Good Neighbors Club
Our more mature customers can enjoy the fun opportunities and benefits by joining the Good Neighbors Club. If you are age 55 or better with a checking or savings account and a $5,000 relationship with Two Rivers Bank & Trust, you can become a good neighbor too!
The Good Neighbors Club was started in 1991 with about 100 members and has grown by leaps and bounds. We now have a membership of over 3,000! Let Club Director Renee Zaiser introduce you to all the fun opportunities GNC membership affords.
If you would like to sign up for the Good Neighbors Club please complete the enrollment form. You will need to print out this form, complete it, and return it to your favorite Two Rivers Bank & Trust location.
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- Must be 55 or better, have an active checking or savings account, and a $5,000 relationship with Two Rivers Bank & Trust
- Unlimited check/debit card transactions
- Free debit card or photo debit card
- Free online banking with bill pay
- Free eStatements
- Free GNC checks (discounted other styles available)
- 10 free photocopies per month
- $5 discount on annual safe deposit box rental
- Bi-monthly newsletter
- Group social and travel opportunities
- Bank seminars
Joining the club is a voluntary choice by the customer. The bank does not automatically enroll account holders in the club.
- Travel Opportunities
We try to have a trip or event once a month for our club members. Every January we have our annual anniversary party. Our day trips could be a casino trip, dinner theaters, touring factories or historic homes or other local points of interest. Mystery trips are also popular with the club members. Can you imagine boarding a bus and not knowing where your travels are going to take you? Cruising has been a very popular venue for the club during the winter months.
The club usually takes one 7-12 day international trip each year and one 7-10 trip within the U.S. Some of the areas we have seen are Switzerland, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii, Panama Canal, Australia and New Zealand, Ireland, Italy, as well as the New England states and Canada. We will also do a short 4-5 day trip once a year to destinations like Branson or New Orleans.
Sneak Preview - 2016
Please make your checks for trips and events to- Good Neighbors Club
JANUARY 27 - CLUB ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON AT THE COMFORT SUITES - 12:00 NOON
FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 6, 2016 - NEW ORLEANS TO MEMPHIS
APRIL 9 - CEDAR RAPIDS FOLLIES - "I'M STILL HERE"
APRIL 23 - MAY 2 SENSATIONAL SOUTHEASTERN COAST - ALL BUS TRIP
MAY 25 - DONNY & MARIE OSMOND IN AURORA, IL
JULY 2-12 - CANADIAN ROCKIES WITH CALGARY STAMPEDE & GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
This compact vacation delivers the pristine wilderness of several national parks and the soaring beauty of the Rockies on both sides of the Canada/U.S. border. From Calgary, travel to Waterton Lakes National Park, a beautiful national park with rugged mountains, beautiful water, and wilderness. Enter Montana through Glacier National Park, where you'll enjoy a thrilling drive on the spectacular Going-to-the-Sun Road aboard the famous red "Jammer" bus. The Going-to-the-Sun Road crosses 6,664-foot-high Logan Pass and offers alpine scenery where jagged mountain peaks, deep green forests, pristine lakes, and meadows dominate the landscape. Re-enter Canada and visit the historic mining town of Fort Steele, the famous health spa at Radium Hot Springs, and Kootenay National Park in British Columbia. On to Alberta for 2-night stays in both Banff and Jasper National Parks. In Banff, enjoy a ride on the Banff gondola up Sulphur Mountain and leisure time to explore on your own. As you head to Jasper National Park, stop for a memorable ride aboard an Ice Explorer at the 1,000-foot-thick Columbia Icefield. In Jasper National Park, take a cruise to Spirit Island. Visit famous Lake Louise, a highlight of your vacation, before returning to Calgary, where you'll attend the Calgary Stampede.
Reservations And Cancellation Policies
To sign up for trip or event, call Renee Zaiser at 319-753-9185 or stop by her desk at the main bank.
Day trips do not require a deposit. All other trips will usually require a deposit to hold your seat. Trip signups are on a first come first served basis until the trip is full. After a trip is filled, we will take names on a wait list. If someone cancels, we will call the wait-listed persons to fill the cancellation. If we can fill your spot, you will receive a refund subject to the terms of the various venders. If there is not a wait list, you are responsible to get someone to take your seat. If you cannot find someone to take your seat, a refund will not be issued.
Day trips are usually refundable up to the final payment date. Refunds after the final payment date will be determined on an individual basis. On extended and international travels, refunds vary and depend on the policies of our travel providers. Cancellation policies are explained in the specific brochures of a trip. Trip cancellation insurance is always highly recommended if not included on a trip.