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Kearney, MO

A Spring Clean Up Day for bulky item pickup is scheduled for Kearney residents on April 18, 2015.

Kearney is Open What's Happening

Kearney High School Sports and Activity Calendar

City of Kearney Official Website

Liberty, MO

Dine to donate! Join the KCB Bank Relay for Life team for dinner Monday, April 13. Conrad's at 210 North State Route 291 in Liberty will donate 10% of all food sales on the restaurant side to Relay for Life. Enjoy delicious food for a great cause, 5-10 p.m. - no coupon needed.

Wellness Wednesday Free blood pressure screenings provided by Focus Healthcare Solutions. April 15, 10:30am @ 1600 S. Withers Rd

Spring Clean Up Week, April 20-24

Liberty High School Sports and Activity Calendar

Liberty North High School Sports and Activity Calendar

City of Liberty Official Website

KCB team at the Relay for Life Kickball tournament on Saturday April 11th

KCB Bank kickball 2015  


Gladstone, MO

Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, a Man for All Times is on display at the Atkins-Johnson Farm and Museum April 15 through May 9, 2015

North Kansas City High Schools (North Kansas City, Oak Park, Staley, Winnetonka)

City of Gladstone Official Website 

Bonner Springs, KS

Barnyard Babies April 18, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ National Agricultural Hall of Fame

Bonner Springs High School Calendar

City of Bonner Springs Official Website



KCB Bank created the Junior Board Program during the 2007/2008 school year.  The program was developed to assist students to learn about banking and teach them financial responsibilities.  The members meet on a monthly basis with representatives from the KCB Bank management team.  As a part of the program, the Junior Board members are divided into teams and they take part in a competitive bank simulation program.  The bank simulation teams make decisions regarding investments, deposit and loan products, rates and overall banking strategies.  They also learn about bank board responsibilities, get an in-depth look at various departments within the bank, learn the importance of credit scores and managing debit cards.    The KCB Bank goal for the Junior Board Program is to build future leaders in the community and to introduce students to the banking industry.

If interested, a Junior Board Application must be completed.  Additionally you can contact Sandi Rogers at KCB (816-628-6050), or stop by the headquarters building to pick one up.  Membership is limited.  The program runs throughout each school year, beginning in October.

KCB Jr Board 2013



Terry & Julie Chapman, Palmer Electric

We had a really restrictive SBA loan.  KCB Bank restructured the loan for us, and it helped us grow our business.  The entire process was painless, thanks to Marvin Davis, our loan officer.  He explained everything.  So, instead of being stressful, the process was easy.  We have a busy business.  Being able to deposit checks without visiting the bank is a huge time-saver. 


Rhonda and Joe Holland, Integrity Homebuilders, LLC

KCB Bank has always been there for us.  Our loan officer, Dave Hinck, gave us a chance when we were first starting out.  He and KCB have helped our business grow.  Now, KCB Bank is the top lender for our homeowners.


Jeff Heishman, Liberty Cycle

Liberty Cycle has banked with KCB Bank since the late 70s or early 80s.  We’ve stuck with them for so long because we like the hometown feel.  KCB is our community bank.   Our loan officer is always super helpful.  If I ever need anything the bank takes care of it immediately.


J.P. Roberts & Janea Gadelman

Our experience with KCB Bank was great.  Our loan officer, Matt, was always very responsive.  He took the time to go over all of our questions.  Working with KCB Bank was easy.  Matt was proactive and always on top of things.  We never felt like he was hard to reach.  Our house was bank owned, and we had trouble with a different institution and the closing.  But we contacted Matt at KCB Bank and he got everything squared away.


Andy & Amber Simpson

It was nice to work with a local bank. We interacted with the same people all the time. With a national chain, you have to call customer service, and you never know who you're going to get – or if they'll understand your situation.  Being self-employed required some extra steps in the mortgage process.  It would have been really challenging if we hadn't worked with our local bank.  Working with KCB Bank, we had great customer service and fast turnaround.  Matt, our loan officer, was very involved from day one. It was a seamless process.



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