New Richmond Knothole concession stand gets a revamp

Melissa Dunlap

Rehabbing the New Richmond Knothole Concession Stand: An Operations Department Community Event Written by: Denise Gilbert, RiverHills Bank Operations Manager Overview: For the past seven years my husband and I have coached a knothole team in our hometown of New Richmond.  The boys are now 11 years old so majority of our team has been together since they began playing …

Volunteering at Matthew 25 Ministries

Melissa Dunlap

On Saturday, May 13, 2017, a team of RiverHills Bank (RHB) employees, family and friends gathered to volunteer at Matthew 25 Ministries. Organized by the RHB Loan Servicing Team, the goal of this community service project was to assist Matthew 25 Ministries in completing a project for elderly and adults in need. The team at Matthew 25 Ministries set up our RHB …

RHB omelet station a hit at New Richmond Easter Breakfast

Melissa Dunlap

On April 8, 2017 crowds gathered for the much anticipated New Richmond Easter Breakfast. The breakfast held in the New Richmond High School cafeteria is a fun community event with crafts and prizes for the kids and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. In addition to the waffles served at the breakfast, guests had the benefit of visiting our RiverHills …

Rain doesn’t stop RiverHills Bank volunteers from cleaning up Pattison Elementary School garden

Melissa Dunlap

A little rain didn’t stop our team of dedicated RiverHills Bank employees from rolling up their sleeves and getting dirty to spruce up our feature garden at Pattison Elementary in Milford, OH this Easter weekend. In April of 2016, RiverHills Bank sponsored a garden plot at Pattison Elementary School and employees have maintained it over the last year. Previously, the center plot …

RiverHills Bank Welcomes David Fallis

Melissa Dunlap

Commercial Lending Team Expands to Bring More Personal Service to Customers Milford, OH – RiverHills Bank is proud to announce the addition of David Fallis to the bank’s Commercial Lending Team. David joins RiverHills Bank with over 25 years of banking experience in the Clermont and Brown County markets. David will primarily be focusing his efforts on commercial clients in …

Historic rehab project with Habitat for Humanity

Melissa Dunlap

On December 10, 2016, members of our RiverHills Bank Mortgage Department participated in a Historic Rehab project with the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati. It was a brutally cold Saturday in Newport, KY, but our team of volunteers jumped right in and got to work rehabbing a historic home for a disabled man in need. According to Jared Bernard, …

2016 Boys & Girls Club Thanksgiving Dinner

Melissa Dunlap

On Friday November 18, 2016, RiverHills Bank (RHB) teamed up with the Robert Williams Boys & Girls Club in New Richmond to host a Community Thanksgiving Dinner for club members and their families. Gail Burnam, RiverHills Bank COO and Executive VP, served as the head chef for coordinating the traditional Thanksgiving feast which included turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, …

RiverHills Bank volunteers spruce up Felicity park

Melissa Dunlap

On Saturday, November 5, 2016, RiverHills Bank employees, family and friends gathered to help clean up the town park behind the Felicity branch. With a peeling picnic table, well-used spring rockers, and overgrown landscaping, the beloved Felicity park needed some major TLC. Using supplies provided by the Village of Felicity, volunteers quickly got to work. The picnic table got a fresh …

RHB Felicity branch receives Business Partner of the Year Award

Melissa Dunlap

On September 20, 2016, educators, community leaders and local businesses came together for the Partnership Celebration hosted by the Clermont Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Our RiverHills Bank Felicity branch was named the Business Partner of the Year from the Felicity-Franklin Local School District. The Partnership Celebration honored local collaborations which help prepare students in Clermont County to be ready for the workforce through …

Meet this future banker: Keith, age 5

Melissa Dunlap

Firefighter, police officer, teacher…these are the typical careers children dream about becoming when they grow up. But not Keith. At 5-years-old, Keith has aspirations of one day becoming a future banker. From a very young age, Keith has been fascinated with the world of community banking. Several of his family members work in local banks, including his grandmother Shelly Green who …