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Who’s Been Your Favorite RiverSong Performer?

RiverSong 2015

With RiverSong Music Festival in its 7th year, thousands of people have flocked to Hutchinson over the years to take in renown artists and bands. Ask any RiverSong enthusiast, and we’re certain he or she will have picked a few favorites!

This year’s line-up of performers will be memorable. To help you find a few performances to look forward to, the RiverSong volunteers have likened a few bands to some memorable ones from years past. Take a listen!

If you liked Cory Chisel, you’re going to love Honey, Honey
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3YmaADISlo

If you liked Peter Yarrow, don’t miss Janis Ian
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zw7Esd9C_yA&feature=youtu.be

If you liked Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, don’t miss Legendary Shack Shakers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AUuecK-GTo

Citizens Bank and Trust is a proud sponsor of RiverSong Music Festival. If you haven’t attended RiverSong in the past, we highly recommend you check it out! You can purchase tickets here: http://www.riversongfestival.org/tickets/purchase-tickets

Sponsor for RiverSong Festival

Citizens Bank is a Sponsor of the 7th Annual RiverSong Festival to be held in Hutchinson’s West River Park on July 17 & 18. This celebration of grassroots music features artists and bands from all over the country. Multiple stages will showcase performances of folk, blues, roots, acoustic jazz, celtic and more! Information is
available at www.riversongfestival.org.

RiverSong Festival

Does Your Non-Profit Organization Need Funding?

Does your non-profit organization need funding? Contact our Foundation!

Mission Statement

The I. J. Burich Family Foundation is committed to making grants to qualified non-profit
organizations within the City of Hutchinson and the County of McLeod that
help to enhance and improve the quality of life.

Our preferred focus is on children, the elderly and other at-risk
populations by providing grants for education, the arts, historic
preservation and public service.

FoundationFor more information, contact Connie Lambert at ConnieL@cbhutch.com
or 320-234-0620.

CB E-Checking Account

Did you just start your first summer job? Graduating from high school? Now is a great time to open your first checking account at Citizens Bank & Trust!

CB E-checking is a great checking account to start with. The account has no monthly minimum balance to maintain and gives you all the convenient services you’ll need.

To open a new checking account, you may stop by our Main Street or South location. You’ll need to bring a parent or guardian with you if you are under the age of 18. Also, bring your driver’s license or MN ID card and social security number. You will be asked other questions, like your cell phone number and your mother’s maiden name. The Bank will need to verify your ID information and can continue the opening process if everything is approved.

Your deposit to open the account needs to be $50 or more. Please allow 30-45 minutes to open an account so the Customer Service Representative is able to answer your questions, help you with CB Online Banking, e-statements and mobile banking.

Stop by and see Cindy, Laurie, Lori or Steph. They will be happy to open your first account with Citizens Bank & Trust.

 

Mayor Forcier Declares Random Acts of Kindness Day

May 1st has been declared by Mayor Forcier as Random Acts of Kindness day for Hutchinson! As part of the Hutchinson Leadership Institute, one of the small groups in which CB&T employee, Deb Froemming, is a part of, worked to achieve this annual day. Following are parts of the Proclamation:

Whereas, the Random Acts of Kindness group, as part of the Hutchinson Leadership Institute, has set out to spread goodwill throughout the city of Hutchinson.

Whereas, it has been noted the Random Acts of Kindness promote a healthy life, by improving overall disposition for both the giver and receiver.

Whereas, the Random Acts of Kindness group believe that people of all ages, young to old, can help to make a better world by doing something nice for someone else.

Whereas, the goal for this proclaimed date is to encourage a Pay It Forward exponential response. For each Random Act of Kindness received, the hope is that the recipient will in turn do several random acts, as so on.

You may have seen the Random Acts of Kindness group’s first project, the “Scarf Project”, in February, when they tied scarves around trees in Library Square. They attached a note saying “I am not lost! If you’re stuck out in the cold take this scarf to keep warm!” Their goal was to let someone know that they are thought of and to hopefully provide some warmth to someone in need. We look forward to seeing the group’s next project and hope that it catches on in Hutchinson and more groups or individuals do Random Acts of Kindness. Not just on May 1st, but every day.Random Acts of Kindness Hutchinson Leadership Group Random Acts of Kindness group: Shari Graf, Tracy Nielsen, Deb Froemming, Laurie Gelschus, and Jill Borg

Don’t Miss Our Holiday Open House!

Holiday Open House

We Need Your Food Shelf Donations!

Foodshelf

We Need Your Vote!

Stop by our Main Street location and vote for our snowman “Blinded by the Light” December 1st – 5th!

snowman contest

Support the Hutchinson Reach Team!

Help support the Hutchinson Reach Team and “like” our FB page by October 31, 2014! One “like” = $2 for this great program.

Hutch Reach Team

Spooky Sprint

The 5th Annual Spooky Sprint will be held at Hutchinson’s Library Square on Saturday, October 25th. Citizens Bank will again be a sponsor for this event. All proceeds from the event go towards the Hutchinson School District Reach Team. If you would like to participate in this fun event or want any other details, please go to their website at www.spookysprint.org.

 

 

Spooky Sprint