The State Bank of Sleepy Eye founded by F.H. Dyckman, Silas D. Scudder and Hans Mo is chartered. It is the first bank in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota.
The State Bank of Sleepy Eye moves into "the most impressive building designed for banking purposes" in central Minnesota. The new building boasts Italian Marble, African mahogany woodwork, Roman terrazzo floors and a public restroom. This building still stands in downtown Sleepy Eye.
Following discussions that began at the kitchen table, Bob Dittrich and Ray Bentdahl purchase controlling interest of the State Bank of Sleepy Eye.
The bank's name is changed to Americana Bank Sleepy Eye and moves into a new modern bank building complete with drive-up lanes.
Bob Dittrich becomes sole owner of Americana Bank Sleepy Eye.
Americana Bank purchases a bank in Medford, MN and adds it as a new branch office. The name is changed to Americana Bank Medford.
The Bank's name is changed to Americana Community Bank when approval is received to open in Chanhassen.
Americana Community Bank builds and opens a new branch office in Chanhassen.
Americana Community Bank opens two new branch offices. In January, an office is opened in Minnetonka. In October, a newly constructed office opens in Maple Grove.
The Chanhassen branch is relocated "across the railroad tracks." Senior Management and Administration offices are housed above the new branch.
Adam Dittrich is promoted to President and CEO of Americana Community Bank.
A new ATM, wrapped to honor the late musician, Prince Rogers Nelson, is unveiled outside the Chanhassen branch.