Locally owned Home Federal Bank continues its tradition of community support by sponsoring the Knoxville Museum of Art’s free admission throughout the month of July.
Gerdau recently donated $2,000 to support the YWCA Knoxville Victim Advocacy Program, which provides lifesaving services for victims of domestic violence through advocacy, innovative programming and community outreach and education.
Messer Construction Co. recently named project engineer Gary Broughton its Knoxville 2013 Community Service Award recipient.
On Tuesday, May 20, steel recycler Gerdau presented new bicycles and safety helmets to 12 Lonsdale Elementary School students – a girl and a boy from each grade – in recognition of their outstanding attendance during the 2013-14 school year.
Home Federal Bank named Robert Ellis a 2014 Hometown Hero and presented a check for $2,500 in his name to Light Mission Pentecostal Church at a ceremony at the Home Federal Bank downtown Knoxville headquarters on Friday, May 16.
Messer Construction Co. is pleased to announce the promotions of Allen Begley to senior vice president and John Blum to senior project executive.
Six sculptures created by University of Tennessee art students and incorporating scrap materials provided by steel recycler Gerdau were unveiled April 29.
The Arbor Day Foundation has once again designated KUB as a Tree Line USA® utility.
For the 88th consecutive quarter, Home Federal Bank has earned the BauerFinancial Five-Star stability rating, the highest possible rating. This five-star rating is shared by fewer than 10 percent of the nation’s banks.
A springtime tradition returns to downtown Knoxville as Home Federal Bank presents Symphony on the Square, a free concert by the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra.