The Batesville Herald-Tribune
---- — Menu, decorations delight residents
The residents of St. Andrews Health Campus were treated to an evening full of mystery March 22.
A Mystery Dinner was planned for the residents and featured a menu that contained cuisine similar to what one might expect to find at an old London pub, said Kristin Rowland, resident programming director.
The menu included an appetizer of assorted cheese and crackers, an entrée choice of beef Wellington with burgundy sauce or baked whitefish almandine, English roasted potatoes, Brussels sprouts gratin and crumpets. The meal was completed with bread pudding and English custard sauce for dessert.
“This event was very enjoyable for all our residents, and the staff all pitched in to make it a great success,” commented Rowland. “Everyone truly appreciated the delicious menu and the Sherlock Holmes-like decorations, and our staff had a wonderful time making the evening memorable for our residents.”
Residents also attended a USO-themed dinner in May.
Bank adds to its staff
The Friendship State Bank recently welcomed their newest employees Roxanna Collins, Cristie Williamson, Alec Lauber and Allie Linkmeyer.
Collins and Williamson are full-time employees with the bank, while Lauber and Linkmeyer are working there for the summer. All of the new tellers are considered to be floaters, so you may see them at a different location from time to time.
“It is an exciting time to be a part of The Friendship State Bank,” said Beth Schmaltz, Friendship’s Human Resources Manager. “We are glad to have each one of them to be a part of our team.”
Area brothers have fresh Web site
Herbert Brothers Entertainment has launched a new Web site (www.herbertbrothers.com) and logo.
Two brothers got their advertising start in this area. In 2009, Joe Herbert, then 33, Batesville, and Dave Herbert, 31, Morris, were one of five finalists in the “Crash the Super Bowl” contest, sponsored by Doritos. By becoming a finalist, the duo earned $25,000 and a trip to Tampa for Super Bowl XLIII. Doritos also awarded the pair a $1 million bonus for topping USA TODAY’s annual Ad Meter.
The company now also includes brothers Matt, Josh and Pete Herbert, according to the Web site.
FSB tellers receive certification
The Friendship State Bank announced that several tellers received certification or recertification as an Indiana Bankers Association Certified Teller.
The IBA Certified Teller Program is designed specifically for tellers and provides a means of personal and professional development.
The Friendship State Bank recognized Jan Bedel, Peggy Chapman, Donna Cuneo, Lafe Dobbs, Kim Foley, Karoline Green, Tina Henry, Donna Herbstreit, Joy Hill, Paulette Hillberg, Karin Johnson, Melanie Mobley, Margie Nickell, Rinda Reed, Shannon Rickett, Katie Sparks, Roxane Stewart, Lauren Wagner and Amy Whitney for their accomplishment.