, president and CEO of Maquoketa State Bank; and Dave Heiar, Senior Advisor & Community Coach with Jackson County Economic Alliance.



Pictured, from left, are Rep. Norlin Mommsen (R-DeWitt); Sen. Chris Cournoyer (R-LeClaire); Gerry Schnepf, executive director of Keep Iowa Beautiful; Reo Menning, executive vice president of Fuel Iowa; Al Tubbs, chairman and CEO of Ohnward Bancshares, Inc.; Kendra Beck, chief operating officer at Ohnward Bancshares, Inc.; Kevin Burns, president and CEO of Maquoketa State Bank; Chris Kramer, director of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs; Sen. Carrie Koelker (R-Dyersville); and Rep. Mary Wolfe (D-Clinton).