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Mason City (641)423-1600 Change Location

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2601 4th Street SW
Mason City, IA 50401

Tel. (641)423-1600

Monday-Thursday: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 12:00pm
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    300 North Main Street
    Charles City, IA 50616

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    315 Central Avenue East
    Clarion, IA 50525

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    220 North Main Street
    Kanawha, IA 50447

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    119 North Akir Street
    Latimer, IA 50452

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    33 East State Street
    Mason City, IA 50401

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    2601 4th Street SW
    Mason City, IA 50401

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    730 Forest Ave East
    Mora, MN 55051

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    124 West Main Street
    New Hampton, IA 50659

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    501 Main Street
    Osage, IA 50461

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Let's have some PLANE FUN!

Do you know how to make a paper airplane?

During this time of social distancing and being at home, it's the perfect time to make a paper airplane and fly it around your house! You're welcome parents.

Take a photo or video of your paper airplane and post it on our Facebook page using


Paper Airplane Templates:

Coloring Time!

Click an image to download the PDF to print and color. Coloring is a good way for children to show their creativity.


Begin the path toward a child's financial future!

Account details and club features:

  • Minimum Opening Deposit: $5.00
  • Interest is paid on the daily collected balance. Compounded and paid quarterly.
  • Quarterly statements* 
  • No monthly service charge
  • Exclusive Power Saver events for kids ages 14 and under (movies, pool parties and more!)
  • Special drawings
  • Account opening gift**
  • Birthday gift**
  • Check-It-Out books that encourage kids to read
  • FUN Printable Coloring Pages

*Savings accounts receive quarterly statements unless there are electronic transfers, then monthly statements will be received.
**Gifts are valued at less than $10.00 each.

Interested in opening an account?
This account must be opened in person by an adult over the age of 18 (such as a parent, grandparent, guardian, aunt or uncle).

Contact us or stop in to any of our bank location for more information.


Meet Our Mascots

Benny Bio

“I like to read, play games, build and invent things. I often drive Nickelette crazy at times with my jokes. She’ll laugh even if she doesn’t think they’re funny because she’s my best friend. Together we’re an unbeatable team!”

Benny is a co-leader of the First Citizens Power Saver Club. He is named after one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the man on the $100 bill, Benjamin Franklin. Like Benjamin Franklin, Benny likes science, inventing things, and reading. He is always trying new and fun things and looks for ways to help out in the community. Benny tries to save his money but with the cost of things for his experiments he is not always the best at saving! He’ll keep trying though and with the help of his best friend, Nickelette, he’s sure to succeed! 

picture of benny the mascot

Nickelette Bio

“I LOVE nickels! I believe that nickels are the most unappreciated coin we have. Think about it. It has more value than a penny, more substance than a dime, and they can add up so FAST! You’ll often find me passing out nickels in the hopes that people will come to appreciate them as much as I do.”

Nickelette is a co-leader of the First Citizens Power Saver Club. She likes to say she is named after her favorite coin, the nickel. Nickelette is a thinker and planner. She comes up with a lot of the ideas for the club that she and Benny, her co-leader, like to do with their members. 

Nickelette is an avid saver. She saves almost all the money she earns or gets for gifts. She has a plan and sticks to it. If you ask her, Nickelette would tell you that girls are just better at saving than boys, while her best friend Benny would say that boys are better. Nickelette encourages all kids to be POWER SAVERS like her and Benny!

picture of nickelette the mascot

Check-It-Out Books Program

Since 1995, First Citizens has been donating books to area schools, libraries, and daycare centers for children to read. A few new books are chosen each fall, with reading levels from preschool to grade school.

Last year's theme was bravery. 

Books being donated are:
        Pete's Grand Plan                                 Florence the Cheerful Frog                The Jamie Drake Equation
 By Kim Riley-Quinn                                         By Rachel & Kamden Smith                     By Christopher Edge

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