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2013 Grant Awardees

I.J. Burich Foundation

Congratulations to the 2013 Grant Awardees!

I.J. Burich Family Foundation Awardees:

  • Hutchinson Health Care Foundation, Harmony River Sr. Care Facility
  • Cub Scout Pack #236, new track for Pinewood Derby
  • McLeod County Historical Society, media equipment and printing of history books
  • United Way of McLeod County, Dolly Parton Imagination Library project
  • Hutchinson Chamber Leadership Institute, fishing-pier on Crow River
  • McLeod County Food Shelf, purchase freezer

Burich Foundation

  • ISD #423 Business Professionals of America, National BPA Conference
  • Veterans Memorial Park of McLeod County, placement of helicopter in Veterans Park
  • Crow River Drumline Association, pit equipment and trailer repair

 

 

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Monday, February 17th

Presidents Day Closed

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Wherever you go, take CB with you!

wherever you go take cb with you

Wherever you go, take CB with you. Whether you’re on vacation, at a ball game, or headed to college. Mobile Banking, Online Banking and CB Check Cards give you the convenience of being able to bank with Citizens Bank from anywhere!

If you have a cell phone you can sign up for CB Mobile Banking. You’ll be able to do many banking functions from wherever you get a cell signal! You can get your balances, transfer money, pay bills, and find ATMs. With CB Mobile Banking, you’ll get the fastest and easiest way to do your banking, which is also safe and secure. You can take advantage of Text Banking, Mobile Web Banking, and even a Smart Phone App!

CB Online gives you the convenience of accessing your accounts from anywhere at any time. Online banking is free with your CB account. You will be able to view your account balance, view current transactions, transfer funds between CB accounts, view and print previous statements, view check images, download transactions into your financial software and pay bills!

Your CB Check Card works like a check – only it’s easier, faster and more convenient than writing a check. It helps you get cash at ATMs, and you can use it at any merchant that accepts VISA debit cards. Your CB Check Card looks like a credit card but works like your check because the purchase amount is automatically deducted from your checking account. You also have the option to add your photo to the card for additional security at no extra cost. No need to show multiple forms of identification! With a CB Check Card your purchases will be easier, faster and more convenient. You’ll also save money because you’ll have fewer checks to order and you’ll receive a detailed list of every transaction on your monthly checking account statement.

If you are interested in any of these products, contact a Personal Banker today at (320) 587-2233!

     

 

 

 

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February Facebook Like-a-thon

Our Facebook Like-a-thon recipient for February is the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. They have provided assistance to those affected by domestic violence since 1992. Their services are free and confidential. They provide service for children, men and women in McLeod County. Their mission statement is: To support and promote the elimination of relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. 

Their services include a 24 Hour Crisis Line Support, safety planning, support groups, and much more. From October, 2011 to September 2012, MAVDV, Inc. served 265 victims of domestic violence. 168 of these were new clients, 18 were men and 3 were teens. They also provided legal advocacy to clients 483 times and housed 15 persons in emergency safe housing and provided transportation. 

Their 18th annual “Strike Out The Violence” Bowl-a-thon is February 15, 2014. If you are interested in participating, contact McLeod Alliance at (320) 234-7933 and ask for Glynis. If you’d like more information on ways you can give, go to their website at http://www.mcleodalliance.org/.

Facebook like-a-thon McLeod Aliiance

 

 

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