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Joyce Laing Celebrates 35 Years with Citizens Bank and Trust

35Please help us congratulate Joyce Laing, as she is celebrating 35 years with Citizens Bank. Joyce has worked in the installment loan department and the IRA department during her tenure here.

She has accumulated many memories throughout the years. Some of her memories include technological advances starting with a courier system and manually typing loan documents. Next came the first computer, followed by computer-generated documents. Joyce has been with us through several remodeling projects and two generations of bank customers; Joyce loves meeting the children of the customers she has worked with in the past.

Joyce and her husband enjoy cheering on their two teenage grandchildren at their many sporting events. They enjoy watching hockey, soccer, baseball, and tennis as often as possible.

It’s with sincere appreciation that we want to thank Joyce for her 35 years with Citizens Bank and Trust.

 

Carol Stark is Celebrating Her 35th Anniversary at Citizens Bank and Trust!

CarolCarol is Vice President of the Real Estate department of Citizens Bank. Carol values the opportunity to meet new people and help them through the process of what may be one of the biggest purchases of their lifetime. She also enjoys seeing familiar faces. “I appreciate when people come back for their next purchase or refinance,” says Carol.

Carol and her husband Brian have two adult children, Arlen and Jackie. Jackie is married to their son-in-law Scott Mackenthun. “Our new love of our life is our granddaughter, Quinn.” In her free time, Carol enjoys being a grandmother to Quinn and riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle.

Please join us in thanking Carol for her 35 years of service to Citizens Bank and Trust on July 3rd!

 

Congratulations to Jettie Smith on 5 Years with Citizens Bank and Trust

Jettie SmithJettie Smith has been with Citizens Bank and Trust for five years and enjoys working at all three Citizens Bank locations in Hutchinson: Main Bank, Auto Bank, and South Bank. Jettie is a Senior Teller and joined our team on June 30, 2008.

Jettie’s most important job is being mom to Carter, age eight and Owen, age six. Together, they enjoy spending time with family and friends, reading, going for walks, and grilling out. They also look forward to swimming at the lake, playing family games, having bonfires, renting movies, and traveling. One of their favorite travel destinations is Duluth.

Please join us in thanking Jettie for her five years of service at Citizens Bank and Trust.

 

Zumbathon for Relay for Life

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On Saturday, June 29th from 9-11am, the McLeod County Fairgrounds will come alive with energetic dance music and laughter. The Relay for Life team “From Penny’s to Dollars” is organizing a Zumbathon to help raise money for the American Cancer Society. For two straight hours, participants will be led by a certified Zumba instructor through a series of fun dance routines under the outdoor Pavilion.

“For our Relay for Life team, this is our first Zumbathon,” says organizer Beth Todd. “We have been raising funds for the American Cancer Society for nine years now, and our team does many fundraisers. Each year we strive to try new and exciting ways to raise money.”

While the Zumbathon is certainly a creative way to raise money, many people are excited for the event. With gift bags for the first 50 ticket holders, water donated by Tri-County Water, and an extended forecast that is exemplary, the Zumbathon has one additional benefit; participants can expect to burn between 800-1,000 calories per hour! Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 the day of the event. You can get more information and find friends who are planning to attend the Zumbathon, by visiting the Zumbathon Event on Facebook.

 

The Best and Worst of Facebook for Business

Jessi Wendland, Nancy Witte and Mandy Baldry attended April’s Social Media Breakfast. Beth Gasser, from Vivid Image, was the presenter and spoke about the best and worst of Facebook for business. She started out with her top ten Facebook marketing mistakes. Some mistakes included not using Facebook personally, using a personal profile as a business page and not having a Facebook icon or link on your website for your customers to find your page. The last half of the presentation focused on Facebook features that every fan page administrator should know. She showed us how you can click on the “reply” button directly following a comment, co-host events and how to let Facebook recommend your page.

 This month’s presentation was very informative for CB&T’s Facebook administrators. Have you “liked” CB&T’s Facebook page? Go to our home page and click on the “Connect With Us on Facebook” and it will bring you to our FB page.

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$10 Gift Certificate to Dundee Nursery!

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Free $10 Gift Certificate

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The Theater, The Theater…

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Thanks to Our Facebook Community!!

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