​​​​​Recently honored TS Bank donates 100k to new sports complex
June 24, 2016

​​Vision Treynor Group Purchases Land for Family Recreation Complex
~January 11, 2013

Today, Vision Treynor Group announced it has purchased land for the development of the future Treynor Family Recreation Complex.

According to Travis Castle, president of Vision Treynor Group, the $600,000 purchase was made with funds from two sources.  The majority of the land acquisition was paid for with TS Bank’s initial $500,000 gift in support of the Family Recreation Complex.  The remaining funds were provided to Vision Treynor Group on a short term basis via the TS Bank Endowment Fund.

To view the entire press release with site layout pictures, please click here.

Treynor-area Family Recreation Complex Community Presentation
~September 17, 2012

A community presentation was given on Sunday, September 16th, to a group of about 100.  The powerpoint shown is attached here in PDF format for your convenience.  If you wish to answer the "Invitation to Action", please fill out the form on the Volunteer page.

VTG Announced HGM as Project Architect
~November 17, 2010

The Vision Treynor Group is excited to announce HGM Associates as its architectural/engineering firm for the proposed Family Aquatic Center/Sports Complex Facility.  Potential site evaluation, project scope management, specific needs assessment, conceptual designs as well as master plan development are the main objectives for HGM Associates in the coming months.
Pictured from left are Doug Wehring & Doug Klahn (VTG Board Members),  Dean Fajen (Project Manager for HGM), and Ron Tekippe (VP of HGM)
Vision Treynor Group began meeting formally in February of 2010, to serve as a self-sustaining organization that facilitates public and private projects which benefit the economic and social climate of Treynor and its surrounding area.  A feasibility needs survey was conducted in the Treynor area.  The response was overwhelmingly supportive for a Youth Sports Complex with walking trail, a Community Fitness Center, and a Family Aquatic Center.
Vision Treynor Group officers include: Travis Castle, President, Glen Fleming, Vice President/Secretary, Norm Collins, Treasurer.  The board members are Shelly Bailey, Jeff Carley, Kevin Elwood, Doug Klahn, Scott Reelfs, and Doug Wehring.
In June of 2010, TS Bank presented the group with a donation of $500,000 to kick-start the project.  This stimulated forward progress and much excitement within the community.
As this project moves forward, an official Capitol Campaign will be presented to the area businesses and residents.  However, if you would like to consider a 2010 tax deductible gift to the Vision Treynor Group (VTG), current donations can be made through the TSB Community Foundation (Tax ID No. 42-1486651) with reference to VTG.  Keep in mind that many employers will match your donations to non-profit organizations such as the VTG.  The VTG is currently applying for registration as a 501c(3) organization.
The Vision Treynor Group would like to take this time to thank the various community members who have assisted with the efforts thus far and look forward to others jumping on board in the coming months.

Sketch above shows where green space will be located

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TS Bank presented a $100,000 check to Vision Treynor Group for phase two of the community sports complex as part of TS Bank’s celebration for being the No. 1 ranked bank in the state of Iowa in two measures for similar banks. Pictured from left are Travis Castle, Vision Treynor Group president; Scott Reelfs, Vision Treynor Group board member and HGM Associates; Norm Collins, Vision Treynor Group treasurer; Doug Wehring, Vision Treynor Group board member; and Mick Guttau, TS Banking Group chairman

Stupfell said the $100,000 will further develop phase two of the sports complex: to build an access road and one or two grassy athletic fields. The first $50,000 will be an outright donation while the second portion of the $50,000 will be contributed as a matching gift challenge.

“We are completely thrilled by this gift and TS Bank’s generosity. We are beyond appreciative. We firmly believe that this will spur greater interest and a renewed spirit toward giving to the project in order to fully develop the property,” said Travis Castle, Vision Treynor Group President, in a press release.

TS Bank opened a new branch in Atlantic in December of 2015. A new Council Bluffs branch will open this fall

Employees at TS Bank have a reason to celebrate after the business was named a top-performing bank in the state among “C” Corporation banks for the seventh straight year. And this time around, they decided the best way to commemorate the honor was to give back to the Treynor community.

To celebrate its achievement, TS Bank has donated $100,000 to the Vision Treynor Group of Treynor for the community’s new sports complex. The donation will assist in the completion of phase two of construction. In addition, TS Bank is donating an extra $5,000 towards a splash pad that will be located in the Treynor East Park. “We felt giving back to the community was a great way to share the award,” said Kelsey Stupfell, client experience officer at TS Bank.

According to a press release, since 2009, TS Bank has ranked among the top 20 high-performing banks in the state and the nation.

“While we were excited to receive this award the first year, I think that the real mark of success comes from consecutive high rankings,” Joshua Guttau, TS Banking Group CEO, said in the release. “I feel this is a result of TS Bank continually working to push the status quo and engaging the community in that as well.”

Grading has Begun!

August 26, 2018

The Vision Treynor Group Board of Directors is excited to announce the construction of the Treynor Family Recreation Complex has begun!  When completed, we will have graded and seeded roughly 12-15 acres of green-space and installed a gravel parking lot, allowing us to begin hosting youth sports activities of all types at this public facility! 

Grading has begun and is slated to be finished by mid to late October, weather permitting.  Seeding the complex will either take place this fall or next spring depending on the forecasted temperatures at completion.

Take a look at the full story of our journey to this point in the Sunday, August 12th issue of the Daily Nonpareil. 

I you have any questions, contact Travis Castle, President of the Vision Treynor Group at tcastle@amfam.com