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All-conference volleyball player now student of the month

3/30/2018 by Illinois National Bank

By Dee Anderson
VP, Riverton and Mt. Pulaski Branch Manager
NMLS# 662874

Elle Lanier is not your average high school student. She is an Illinois State Scholar and avid volleyball player who has landed on first all-conference team, SJR all-prairie team, Sangamon county all-tournament team and awarded Wendy’s school student athlete. Elle is also the February student-of-the-month for Riverton High School.

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Honoree Dreams of Becoming a Physician

11/28/2017 by Illinois National Bank

By Marsha Shomidie VP, Pleasant Plains Branch Manager NMLS# 662908

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Local Mt. Pulaski student chooses LLCC for college

5/8/2017 by Illinois National Bank

By Dee Anderson
VP, Riverton and Mt. Pulaski Branch Manager
NMLS# 662874

Makenzie Lock can now add Mt. Pulaski senior of the month to her list of high school accomplishments that include yearly honor roll, Varsity Volleyball Team Player Award, Coaches Appreciation Award, and Tomahawk Conference All-Conference Honorable Mention Award. Makenzie serves on student council, spirit squad, prom committee, Spanish club and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). She has also played volleyball all four years at Mt. Pulaski High.

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Riverton Student of the Month Takes Science Seriously

12/14/2016 by Illinois National Bank

By Dee Jason
VP, Riverton and Mt. Pulaski Branch Manager
NMLS #662874

She’s an Illinois State Scholar, member of National Honor Society (NHS) and has her name on the Riverton High School’s High Honor Roll. Now Mikayle DeRosa can add “November RHS Student of the Month” to her resume.

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Summer Intern Takes Obligation to Serve Seriously

8/24/2016 by Illinois National Bank

Frank Hollahan
INB Summer Intern

In early June, I graduated from Springfield High School, and while many recent high school graduates are getting ready to start their freshman year of college, I’m preparing to ship to the MCRD (Marine Corps Recruit Depot) in San Diego for Marine Corps boot camp, the beginning of a four-year military commitment. Since I can remember, I have felt called to service of my country in the military, something instilled in me by my dad, a Gulf War veteran. My dad taught me that it is the duty of the privileged to give back to those who have not been as blessed through service. In other words, noblesse oblige.

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