Educational Series
 October 22 at 6 p.m. // Stillwater Public Library
Most people don't buy a home every day, or every year for that matter. Buying a home is one of the most monumental projects we'll ever undertake, so as the real estate market shifts and processes evolve, even a seasoned home buyer can feel like a newbie. Join real estate veterans Jonathan Lindstrom and Nicholas Henton, who have over 30 years of combined experience, to jump start your home buying education with terms you need to know, questions you should be asking, and insider tips for how to pick your perfect home.
Light appetizers and refreshments will be provided! RSVPs are appreciated for food count, but not required. 
Community Outreach

First State Bank and Trust encourages a culture of caring and commitment, demonstrated through community outreach and development. It is important to both employees and the Board of Directors that the Bank support nonprofit organizations and community projects, some which are:

Financial Solutions Partnership

First State Bank and Trust partners with FamilyMeans Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) to provide customers with access to financial counseling and education services. The following services are provided free of charge or at a minimal cost to all First State Bank and Trust customers.

  • Budget & Credit Counseling (In-person, telephone, mail or online)
  • Debt Management Plan
  • Credit Report Review Counseling
  • Financial Education
  • Online financial tools and information

Services can be accessed by calling 1-800-780-2890 or 651-789-4014, or visiting the FamilyMeans website at

FamilyMeans CCCS is licensed in Minnesota as a Debt Management Services Provider and in Wisconsin as an Adjustment Service Company. All counselors are certified through the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.


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