Community Bank celebrates the good life with anyone at least 65 years young with our Emerald Club banking. More than a banking opportunity, the Emerald Club is a community-minded travel club with trips to places throughout the local area, country, and abroad. Stop by any Community Bank location to establish your Emerald Club account today!

Details
  • For Individuals 65 years of age or greater and with combined deposits of $5,000 (accounts opened online may not qualify for Emerald Club benefits)
  • Free personalized Emerald Club style checks (1 box at a time)
  • Free 3x5 safe deposit box (when available) or $15 off a larger box
  • Monthly meetings including speakers on various topics of interest
  • Various social events throughout the year
  • Numerous travel opportunities (locally, within the state, nationally, and internationally)
  • Free trust and investment services consultations
  • Fax services available at no charge
  • The Raymore Emerald Club Forum Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of each month @ 10:00 a.m. at the Raymore location.

Learn More

For more information, please contact: Barbara Long (816-265-6926) or email: blong@cbronline.net.*

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Pictured above are Emerald Club Directors Lorie and Barbara

Trips

2019 COMMUNITY TRAVEL TRIPS

3/27 Crown Center – Nelly Don Musical • Hallmark Visitor’s Center • Lunch • Coach Bus
(DAY TRIP) • Shopping (approximate price per person $80)
TOUR PACING: Level 2 (Average Physical Activity)

5/02 Tour some of the history of Independence,
(DAY TRIP) Missouri by covered wagon
(including Bingham–Waggoner Estate and the Jail)
& enjoy a good old fashion wagon lunch
Coach bus. (approximate price per person $85)
TOUR PACING: Level 2 (Average Physical Activity)


7/31 – 8/02 • Abilene, Kansas: Staying at Holiday Inn Express
dining at Mr. K’s Farmhouse Restaurant (Ike’s Favorite),
Smokey Valley Railroad with lunch in the dining car.
• Eisenhower Presidential Library • Seeley Mansion
• Brookville Hotel Restaurant • Shopping Time Downtown
• Coach Bus
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS – (approximately $374.50 per person)
TOUR PACING: Level 3 (Moderate Physical Activity)


10/22 – 10/25 • Ark Encounter: Coach bus to Williamstown where
we’ll be lodging at the Holiday Inn. Breakfast buffet
at the Hotel.
• Touring the Ark and lunch at Emzara’s Kitchen
at the Ark. For dinner, we’ll be entertained as we
dine on a riverboat dinner cruise that evening.
• We’ll travel to Hofbraus Newport, Kentucky & enjoy a German dinner with
entertainment after touring the Dream Chase Farm for retired horses in Lexington.
3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS – (approximately $600 per person)
TOUR PACING: Level 4 (Extended Physical Activity)


11/22 Kauffman Center – Show, Dinner & Lights
(DAY TRIP) (pricing to be determined when show
listing becomes available.)
TOUR PACING: Level 1 (Leisurely)

GENERAL INFORMATION / TOUR PACING
Some of our travel experiences are more strenuous or physically demanding than others. To help you decide which
opportunities are most appropriate for you, we’ve added an activity level for each trip, as described below.
LEVEL 1 (Leisurely): A very leisurely pace with minimal physical activity, which might consist of climbing some stairs,
boarding a motor coach, and/or walking to and from activities.
LEVEL 2 (Average Physical Activity): Recommended only if you are in good health and able to climb stairs and walk
reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground.
LEVEL 3 (Moderate Physical Activity): Involves longer periods of average activity; could include walking tours,
walking longer distances, using stairs, and/or walking on uneven surfaces
LEVEL 4 (Extended Physical Activity): Participants should be able to endure longer walking tours, walking over uneven
terrain, climbing stairs, and periods of standing. Some tours may be longer and could take place later in the evening.
LEVEL 5 (Very Active): Participants should be physically fit to fully enjoy all activities. The itinerary may include more strenuous
activities, as well as other factors like high altitudes, early morning departures, late night activities, uneven or dusty terrain, and/or
extreme temperatures. Tours in this category are likely not appropriate for individuals who use either walkers or wheelchairs.
– Please note that the same conditions may not apply to every activity or an overnight trip, so please read the
itinerary carefully and speak to one of our coordinators if you need more information. lf a particular trip is
not suited for you, a Community Travel Coordinator can help you select one that is.

Call Lorie Easton or Barbara Long for pricing and details 816-322-2100. 

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Group visiting the chapel on the College of the Ozarks campus April 24th.

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