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A $25.00 deposit per person is required to hold space,

 final payment due 30 days prior to departure.




All tours will require a minimum of 30 paid passengers to guarantee a Beverly departure with no additional pick-up points.



Please contact Gena Eichmiller @ The Citizens Bank Company
(Beverly Office) 740-984-2381

Tuesday, May 26: The Outlaws of Country Music - Honoring The Highwaymen – Villa Milano  – Columbus – Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, members of the popular mid 80’s group, The Highwaymen, are three of country music’s greatest artist of all time. This tribute show will revisit the ever popular songs of the Highwaymen. (Luncheon Show) PRICE PER PERSON: $102.00

PRICE INCLUDES: Transportation, luncheon show, driver’s tip and the services of a group leader.

Wednesday, July 1: Summer Mystery Where, oh where will we venture today, we can’t say, but you can plan to see an interesting display. Enjoy TWO meals, and a unique presentation that will be quite ideal. PRICE PER PERSON: $105.00

PRICE INCLUDES: Transportation, light lunch and dinner, presentation, admissions, driver’s tip and the services of a group leader.

Thursday, September 17: A Neil Diamond Tribute - Ohio Star Theatre – Sugarcreek  Enjoy the afternoon with Keith Allynn and the Double Diamond Show Band as they bring to life the sounds of Neil Diamond. You’ll definitely experience the feel of Neil as the performers unveil the story of Diamond’s life through songs from the 60’s and beyond. A bountiful lunch will be included at the Dutch Valley Restaurant prior to the show. (Concert time 2:00 p.m.)  PRICE PER PERSON: $85.00

PRICE INCLUDES: Transportation, lunch, reserved seats for the concert, driver’s tip and the services of a group leader.

Thursday, November 19: Oglebay - Festival of Lights Dinner Show – Jump on board the coach and enjoy the holidays in grand style as we head toward Oglebay Park in Wheeling. We arrive with time to visit the Hilltop Shops before enjoying time at Oglebay’s Good Zoo. Browse though their lovely gift shop, visit the animals at their indoor zoo, and take your seat for their Laser Light Show.  As night falls we will head to Wilson Lodge and the beautiful Glessner Hall for a wonderful Holiday dinner and show, featuring Ron Retzer. A ride through Oglebay’s Festival of Lights will top off our evening. PRICE PER PERSON: $105.00

PRICE INCLUDES: Transportation, Holiday dinner show, admissions to the listed attractions, driver’s tip and the services of a group leader.

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Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce
The Belpre Chamber of Commerce members go out to local businesses to show their support and celebrate the growth of the area! During this trip we visited Stonerise at Home, Burger King, and CSL Plasma.
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Fort Frye High School Community Day
The Citizens Bank Company showed local kids what opportunities there are if they chose banking as a career path! They got to learn what a marketing representative and a new accounts representative do from day to day.
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Beverly Christmas Parade
The Beverly Christmas parade was a big hit with candy and Citizens Bank giveaways!
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 Belpre Art Event
What a great day to look at some amazing art and win some door prizes! Belpre High School student artwork is now displayed throughout our branch in Belpre, OH.
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Checks from the government

March 18, 2020

by Jennifer Leach

Associate Director, Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC

As the Coronavirus takes a growing toll on people’s pocketbooks, there are reports that the government will soon be sending money by check or direct deposit to each of us. The details are still being worked out, but there are a few really important things to know, no matter what this looks like.

  1. The government will not ask you to pay anything up front to get this money. No fees. No charges. No nothing.
  2. The government will not call to ask for your Social Security number, bank account, or credit card number. Anyone who does is a scammer.
  3. These reports of checks aren’t yet a reality. Anyone who tells you they can get you the money now is a scammer.

Normally we’d wait to know what the payment plan looks like before we put out a message like this. But these aren’t normal times. And we predict that the scammers are gearing up to take advantage of this.

So, remember: no matter what this payment winds up being, only scammers will ask you to pay to get it. If you spot one of these scams, please tell the Federal Trade Commission: We’re doing our best to stop these scammers in their tracks, and your report will help.

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