Welcome Aboard Travel Club

We "bank" on having a good time!

Each year, the Welcome Aboard Club takes fun trips around Iowa, the Midwest and even overseas!  The ability to travel with the club at great prices is a benefit for our valued bank customers. Traveling as a group can be economical, relaxing and the fun way to go!  Check back often to see what we're cooking up next!

Since Security Savings Bank’s travel club, Welcome Aboard Club, isn’t traveling right now,
we’ve decided to have some fun and travel the world virtually for 10 days.

These will be places that we have traveled over the past 20 years.

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 DAY 1:  Sydney, Austrailia
DAY 2:  Santorini, Greece
  DAY 3:  South Africa
DAY 4:  Kauai, Hawaii
DAY 5: Norway
DAY 6:  Budapest, Hungary
DAY 7:  Dubai
DAY 8:  ?????
DAY 9:  ?????
DAY 10:  ?????



Upcoming Trips

 Welcome Aboard Trips 2020


Information About Past Trips:

2020 Egypt Trip

 Egypt 2020

2019 Greece Trip

Greece 2019

2018 Mystery Trip

Photo from Mystery Trip 2018

2018 Africa Trip

Photo from Africa Trip 2018

2018 New England Trip

Photo from New England Trip 2018

For more information on the Welcome Aboard Club or any of our upcoming trips, please contact:  

Renae Lane at 515-351-2096 or through the bank if you need reservations or have any questions regarding any of our trips.

Contact Renae Lane

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