HomeTown Bank is a proud participant of the Minnesota Banker’s Association Community Impact Month. Our HomeTown Bank locations will be setting aside time to participate in one or more community service activities during the month of September. Being that we value giving back to the communities we serve, we are excited to participate every year!
Cleveland School District: Painting the baseball dugouts.
Jordan School District: Painting the baseball dugouts.
City of Olivia: Cleaning up around the city pond and park.
Olivia School District: Reading books about finances and community service in the classrooms.
Olivia Food Shelf: Helping to organize, pack and distribute meals at the food shelf.
Second Harvest Heartland: Helping distribute food with the Fresh Produce Program.
Main Street Henderson Light Poles: Repairing and restringing the holiday garland/lights for the city lights.
Le Sueur Food Shelf: Helping to fill orders and stock shelves.
Meals on Wheels: Delivering meals to individuals who are unable to purchase or prepare their own meals.
Ruby’s Pantry: Help set up and distribute food at a low cost to individuals.
CAP Agency: Helping with the food shelf and thrift shop.
Waconia School District: Reading books about finances and community service in the classrooms.
“HomeTown Bank was pleased to have a team in all nine communities we serve to participate in the Community Bank Impact project during the month of September. The staff looks forward to this event each year and it represents just one small part of what we do to support our communities during the course of the year.” – Tim Grabow, President & CEO of HomeTown Bank
Learn more about the Minnesota Banker’s Association’s Community Impact month here!