First Service Travelers

Travel Club Destinations

Join us on our next adventure as we travel by train from Van Buren to Winslow.

Join us on our next adventure as we travel by train from Van Buren to Winslow.

Join us on our next adventure as we travel by train from Van Buren to Winslow. This three-hour, 70 mile round trip excursion takes you through the ruggedly beautiful Boston Mountain range of the Ozark...

Savannah, Jekyll Island & Beaufort, SC

Savannah, Jekyll Island & Beaufort, SC

On March 29, 2020, our First Service Bank Travelers Club is taking a bus tour to Savannah, Jekyll Island & Beaufort, SC.The cost of this trip is $750* per person Double Occupancy, for 7 Days/6 NightsT...

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If you:

are 50 years of age or older

have $5,000 or more in deposits with First Service Bank

Have a First Service Bank checking account

First Service Travelers is designed for customers 50 years and older that have flexible schedules and enjoy travel, social events, and unique experiences. Our mission to identify and plan travel and experiences from local events to international trips that will be engaging and fun for all members.

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Meet Our Representatives

Ina Standridge

Ina Standridge

Travel Club Director
Marilyn Battles

Marilyn Battles

Asst. Travel Club Director

Travel Club News

Join us on our next adventure as we travel by train from Van Buren to Winslow.

Join us on our next adventure as we travel by train from Van Buren to Winslow. This three-hour, 70 mile round trip excursion takes you through the ruggedly beautiful Boston Mountain range of the Ozark...

Day trip to tour the garden home retreat of P Allen Smith at Moss Mountain Farm

Our First Service Travelers Club recently went on a day trip to tour the garden home retreat of P Allen Smith at Moss Mountain Farm. “It was a beautiful day and the gardens were amazing! Come and join...

Murry's Dinner Playhouse

Our First Service Travelers Club recently went on a day trip to see the play Sister Act at Murry's Dinner Playhouse. “It was a great day filled with laughter and fun! Come and join us on our next adve...

First Service Bank in Ireland

A group of our First Service Travelers just recently returned home from Ireland. “One of the most amazing trips I have have ever been on, filled with history, beautiful scenery and great friendship!”...

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Travel Club Newsletter

Spring 2019 Newsletter

Happy New Year to all of our current Travel Club members and future members. 2018 was a great year for us, and we anticipate that 2019 will be even better. In December, we celebrated with a customer a...

Winter 2018 Newsletter

Greetings to all of our  current Travel Club members and future members……If you are missing out on any of our activities and want to know how you can be a part of the fun, please don’t hesitate to get...

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Greetings to our First Service Travelers Club members and future members….Our First Service Travelers Club has gotten off to a wonderful start with tremendous interest.We encourage you to join the tra...

Summer 2018 Newsletter

I am very pleased to announce that First Service Bank has introduced a travel club, the First Service Travelers, that continues the mission of putting its customers “First.” First Service Travelers is...

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Travel Tips

Luggage

Luggage Per Guest1 checked item: 62" in length, height and width; weight not to exceed 23kg/50lbs1 carry-on item: maximum measurements of 17" x 12" x 10"Please consult with your scheduled airline as l...

Shades of Ireland: Electricity

Electricity in IrelandWhat kind of converters do you need?The US uses types A and B electrical outlets with a standardized voltage of 120 V and frequency of 50 Hz. Since sockets in Ireland are type G...

Travelers Club Tips: Electricity

The US uses types A and B electrical outlets with a standardized voltage of 120 V and frequency of 50 Hz. An adaptor (which changes the physical plug) and/or converter (which changes the electric curr...

Shades of Ireland: Arrival Day Suggestions

If you have some extra time before your tour begins to explore Dublin, you'll find plenty to do! A good public bus service allows you to easily make your way around, or perhaps hop on a double-decker...

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