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Riverview Bank turns 100

Bank celebrates long history in Clark County, focuses on community

By , Columbian staff writer
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Riverview Bank employees Faith Salyers, left, and Molly Helige test their luck during a game of cornhole while celebrating the 100th anniversary of the bank in Camas on Friday afternoon.
Riverview Bank employees Faith Salyers, left, and Molly Helige test their luck during a game of cornhole while celebrating the 100th anniversary of the bank in Camas on Friday afternoon. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Riverview Bank, Clark County’s hometown for-profit financial institution, is officially a centenarian.

According to a statement from the company, Riverview was started by a handful of community-minded people who wanted to bank locally and have access to mortgages. These founders believed that homeownership created a stronger sense of community.

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