If you have a lot of documents with private information on them that are no longer needed, First Central State Bank is holding multiple shredding events in and around the Quad Cities area in April.

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Do you have tax documents, bills, or other papers with private information on them that are no longer needed? Good news for you then! First Central State Bank is holding two, free document shredding events at the end of April.

First Central State Bank, based out of DeWitt, announced on Monday that they are hold two document shredding events. The first document shredding event is for those that are closer to the Quad Cities metro area. The first event is happening on Friday, April 23rd for their DeWitt, Eldridge and LeClaire branches.

On Friday, April 23rd, these are the times that you can stop at those three branches to have important, private documents shredded:

  • 8-10 a.m. -- DeWitt location, 914 6th Ave.
  • 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. -- Eldridge location, 500 E. LeClaire Road
  • 2-4 p.m. -- LeClaire location, 1291 Eagle Ridge Road

The second free document shredding event will take place on Friday, April 30th for their locations in the Gateway area. These will be for their branches in Goose Lake and Clinton.

On Friday, April 30th, these are the times that you can stop at those three branches to have important, private documents shredded:

  • 9-11 a.m. -- Goose Lake location, 223 Main St.
  • Noon - 2 p.m. -- Clinton - Lincoln Way location, 2600 Lincoln Way

More details about the two separate, free document shredding events can be found on First Central State Bank's Facebook page.

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